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Valentine's Day Proposal Ideas

November 26, 2015

When you are proposing on Valentine's Day, it's not a regular proposal. The location is usually somewhere you're very familiar with already, often somewhere fancy  or somewhere special to you both. There are other differences too – the biggest is often the element of surprise!

At Bloomsbury Manor, we think that there is a golden triangle of gifts that should make your Valentine's Day proposal go very smoothly indeed. Whether you've bought a Tiffany & Co. or Cartier Engagement ring from us or anywhere else for that matter we think there are two essential little extras...

1. Champagne

As you might expect, we're not in to generic; we know exactly which one is best, of course!  Rosé is just what is needed, and you cannot go wrong with Charles Heidsieck's 1999 Rosé Millésimé. Toasty, mellow, rich just like you perhaps? Either way, it's a wonderful celebratory drink for you both to share.

 

2. Chocolates

Truffles no less, but not from your local supermarket! These truffles, made by distinguished chocolatier Michel Cluizel, are undoubtedly the finest we have found. Rich smooth ganache, with a dusting of cocoa powder.

3. The ring!

For that you can choose any one of our pre-owned Tiffany & Co, Cartier or Vintage & Art Deco engagement rings.
How about this unusual Vintage Tiffany & Co. 0.90ct 3-stone ring?
Vintage Tiffany & Co. 0.90ct 3s-stone Diamond Engagement Ring
How about this lovely 0.92ct Lucida?

 

 






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