Engagement Rings

Protea Princess

Our signature Protea design set with a princess cut diamond.

Protea Trilogy

The three diamonds represent your past, your present and your future. The centre diamond is the largest and most important because it represents the present, the only moment which is in our control.


Truly angelic, this design is both a celebration of light and brilliance, A halo of diamonds surround the centre stone under which rests the Browns Guardian Angel – a messenger of love and a constant reminder that someone loves you. No halo is complete without an angel.

Queen of My Heart

This design is for the hopeless romantic, the ultimate token of a lover’s devotion. It incorporates a six-claw setting that forms a crown resting on a heart, hence the name The Queen of My Heart.


Named 1934 in celebration of our heritage this vintage inspired engagement ring is a tribute to 80 years of fine craftsmanship.

Loves Embrace

“The strength of a man isn’t seen in the power of his arms, it’s in the love with which he embraces a woman.”

Protea Pave

The Browns Protea Setting considers both function and form. A pave or pavé (pronounced pah-vay) setting is a stone setting in which multiple small stones are set close together and very close to the surface of a piece of jewellery, making it look like the jewellery has been paved in gemstones.

Fancy Shaped Diamonds

Fancy shape diamonds are for the woman who’s looking for something different. Fancy Shaped Diamonds can be set as a classic solitaire or surrounded by a halo of diamonds to maximise brilliance and fire.


“At a time when true love was forever, this collection was inspired by the love story of our founder and grandpa, Jack.”

My True North

You don’t find love, it finds you. It’s got a little bit to do with destiny, Fate and what’s written in the stars.” -Anais Nin


‘The proof of gold is fire; the proof of a woman, gold; and the proof of a man, a woman.”– Benjamin Franklin


Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope. – Maya Angelou