Max Strauss 1.01CT TW "Bouquet" Engagement Ring

# REBHS150 In Stock

Max Strauss 1.01CT TW "Bouquet" Engagement Ring

Max Strauss 1.01CT TW "Bouquet" Engagement Ring

# REBHS150 In Stock

This Bouquet® by Max Strauss engagement ring is an impeccably engineered setting of a single diamond encircled by nine others, creating the unmistakable look of a single brilliant-cut diamond up to three times the carat weight. The sparkle of a Bouquet® by Max Strauss piece is unlike any other.

The centre setting of this ring has the “LOOK” of a 1.50ct diamond.

$5,100

Product Details

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Total Carat Weight: 1.01CT

Name 1.01CT TW "Bouquet" Engagement Ring
Stock Number REBHS150
Department Bridal & Engagement
Type Engagement Ring
Sub Type Halo Engagement Ring
Collection Ladies Rings
Materials 14K Gold , White Gold

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Herbin Jewellers Max Strauss
Max Strauss

Max Strauss (1841 - 1903) was one of the two founding fathers of Backes and Strauss. With roots dating from 1789, Backes and Strauss is the oldest diamond company in the world. By the early 19th century, Georg Carl Backes was a successful goldsmith in the city of Hanau, Germany. During this time, his company (originally named Backes & Co.) had become so successful that he sent his twenty-four year old son Johann Franz to London, England to open a new office. After Georg Carl's death in 1819, his son continued trading and the manufacturing of diamonds and jewellery. Examples were shown at London's Great Exhibition in 1851 and two pages of its official catalogue were devoted to illustrations of J.F. Backes's jewellery. By then, Johann had been joined in the business by his sons, Charles and William and in 1856, the company employed an office boy by the name of Max Strauss. Ten years later he was promoted to the position of Town Traveller and Agent and fifteen years later, Max Strauss was managing J.F. Backes & Co.. In 1873, the company began trading as 'Backes & Strauss'. Jewellery manufacturing activities in Britain started in 1877 with the ...