Top of the morning to you, folks. Today we are bringing you bling, bling and more bling, from some of our faves over at Grew & Co. They are one of the best of the best and we not only work with them on bringing you the captures of their latest collections but with their rings in real life, too, so we promise when we say they are quality, delicious diamonds, you can trust that they are just that.

Recently releasing a mix of rings featuring champagne diamonds and gemstones that can cause near traffic jams when you get lost in their sparkle (just us?), they gently nod in the direction of the art deco era while remaining modern and on-trend. How? The fresh take is thanks to the design, metals, size, shape and shoulder detail, as well as the band they boast and there really is no other label like it. Just take the Ottilie 2.04 (above) for example. There are over two carats of white diamond right there with clusters on either side. Can. You. Deal? Not to mention the heavenly wedding band you didn’t know you needed to pair it with.

Not your vibe? No sweat, you’re still in the right place for single-strand, with Grew & Co’s same signature sparkle in the stack you’ll see below. The impact of the stack is as underrated as the bands worn alone, so don’t discount them until you try them. If you want to see their designs in situ, you’ll find them on models in our editorial shoots here and here and in our last handy accessories round-up of 20 Jewellery Designers To Follow On Instagram. Don’t just take our word for it, though. If you are keen to hear what real couples think of their gems on the regular, you can also head on over to their Directory listing with us here and scroll down. You’ll find all of the published weddings featuring these luxe pieces at the bottom and have hours of inspo at your fingertips.

Grew & Co have a space in Sydney and Melbourne where you can become part of the bespoke process or simply add to cart online (we’ve done links below, of course) so get to it, people. Things to note – the point system in the ring details is referring to carats. You’re welcome.

Luna Champagne 3.04 [Left], from $29400, Grew & Co & Hedy Champagne 2.72, from $17690, Grew & Co.
Quick Stats: Both the trapezoid and the baguette shoulders draw your eyes into focusing on the phenom, emerald cut centre stone.

Icicle Large, from $5700, Grew & Co.
Quick Stats: A mix of mind-blowing diamonds in different shapes and cuts to sparkle like crazy alone or along with your engagement ring.

Blake Marquise 1.01, from $9100, Grew & Co.
Quick Stats: A step-style band leads up to this exquisite marquise cut bling, in a bezel setting, no less.

Hedy Grey Spinal 2.44, from $10950, Grew & Co.
Quick Stats: An emerald cut centre stone that throws more grey on the hand than in this shot, surrounded by delish white diamonds.

Tia 1.21 [Left], from $7600, Grew & Co. Tia Parti 1.15 [Middle], from $6875, Grew & Co. Tia Ceylon Sapphire [Right], from $10970, Grew & Co.
Quick Stats: Classic in design and shape, three brilliant cut diamonds [left] plus two paired with jewel-toned sapphires give these a unique twist.

Half Moon Band [Top], from $4090, Grew & Co. Perry, from $3750, Grew & Co. Ora, from $3450, Grew & Co. Frahn Mini, from $3600, Grew & Co. Stardust Diamond, from $2500, Grew & Co, Nina Straight [Bottom], from $4100, Grew &Co.
Quick Stats: For a different take on wedding bands, stack for style cred, wear alone for fine jewellery at its erm, finest, or stick with tradition and pair with your engagement ring bling.

Hallie 1.01, from $18430, Grew & Co.
Quick Stats: An oversized (in the very best way), cushion, scissor cut (facet details), four claw solitaire. Yes please. All day, every day.