Fairfax & Roberts recently was featured in The Sydney Morning Herald and this is just a part of the article, you can find the link for the full article below. Big stones and bold colours: How celebrities are influencing engagement rings Georgina Brujic, the newly-installed chief executive of high-end jewellery house Fairfax and Roberts, said she encouraged couples to keep their ring as unique and personal as possible. "One thing we say to every customers is: 'Find the one that suits'. You'll find your personality in the right ring, which is far more important than what Packer gave Mariah Carey," she said. "Sometimes you'll find the bigger one isn't the best one because it doesn't suit." Fairfax and Roberts, recognised as Australia's oldest jewellery house, is home to the "fancy intense" yellow diamond ring, which has a price tag of $412,600. Ms Brujic revealed its bespoke engagement rings averaged about $40,000-$50,000, though some were sold for $8000. She agreed that big and colourful stones were back in favour, which to her indicated that people were designing rings that better suited their personality. "People are also focusing more on quality, rather than the biggest for the best possible price. They're more knowledgeable and asking a lot more questions," she said. Here you can read the full article on The Sydney Morning Herald.