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The Most Searched Types of Jewellery on Google

In 2022, engagement rings are the most searched for piece of jewellery via Google in the UK.

In our case study, 30% of all jewellery searches were for engagement rings. Engagement rings also accounted for more than half of all ring searches. In other words, at the time of the study, the majority of rings sold were purchased by people who were about to propose to their loved one.

The second most searched for piece of jewellery online were rings that were either plain gold, or gold rings that contained diamonds.

In third place came earrings. 40,000 people in our case study searched for diamond earrings, compared with 15,000 searches for gold earrings.

Wedding rings made up just 11% of all the jewellery searches, suggesting that many people are getting engaged, but not married. This could be down to a number of reasons, including weddings being postponed during the pandemic, people preferring longer engagements to enable them to save more money for their special event, people wanting longer engagements to make doubly sure they’ve committed to the right person, or couples simply breaking off engagements for a variety of other reasons.

When it came to necklaces, there were 22,000 searches for diamond necklaces compared with 40,000 searches for gold necklaces. Of course, there will be some crossover here, as many of those diamond necklaces will also be set on gold chains.

The case study for this infographic was conducted by Diamond Dealer Direct, a highly-experienced supplier of fine jewellery and diamonds, based in the heart of Birmingham, UK’s famous Jewellery Quarter.

Originally a wholesaler dealing directly with the jewellery industry for over 30 years, the business opened its flagship retail premises in 2005. Diamond Dealer Direct’s jewellery showroom stocks over 6,000 products, including hundreds of designs from hand-picked local craftsmen.

Diamond Dealer Direct source their polished diamonds directly from site-holders rather than wholesalers, cutting out a long chain of middlemen for the lowest possible prices. The only way they could make their supply line any shorter would be by owning a mine themselves!

Lukas Halim

Lukas Halim is the owner / operator of infographics archive. He has a long-standing interest in data visualization, providing free Tableau training materials at LearningTableau.com and teaching two top-selling Tableau courses on Udemy.

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