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Archive for June 10th, 2006

Diamond Ring

Saturday, June 10th, 2006

Diamond RingBuying a diamond ring is usually an important occasion such as an engagement or a wedding. But sometimes one might buy a diamond ring because one sees it in the jewelers and likes that particular ring or just because one wants to have a diamond ring.

Whatever the reason it is quite important that you know what you are buying.

Usually the first factor that determines what you buy is the budget. How much are you going to spend? What ever the figure is it is a good idea to spend at the top of your budget to ensure you provide the most funds to get the best you possibly can.

Also to decide before hand basically what you want in a ring. Is it one diamond in a clasp in a gold ring? What sort iof diamond? What size and quality can you afford? White gold or gold? Or perhaps a cluster of smaller diamonds in a row on a ring? having a clear idea of exactly what you want will go a long way to helping you get what you desire?

Another good idea is to look around at many dealers and jewellers products. There are literally thousands of rings available in jewellers and online so you have plenty to choose from.

If you have not done so already, it pays to have a good understanding of how diamonds are graded. The links on the right contain information that will help you understand how a diamond is graded and priced so you can understand what quality of diamond you can get for your money.

You should also ensure that the diamond comes with an independent appraisal that informs you of the qualities of the diamond in terms of it’s cut, clarity, color and carat weight. This will ensure that you get what the jeweller describes. It has been known for a jeweller to pass off an inferior diamond and say it is worth xxx dollars when, upon a proper appraisal by a certified diamond laboratory, it has been found to be worth only x dollars.

As in any buying situation, don’t taking a dealer or jewellers word for it. It is always a “Buyer beware” situation and there is no substitute for doing your own due diligence.

Keeping the above points in mind will help enormously in ensuring that the diamond ring you buy will be genuine and worth the dollars you have paid for it and will be one you treasure for years to come.

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