The 5 Simple Steps of Buying An Engagement Ring
Here’s what to know before making the purchase.
Learn About Lab Grown Diamonds
Compared to natural diamonds, lab-created diamonds (otherwise known as lab-grown or man-made diamonds) have the same physical, chemical and optical characteristics. The only difference between them is their origin.
Learn how to evaluate a diamond based on four key characteristics. As you explore engagement rings, you’ve probably heard the phrase “the four Cs.” This phrase refers to the four qualities used to describe a diamond—cut, color, clarity and carat.
Learn How to Find Her Ring Size
Purchasing a diamond is a significant investment — one that everyone wants to get right. But it can be challenging to obtain her ring size without giving yourself away. That’s why we’ve put together a few methods of determining a woman’s ring size. Try them out and avoid suspicion.
Engagement Ring Style Guide
When it comes to ring styles, it may seem like there are endless options. How are you to choose? The good news is that there’s no wrong answer.
What You Should Know About Diamond Shapes
You might hear shape and cut used interchangeably, but they’re actually two distinct terms which refer to different things. The diamond’s shape is the actual outline of the stone as it appears to the naked eye.
Our Guide to Precious Metals
Like any other aspect of an engagement ring, the metal you choose ultimately comes down to personal preference. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t other factors to keep in mind as you design your ring.
A Brief History of the Diamond Engagement Ring
What do we think about when we hear that someone we know has gotten engaged?
5 Reasons To Buy A Lab Created Diamond
You have probably heard by now about the increasing trend of purchasing a lab created diamond instead of one that has been mined, and many millennials looking to buy a diamond for their significant other have been able to get a quality diamond at an affordable cost by doing so.
How To Ensure Your Diamond is 100% Ethically Sourced
Creating human adornments first from ‘found,’ then later mined, earth-stones goes back thousands of years. Today the diamond is still looked upon as one of the most precious gems, not because of its rarity, but because of its intricate beauty and its dazzling brilliance.