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A lot goes into picking out your ideal engagement ring. For starters, what type of setting and style do you prefer? To find what’s best, you should look at various rings and take the time you need to decide. What seemed ideal in your imagination......

It’s no secret that diamonds are expensive, but there’s a reason these gems symbolize “forever”—they last! Not only this, but diamonds have a unique value. They’re a monetary investment and very symbolic. These are just some of the many reasons why diamonds are worth the investment!......

These four key factors impact a diamond’s value: clarity, carat, color, and cut. But the cut is not the same thing as the shape, as some may believe. Although cut and shape are interrelated, they’re not synonymous. A diamond’s cut grade significantly affects the price.......

No two gemstones are identical, and one way to make your engagement ring stand out is by picking a specific cut. Many people love round brilliant since it’s a timeless style. And others prefer oval, a shape growing in popularity because of its prominent appearance......

Engagement rings are pieces of beautiful, fine jewelry. However, some women aren’t used to the responsibility of caring for such an expensive yet important piece. When you get engaged, you have more than ring insurance to consider—you need to know how to care for your engagement......

When we shop for gemstones or receive a piece of jewelry, we hear that it’s a specific carat. Or, we hear a diamond ring is 3-carats. But what exactly does this mean? A carat, not a karat, is a specific measurement used for diamonds and......

Your fine jewelry needs special care to keep it intact, so follow some tips from jewelry experts to learn how to do so. Appropriate storage and a cleaning schedule are necessary. After all, direct sunlight or humidity could ruin a beautiful piece. Remember, nothing can......

A diamond’s color is about more than just the hue—there’s a grading system. But what is a G-color diamond? You won’t learn about diamond colors, hues, or shades in an art class. So what are they, exactly? Both the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and......