Engagement Ring Guide

Choose a jeweler
Finding a reputable jeweler to trust will make your engagement ring purchase a pleasant one. They should have a staff qualified in loose diamonds and fine jewelry. A measure of a jeweler’s knowledge is whether they are professionally trained. Their training should come from a highly-recognized and internationally accredited program, such as the GIA. The jewelers should be qualified by GIA standards to guide you through the 4 c’s of diamonds. Having a bench jeweler on staff will help in sizing, setting, and custom designs.

Choose a diamond
When working with a jeweler make sure that they are reputable and qualified. The jewelers should be qualified by GIA standards to guide you through the 4 c’s of diamonds. Giving you clear examples and explanations of each cut, color, clarity, and carat. Allowing you to examine several stones including the diamond you choose with a jeweler’s loupe. If you are not experiencing these simple things we would recommend looking for a new jeweler.

Choose a ring
There are many things to consider when choosing a ring. The style of the ring should match your future fiancé. Their lifestyle and line of work should be a part of the decision.  A delicate ring with lots of small diamonds and filigree may not be suited for all lifestyles.

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Making the purchase
Your purchase shouldn’t be high pressure. If your jeweler pressures you to make a decision we suggest you make the choice to find a new jeweler. Be sure that they will stand behind their products and workmanship.

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