What to Ask Before Buying a Loose Diamond
There are lots of reasons to buy a loose diamond, and there is also lots to consider before dropping your money on a stone sans setting. Let’s break it down.
Diamond Stud Earrings: Boring or Jewelry Staple?
Are diamond stud earrings outdated? Never. Explore the possibilities of custom diamond studs and learn how to pick your perfect pair.
7 Reasons Not to Buy a Lab Grown Diamond
Lab grown diamonds have quickly risen as a staple in fine jewelry. But is a lab diamond right for you? We break down the pros and cons of the lab created diamond.
Ethical Engagement Rings – What Does it Mean to be Conflict-Free?
Searching for a sustainable, ethical diamond engagement ring can be confusing. Learn the pros and cons of lab grown diamonds, ethical diamonds, and more.
6 Reasons Not to Choose a Fancy Shape Diamond
Finding your dream fancy shape diamond can be a real drag. Here’s everything you need to know about fancy shapes when it comes to diamond engagement rings.
Cloudy Diamond? Here’s What May Be Happening
Can clarity cause your diamond to look cloudy? Maybe it just needs to be cleaned. Here’s the rundown on cloudy diamonds and what to do about them.
5 Reasons Not to Buy an Oval Diamond Engagement Ring
Oval diamonds would be the perfect diamond. That’s right. Would. Their elongated, finger-flattering shape. Their shallow cut that gives you more stone for your money. Unfortunately, ovals might just be too fancy for their own good.
5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy A Radiant Cut Diamond
School House Rock, Star Wars, Saturday Night Fever…and yes, the radiant cut diamond. The late 70s were full of awesomeness, and this unique diamond cut is no exception. Invented in 1977, the radiant diamond was the first rectangular diamond cut to feature brilliant facets, a whopping 70 of them, in fact (for reference, today’s round brilliant only has 58).
Buying a Diamond? Here’s Your Guide to Savvy Shopping
Buying a diamond is all about balancing the ideal stone aspects with price and most importantly, personal preference. Explore our expert diamond buying guide.
Five Reasons Not to Buy Cushion Cut Engagement Rings
Buying a cushion-cut diamond is a bit like buying a mattress. Hear me out. Sure, you could buy a mattress online, and it shows up at your door, sleep savior it was meant to be. Right? Wrong.