6 Reasons Not to Buy a Pear Shaped Diamond
It’s no secret we have a thing for diamonds around here. But the pear shape? It’s always been a bit of a bummer. For one thing, finding a well-cut pear shaped diamond is like chancing upon a needle in a haystack. They’re short and stubby, too stretched out with flat sides, their supposed-to-be-smooth curves are lumpy and bumpy, or they’re rocking the world’s cheesiest bow tie.
How to Buy a 4 Carat Diamond Ring for Less Than 20K
The bigger the diamond, the more beautiful, right? Wrong. There’s SO MUCH more to a sparkly diamond than its size—like cut quality, color, clarity, etc. If you’re reading this, you’re probably already reciting the 4 Cs in your sleep. Besides, all sizes really can be beautiful.
4 Practical Reasons to Buy a 5 Carat Diamond Ring
First of all, no matter how many carats you buy, there’s nothing truly practical about a diamond ring. Diamond rings are about love, and display, and luxury. Practicality has nothing to do with it. That said, if you’re in the market for a sizable sparkler, then we’re here to help. A purchase of that size isn’t made lightly, so we’ve compiled a few positive affirmations to help convince you—or, you know, whoever is footing the bill.
You should absolutely take off your diamond ring when doing these five things — summer 2020 edition
The reality is, owning fine jewelry is like owning a fancy car. To keep it around—and looking its best—long enough to pass it down to future generations, you have to take really good care of it. And get it some regular maintenance while you’re at it. The reality is, there are just certain things you should and shouldn’t do with your jewelry on.
A Beginners Guide to Engagement Ring Styles
As if finding your perfect partner for life wasn’t hard enough—now you’ve got to decide on a ring that will make you look, well, engaged! Congrats BTW. The only problem? There’s seemingly a million different engagement ring styles to choose from. Not sure where to start? We’ve got your back.
5 Reasons Not to Buy an Emerald Cut Diamond
Let’s reflect on the emerald cut diamond for a minute. Its mirror-like facets and regal stature. Its celebrity following—I mean, J. Lo, Beyoncé, Amal Clooney, that’s a bridal party we want to be a part of. Did we mention its understated elegance? All seems like a pretty good pro list right? So, then, what could possibly be the cons?
Is a 1 carat diamond ring too small?
Diamonds are meant to be seen. To sparkle. To shine. They do their best work boldly, catching not only the light but everyone’s eyes. If we didn’t want them to be seen, why would we wear them at all? So sparkle matters, sure. But when it comes to picking an engagement ring, what about size? Is bigger really better? Is 1 carat enough?