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.
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?
What a Diamond Color Chart Won’t Tell You
When it comes to diamond color, most of us aren’t talking fancy pinks and vibrant blues—though those are certainly out there and worth exploring—but rather, a range of 23 subtle shades of, well, nothing much. After all, how many different versions of “colorless” do we really need?
Why VS1 Diamonds are Better than Flawless
VS1 diamonds are like the cardigan of clarity grades—warm, comforting, and risk-free. There’s plenty to love there, but if you’re still wondering what all the hype is about, you’re not alone.
Five Reasons Not to Buy an Oval Diamond
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.
CVD Diamonds Aren’t Real Diamonds. Are They?
Today, despite the growing popularity of lab grown diamonds, when it comes to laying down some cold hard cash for one, there’s still plenty of confusion. This includes whether they are a simulant or a synthetic. But once you’ve waded through all that noise and realized they’re actually the same as natural diamonds, you’re faced with another fork in the road.
Yellow Gold Engagement Rings are 2020’s Top Trend
Pull out your grandmother's jewelry box because this warm, vintage metal is more in vogue than ever. More than half of our try at home orders are in yellow gold styles. If you think your infatuation is alone, think again
Five Reasons We Love Rose Gold Engagement Rings
Rose gold is soft, not very durable, and fades with time. Right? Wrong. In fact, rose gold is the most misunderstood of all the metals, and for that reason, it holds a particular place in our heart.