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  • 3 Reasons To Invest In A Vintage Engagement Ring

    When it comes to getting engaged, nothing matters more than having the perfect ring. There are so many rings available on today's market that it can be tough for some couples to select a piece that will withstand the test of time. Vintage rings have become popular among today's brides-to-be- and for good reason. Here are three reasons why you should think about investing in a vintage engagement ring to celebrate your pending union.
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  • Faqs About Diamond Earrings And The 4 C's

    Is there a difference between graded diamonds and other gemstones? You're in the market for new diamond earrings and want to make the best purchase possible. Before you buy, take a look at what you need to know about diamond grading and your options. Who Grades Diamonds? Diamond grading doesn't happen in schools. Instead, this is a highly technical process authored and administered by the GIA experts, researchers, graders, and gemologists.
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  • Getting More For Your Money: 3 Services That Can Help You Save At A Wedding Ring Store

    A wedding ring is meant to be an eternal symbol of your everlasting love. Consequently, you are not going to want to skimp when it comes to the investment you make in this ring. With that being said, being willing to invest in a high-quality wedding ring does not need to mean throwing caution to the wind when it comes to your finances. The good news is that you can often save money by choosing to purchase your ring from a wedding ring store that offers specific services either before or after the sale.
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  • Simple Ideas To Help You Design Your Perfect Custom Engagement Ring

    Custom engagement rings represent your personality, from the material to the design. Every detail should contribute to an outcome that suits you perfectly. Nothing glimmers like a precious stone, and you always want to enjoy the sparkle. First, however, you must plan effectively to create a professional yet gorgeous engagement ring from scratch. You can design your custom engagement ring to add to the family heirloom collection. Either way, you should understand your jewelry style before the process begins.
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  • Advantages Of Working With A Jeweler That Uses CAD Software Custom Diamond Jewelry Design

    Buying jewelry, whether for yourself or a loved one, can be an incredibly personal process. Foremost, you will probably want the style of jewelry to be as unique as possible without appearing gaudy or poorly designed. Additionally, as long as you have a budget in mind, you will likely want a custom piece that fits within this budget so that you do not experience buyer's remorse. Lastly, you may want to provide input into the design of the custom jewelry so that it has your personal touch.
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  • Three Popular Barbell Earring Designs

    If you're looking to buy a pair of earrings that offer an edgy design, the barbell shape is something to which you might gravitate. These probably aren't earrings that you'd wear to an office job from Monday to Friday, but if you're getting ready to attend a rock concert on the weekend and are looking for the right type of jewelry, it can be fun to change into barbell earrings. Your local jewelry store likely carries a selection of barbell earrings, so you shouldn't be surprised to see these three popular designs.
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  • Smart Protection Steps To Take For Gold Rings

    Gold rings hold a lot of value, especially if they are truly authentic. If you plan on buying this type of jewelry, it's important to protect your investment. These protective steps will keep you out of trouble with this type of investment.  Get Insurance If you are purchasing a gold ring that is extremely valuable — possibly costing thousands of dollars — then you want to consider taking out an insurance policy on the piece.
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  • Buying A Diamond Ring Vs Diamond Earrings: What's Most Important?

    If you are looking for an amazing gift for an important person in your life, or heck, if you want to buy yourself something nice, look no further than diamond earrings. It is easy to tell real diamond earrings apart from fake ones even at a glance. They give off a charismatic sheen, and almost seem to have an internal glow. If you have bought a diamond ring at some time, you may feel that you know all you need to about how to purchase a one-in-a-million diamond.
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  • Love Solitaire Engagement Rings? 5 Ways To Make It Unique

    Do you or your fiancé want a simple solitaire engagement ring? This classic style features one large diamond centerpiece and is one of the most visually striking styles of ring you can create. But it's also a popular style that may end up feeling like one of the other millions of rings being worn. How can you make yours unique and personalized? Here are a few choices that help your ring stand out from the crowd.
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  • How To Care For Your Labradorite Jewelry

    Labradorite is an amazing stone that is a wonderful addition to any collection, especially if you like darker stones with iridescence or flashy features. This grayish, purplish stone contains a type of inclusion effect called schiller; you may already know that term if you're familiar with Oregon sunstone, which has copper inclusions that form strips that flash in light (sunstone and labradorite are both forms of feldspar). Labradorite's schiller effect creates bluish reflections that are subtle and calming.
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