Smart Protection Steps To Take For Gold Rings

Posted on: 8 June 2021

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?

Posted on: 22 February 2021

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

Posted on: 6 November 2020

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

Posted on: 16 July 2020

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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