What’s the difference between natural and lab created stones?

When it comes to choosing the right stone for your piece of jewelry, it’s important to choose a design that is both meaningful and personal to you. That’s why we recommend learning about the differences between natural and lab created stones. When you understand the benefits that each type of stone has to offer, you can then confidently decide what type of stone will best fit your unique needs.

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What determines the cost of a diamond?

Looking to purchase a diamond? There are four main factors that play into the value of your diamond. These “4 Cs” of diamond quality are the universal method to assess the quality and cost of diamonds throughout the world.

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What colored gemstones are considered precious?

Precious colored gemstones are renowned for their beauty. They each have a unique color that is one of a kind. Whether as a gift for a loved one or a special piece for yourself, precious gemstones are extraordinarily beautiful. These are a few of the most popular and rare precious gemstones.

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What is the difference between white gold and platinum?

Gold and platinum are two of the most popular metals used for jewelry. While similar in color, they both offer unique features that set them apart. How do you know which metal is right for your jewelry?

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Do You Offer Engravings?

Looking to give your loved one a truly unique piece of jewelry? Engravings are the perfect way to make your jewelry more personal and meaningful. We offer jewelry engravings that allow you to personalize your jewelry with a name, initials or heartening message.

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Do all rings come in the same size?

Looking to purchase a beautiful new ring for someone special in your life? You’ll want to choose one that offers the perfect fit – not all rings come in the same size! After all, the right size could be the difference between a ring that is too tight or falls off of your finger and one that offers the perfect fit. Knowing a little bit more about how rings are sized can help you determine the right size for you.

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