I know…it’s not nice to brag….
However, I just need to show you this fabulous Tiffany Channel Diamond Replica, we just completed and shipped out today to a (hopefully) happy customer!
When I saw this completed ring in our factory..I fell in love with it.
Of course, the size and beauty of the center diamond (can you guess) doesn’t hurt either.
Accent diamonds are F/VS and are of excellent cut quality.
Check it out!
I just finished working up this Asscher Cut diamond for one of our customers.
That’s assuming she gives it back to you.
We have previously blogged on this topic, providing the names of e-commerce sites that will sell your engagement ring at significantly higher prices than you can get from a retail jeweler.
Bloomberg News this morning reports on this topic and again provides the names of several websites that will broker your engagement ring and obtain higher prices than you can get on your own.
The story is here: Take My Engagement Ring, PLEA$E!!
Would you buy this 3 stone emerald cut diamond engagement ring over your cell phone??
Several recent purchases of diamond engagement rings were actually completed over a cellular telephone!
This brings an entirely new meaning to the online diamond shopping experience! Honestly, I cannot imagine that the initial research by these customers was conducted over a 3-4 inch cell phone screen. Probably, they did their homework on a regular computer screen and only consummated the actual purchase over a cell phone (Iphone..I wasn’t sure which…).
Either way, I find this to be an incredible indication of where we are going with the Internet revolution!
Famous Tiffany Classic Replica by ExcelDiamonds.com
More than any other designer engagement ring setting, the Tiffany setting has captured the hearts of millions of couples searching for the perfect engagement ring for their loose diamond.
What is it about the Tiffany six prong setting that has so captivated the masses, making it the most popular traditional solitaire diamond ring of all time?
There is more than one answer to this question. However, one in particular is the foundation for all others and is the basis of this article.
There is a very core difference in philosophy and objective between the designers of the Tiffany setting and the designers of other fashion jewelry rings like Tacori, Verragio, and Scott Kay.
Many of the manufacturers for designer engagement ring settings have the primary goal of commanding the attention of the viewer to the ring setting itself. They would like the observer to immediately notice not the center diamond but the actual engagement ring and to recognize it as their â€œbrandedâ€ setting. To accomplish this goal they will often design ring settings that are extremely â€œbusyâ€ with a lot of filigree and detailing. Many of their creations also feature accent diamonds in different shapes, sizes, and configurations. These jazzed up and gaudy settings effectively overpower the center diamond and draw attention away from the diamond to the ring.
Now this is no big deal in an instance where the center round diamond is of poor to mediocre cut quality and appears dull and lifeless to the viewer. In this type of scenario, the ring setting becomes a positive diversion. However, in the case of an Ideal Cut diamond which has been crafted to achieve a high level of beauty and brilliance, it distracts the viewer from what should be the prize of the entire engagement ring ensemble; a magnificent and sparkling ideal cut diamond. ……..(click on the extended entry to read more)………
The answer is Yes.
A report in todays Namibia New Era Updates indicates the the the size and quality of mined diamond rough is decreasing and that diamond site holders are concerned about the long-term viability of their diamond cutting and polishing factories and retention of their skilled diamond cutters.
Diamond prices saw significant across the board price increases from half carat to the rarer high quality 2 carats and above just recently in May 2008. No doubt more price increases are on the way. Your diamond engagement ring is becoming more and more expensive!
More at this link: Diamond$ Going Up And Away!
Present her with this beauty in an engagement ring. Make sure you bring the smelling salts!
2.13 carat E color Internally Flawless. Graded by GIA.
Bluenile is the #1 diamond and jewelery website on the Internet. The stock traded at $80/share last year and the company reported record profits. Today Bluenile’s stock price stands at $40/share and they are being impacted by the current difficult economy.
Guys are still getting engaged and buying diamond engagement rings but the the diamonds are smaller and the price tags significantly lower. What effect this will have on Bluenile’s bottom line remains to be seen.
More details here: “Blue” Blue Nile
Flying High for Love and Marriage. The story is here:
Love Is In The Air
A picture worth more than words.