Should I say “diamond jewelry”, how exclusive of a category am I talking about? Let us define a diamond. Well, it’s any form of crystallized carbondioxide. That is pretty wide! How about jewelry? Anything for ornamental wear within the body is known as jewelry. Diamond jewelry is nothing more than some other form of crystallized carbon that’s worn everywhere on the human body. That is pretty general. Check out the following 4 ideas to create buying fantasy diamonds jewelry simpler before your next buy.
Tip 1: Ask yourself: “Do I want to wear something that’s worth everything I paid?” If the solution is no, stop reading now. You do not want my advice. If the solution is yes-and it likely is, then we want to prevent all jewelry that’s created in an assembly line since it depreciates an average of 80.3percent in worth when you walk out the jewelry shop’s door. Simple question, ask the jeweler when the item is 100% handmade. Otherwise, you’re looking at expensive costume jewelry.
Tip 2: When the jeweler passes suggestion 1, good. Now, ask whether the settings are poured and vacuum pressed to get rid of any air pockets in the jewelry which may damage its structural integrity. If he/she answers “Huh?” , proceed.
Tip 3: Request if the gemstones are 100% natural and have not been treated in anyway shape or form including baking to whiten, fracture filing to conceal cracks, laser drilling to remove carbon. Should they say “Uh, what?” Or “Not sure”, proceed.
Tip 4: Request if the significant diamond (stones 1/4ct or bigger) are completely ensured (in case the jeweler 100% guarantees for any reason at any time in the foreseeable future, you’re unhappy, you may get your hard earned money back! If no, see ya!