There are many things to think about when investing in an engagement ring, but the one major focus is the center stone. Most of the time, the stone accounts for a substantial or, in some cases, the largest part of the expense.
Ring design tricks add prominence and pizazz to moderately sized stones, as do alternative ‘center stones.’
Everyone knows the phrase “a diamond is forever” in part because there is no harder material on earth than a shiny, beautiful diamond. But despite the fact it’s harder than nails, many of our customers want to know if it’s possible to damage a diamond ring.
Ever find the ring that you have been wearing for 10 years has “shrunk?” Or you were given a ring as a gift and it is too big or too small? This is something we see all the time. Customers want to know their options: Can a ring be stretched or resized to fit their hand?
Rings come in different shapes and sizes. From casual to formal, we’ve seen them all here at Braunschweiger Jewelers. In fact, rings are some of the most common pieces we see for repair in the service department at our jewelry stores.
When it comes to buying an engagement ring or wedding band for that special someone, there are many things to consider. Most customers have a ton of questions, from simple queries like “How much should an engagement ring cost?,” to more complex problems such as “How to wear engagement rings & wedding bands,” to specific questions like “How long does it take to get my wedding band or engagement ring?”
When it comes to diamonds, there’s a lot to take in. From the 4C’s, to
the price, to the shape, there’s a lot to consider. However, when looking at a
diamond, many of our customers have asked who’s grading it? Is it our staff? Is
it regulated by the government, or some other agency?
When it comes to buying a diamond in New Jersey, customers tend to have a lot of questions. From understanding carats to cuts, there are a lot of characteristics you can take into consideration when it comes to choosing the “perfect” diamond.
Remember how teachers would say there’s no such thing as a stupid question? When it comes to engagement rings, that “rings” true as well. In fact, we get phone calls and emails from potential customers all the time asking questions they’re nervous about asking someone face to face.
Chances are pretty good you’re excited to ask the big question. You’ve likely been thinking of the exact moment, how and where to do it, what to ask, etc. Maybe you have it all planned out, and are dying for the right moment. Maybe it’ll be whenever feels right.
When it comes to engagements, if you’re the one proposing, chances are you have quite a few questions running through your mind. Where should you propose? What will you say? What will your significant other say? How are you going to remember the occasion? Is anyone else going to be involved in any way?