3 Tips for Getting the Best Jewelry Deals

How can you get the most bang for your buck when shopping for jewelry? In order of importance:

Find a Credible Source

It is highly crucial when choosing a reputable company to work with that you feel secure in knowing your needs are being prioritized. Make sure to be placed in good, knowledgable hands such that your only concern is what kind of ring setting will get him/her to fall in love all over again.

Ask all the right questions to narrow down your choices. How many years have you been in business? Are you GIA Certified? What kind of work and/or educational experience do you have? What do the client reviews say? The thing to note here is: do your research!

Make Sure Their Service is Fast and Reliable

Whether it be a gift, for a proposal/an anniversary, or any other special event, you'll need to know if you can receive your product on time. The company you decide to work with should be able to meet your expectations with processing, production, and delivery. This also requires you, however, to think ahead and choose a date that is reasonable if you are placing a bespoke or custom piece.

Consider Price Last

For the most part, you basically get what you pay for, but it is a MUST to protect yourself by shopping smart. Consider price last of all three pointers because a higher price tag doesn't necessarily mean you'll get the best of everything and it's definitely not something to base your decision off of alone.

Now, let's hear all that again, but verbally. Below, you can click play to hear Michael, our Founder + Front Man (GIA Grad), enlighten us with the same 3 points in a short and concise manner within approximately 3 minutes and 8 seconds. Enjoy!

Photo 1 | Jessica Purgason
Photo 2 | Allen Tsai
Rings | Fire & Brilliance


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