5 Top Tips on How to Buy Fine Jewellery She Will Love

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Buying fine jewellery is an investment that lasts a lifetime. Naturally you want your gift to be treasured by the receiver. What she likes may not be the same as your taste in jewellery. A special gift needs to reflect the tastes and style of the receiver even if it is not your favorite style.

Here are some tips for how to choose a fine jewellery gift that she will love...

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Buying Diamonds - How to Shop For Fine Jewellery

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Choosing fine jewellery is exhilarating - whether it is a diamond solitaire for an engagement or a diamond necklace for a formal event. Making the choice is often more of an emotional decision than an informed choice.

However, fine jewellery is a costly investment decision that you want to make wisely. If buying fine jewellery is your weakness, then you need to do research before you get to the store and become distracted by the shiny allure of gold and the brilliant sparkle of the diamonds!

Basic jewellery terminology is important because explains the quality ratings of the jewellery, which are related to price. When buying diamonds, you want to look for the Four Cs: cut, color, clarity and carat.

Cut is the shape of the stone - not just stylistic versions of oval, square or heart shape - but the actual cut of each stone. A great cut improves the value while a poorly crafted cut reduces value.

Clarity is how close (or how far) the diamond is from flawless. Flaws, cracks, scratches or carbon specks reduce the clarity. Color rates the diamond from white or pure color to varying degrees of yellow.

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5 Secrets for Extending the Life of Your Custom Made Designer Fine Jewellery

By Travis Wiebe  

When most people purchase a piece of custom made designer fine jewellery they are unaware of some of the basic requirements for keeping it clean and unscathed for years to come. It's easy to let the day to day use of jewellery allow us to become complaisant with its care, and before long these common mistakes can add up to damaged that is irreversible. With these simple tips you should be able to keep your jewellery in its original condition and pass it down from generation to generation.

The first thing to consider is that custom jewellery can have intricate designs that are susceptible to damage and dirt. Tight designs can accumulate debris, and intricate gem settings can serve as the perfect hiding places for grime.

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