For most people, buying a diamond is a new experience, but that doesn't mean it should be overwhelming. Understanding a diamond's quality characteristics is straightforward and simple.
When shopping for a diamond, it is important to know how they are evaluated. Our comprehensive guide helps you navigate the world of diamonds to ensure the maximum quality and value of your selection.
THE 4 C'S OF DIAMONDS
A diamond's color grade refers to the lack of color. The more colorless the diamond, the higher quality grade it will receive. LEARN MORE...
Pretty things may come in small boxes, but what’s in those boxes better be big. That is, yes, size does matter. However - carat weight is not the same thing as size - how large a diamond appears is also dictated by other factors such as shape and cut, so it is important to understand carat weight beyond the value it is often mistakenly ascribed. LEARN MORE...
Almost all diamonds have small impurities or “inclusions,” but they are not always visible to the naked eye. The size and location of the inclusions play a significant role in determining the price of a diamond so it is important to understand clarity grades in order to make the most suitable choice. LEARN MORE...
A diamond cut is the style when shaping a diamond for polishing. It doesn't refer to shape. The cut of a diamond determines its brilliance. Put simply, the better a diamond is cut, the more sparkle it will have. LEARN MORE...
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Get to the nearest ring shop where you can have your finger sized by a professional jeweler. This is the most accurate method to get to know your ring size.
The easiest method is to use a ring sizer set (available at most jewelry suppliers). It’s a collection of plastic or metal rings, usually ranging from U.S. size 4 to 13, in half-size increments.
Simply try on the rings till you find the one with the most comfortable fit that slides on and off easily.
Select a ring that properly fits the intended finger.
Measure the INTERNAL diameter of the ring.
Find the corresponding size using our sizing chart.
We want you to feel comfortable with your size so if the ring you buy from us does not fit, we offer free ring size exchange! Please find out more about our exchange policy here.
Women’s most common ring sizes: 5 - 8
Women’s average ring size: 7
Men’s most common ring sizes: 8 - 12
Men’s average ring size: 10