We hope you find this guide to buying engagement rings helpful but if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact customer services.
These are some of the main points that are outlined in the diamond certificate:
Eternal Engagement Ring in Yellow Gold with White Gold Setting from the Signature Engagement Rings Collection
An independent diamond grading certificate is produced by a diamond grading laboratory which is completely independent of any distributor or retailer.
Ensure that you purchase an Engagement Ring with an independent diamond certificate. Some jewellers may create their own diamond certificates which is not what you want as they are the ones looking to make money and the certificate may not be accurate!
We only sell diamonds over 0.30ct with entirely independent diamond grading certificates so you have 100% proof of the diamond quality in your engagement ring! This is a once in a lifetime purchase and we feel this assurance of quality is essential for anyone purchasing a Designer Engagement Ring!
The diamond over 0.30ct in your engagement ring will have been graded by one of the following laboratories:
For further information see our Design Philosophy and Diamond Policy.
Diamond grading laboratories use advanced laboratory equipment to accurately measure the weight, dimensions and quality of your diamond. This equipment includes computers and sophisticated machines such as DiamondView and DiamondSure which are used to detect fake stones.
Note that fake stones such as cubic zirconia become chipped and damaged within weeks which is why they are not a good substitute, you simply cannot beat the durability and beauty of a real high quality diamond.
At 1791 Diamonds Australia we only sell high quality diamonds. For further information see our Design Philosophy and Diamond Policy.
If you are looking to have your Designer Engagement Ring insured (highly recommended!) you must first take your ring for a valuation.
The valuer will value the Engagement Ring based on the likely replacement cost of the diamond/s and the precious metals, the craftsmanship required to create the ring is also taken into account.
Further information about Valuation for Insurance Purposes.
Hopefully we have covered all the important things you need to know about Designer Engagement Rings. If you still have any questions, please use the enquire button at the top of the page.
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