The diamond industry is eager to tell you that the average price of an engagement ring is between $4000 and $5000, and that you should spend two or three months salary on the ring. But what they are not so eager to tell you is that the most popular price range for an engagement ring is between $500-$999 (See figure below).
So don’t tell the diamond industry!, but here’s our guide, with tips and advice, on how to get a good deal on a quality engagement ring for under $1000… READ MORE
Popular 4-prong diamond solitaire. – by James Allen. Setting: $180 more…
Women who get engaged in 2013 have more than one reason to be joyful. This year has some of the loveliest engagement ring styles available for brides-to-be. Some of those styles include vintage inspired, halo, double halo, fancy cut diamonds, and rings with intricate settings as well as colored stones. Of course, we can’t forget the classic diamond solitaire that never goes out of style! Learn about some of the memorable features of these engagement rings that are getting lots of attention in 2013. READ MORE
Pave Set Diamond Stud Earrings – by James Allen. Price: $3000 more…
Choosing the right pair of earrings can be compared to selecting the perfect frame for a work of art. The frame should not distract from the beauty of the picture nor should the frame cheapen the value of the artwork. A pair of earrings too should not pull attention away from a woman’s face nor should the earrings diminish a woman’s glamour and natural charm. READ MORE
Give her a gift she can wear daytime, nighttime and anytime in between. A bracelet is one of those rare gifts that she can wear for any occasion. There is certainly no better way to say “I love you” than with a timeless piece of jewelry. Regardless her tastes, you can find a wonderful bracelet made just for her. Here is our guide to the different styles of bracelets to choose from:
Pillow Tennis Bracelet – by Brian Gavin Diamonds. Price: $3750 more…
Diamond Tennis Bracelets
This elegant piece has little to nothing to do with tennis and it certainly goes well with just about any outfit, on or off the court. The name “tennis bracelet” has a very interesting and rather comical origin. The name comes from a match involving the famous tennis star, Chris Evert, and her bracelet mishap during a 1987 match. While on the court and right in the middle of her match, her diamond bracelet broke in pieces. Chris stopped playing to retrieve each and every diamond that had fallen out. It made small headlines to say the least and the name “tennis bracelet” was coined to refer to any such bracelet of that style. READ MORE
Nothing shows off a woman’s neckline and facial features better than a lovely chain and pendant. The world of necklaces and pendants is both wide and vast, so here is our guide to picking the perfect metal, chain length and pendant style for her…
0.25ct Pave Diamond Pendant – by James Allen. Price: $1050 more…
There are three basic lengths of necklaces (Opera, Princess and Choker) and many different styles (Pendants, Chains, Strands…).
Metal chains are a staple for every woman. Often worn with a pendant, chains go with most anything. Chain styles come in various types, such as: cable, rope, snake, wheat, byzantine and bead.
The popular metals are gold and sterling silver. You can find out which metal color a woman prefers simply by looking at the other jewelry she commonly wears. In most women’s opinion, one color looks better against her skin tone than the other color. READ MORE