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     To ensure you’re purchasing top quality diamonds, it’s recommended that you purchase a certified diamond. Certified Diamonds are authenticated by third party labs to ensure they’re in pristine condition which is determined based on the quality of their color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. The labs are operated by highly trained gemologists. Jewelers and vendors pay for the services of these gemologists as they possess unique knowledge of all diamonds. Once the third-party labs give the diamond their seal of approval, they’ll provide the vendor official documentation of the certification. Jewelers, now having this certification, can then assure...

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                   A karat, by definition, is the measure of the purity of gold. Pure gold is 24 karats. The higher the karat, the more expensive it will be due to the purity of the gold and lack of presence of other metals. When buying jewelry, it’s important to pay attention to the karats as this will affect the price and value of the jewelry. For example, when purchasing 18 karat yellow gold, there are 6 parts other metals in the gold, totaling 24 karats. In other words 18/24 is pure gold and...

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Rose gold, white gold, and yellow gold all make for beautiful pieces of jewelry. Can’t pick just one? Luckily, you’re not limited to doing so when buying jewelry. A common trend in recent years has been mixing the different golds to create a unique look. Two-tone and three-tone chains are also available and have increased in popularity for buyers who like a combination of more than one colored gold. While some like to mix and match their gold, others like to keep their gold consistent. One might even suggest their skin-tone plays a huge part in what color gold they choose to wear....

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Another common misconception is the difference between white gold, yellow gold, and rose gold. Similar to the characteristics of white gold, there is no such thing as pure rose gold, as gold in its natural state is always a bright yellow color. By combining unique metals, jewelers are able to create white gold and rose gold. The most commonly used metals that are used for mixing with gold are silver, copper, nickel, zinc, and palladium. Various combinations of these metals are used to create different colors and shades. For example, rose gold, sometimes referred to as “pink” or “red” gold contains...

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Although white gold and platinum are often mistaken, there is actually a lot that differentiates the two. Platinum is naturally a white metal whereas white gold is often rhodium plated and is yellow in its natural state. The best way to tell the difference between the two Is that white gold has more of a sheen to it. Platinum has more of a matte finish and a grayish tone to it. Due to its rarity, platinum is much more expensive and much heavier than white gold. Platinum is popular for engagement rings due to its strength and durability. However, white gold engagement...

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