- The traditional way, choose the ring entirely by yourself.
- She knows about it and planned already, both come into the store and choose the design together.
- The other option is to choose the centre diamond and propose with the diamond.
Here are some hints on how to determine her style….
- Do she currently wear jewellery if so, is it white gold, silver, yellow gold, platinum or two tone or even possibly rose gold?
- Take into consideration her hands. You need to consider how the ring will look on her finger. Pierre from The Diamond Club will assist you with this
- Also what does she do for employment, is it an office job or physically demanding work or does she need to take it off at work.
- What does she wear? Is she faminine? Is she sporty, classic, modern, quirky.
- Do you have a design she has already selected or you know the look and feel of the ring she is wishing for.
Once you have established the above basics. You know your budget, and your time frame, and the style all you need to think about is the design. Pierre will go through everything with you to assist in bringing everything together to make that beautiful ring.
When a diamond is graded professionally many factors are taken into consideration in order to arrive at a universally accepted grading scale to determine the quality and price of the diamond.
A total analysis of all the parameters are taken into account the primary consideration is the 4′c and the secondary consideration is the symmetry and polish. Symmetry is how symmetrical the stone appears and how the facets points meet. Polish is the smoothness and size of each facet.
At the moment the scale for diamond grading reads ‘excellent’, ‘very good’, ‘good’, ‘fair’, and poor. Avoid ‘poor’.
We only deal in good quality diamonds and tend to deal in only ‘excellent’ and ‘very good’. ‘Good’ only if the client chooses. The Carat weight, Cut and Shape, Clarity grading, Colour grading, as well as the information about the finish of the diamond which includes the Polish, Symmetry and Culet as well as the proportions of the diamond. All of these can be found on your diamond certificate as well as Laboratory Report number.
We sell our diamonds at The Diamond Club on their appeal and beauty with the added security of the diamond certificate, so you know what you are buying and we know what we are selling. The diamond certificate serves as a document of authenticity and identification.
Hopefully the beauty of the diamond, and the diamond setting of your choosing appeals to your heart, and of course, the diamond certificate appeals to your head consequently it is a belief that your head and heart will be in sync when buying a diamond and diamond setting from The Diamond Club.