- How much do you want to spend?
- What should you know about the 4C’s?
- Which diamond shape are you going to go for?
Which occasions require a diamond ring? Diamonds are inextricably connected to the engagement ring. But ladies can certainly also be spoilt with a diamond ring on Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or a birthday. However, a few important matters need to be considered when purchasing one. We would like to help you make the right choice.
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How much do you want to spend?
When you’re planning on surprising that special lady who means so much to you with a diamond ring, you will first need to think about how much you want to spend. The amount you spend on a Mother’s Day gift will undoubtedly not be in the same ballpark as the amount you would spend on an engagement ring for your loved one.
You can definitely find a beautiful ring in any price class. And as you can see in this short video, there are also a number of useful tricks for making a diamond appear bigger.
What should you know about the 4C’s?
Plenty has already been written about the 4C’s. But a little bit of repetition never did anyone any harm. The 4C’s stand for carat, colour, clarity and cut. They determine the identity, quality and therefore also the price tag of the diamond. It’s also important for you to have some level of knowledge about these 4 determining factors when buying a diamond ring.
Therefore always make sure you opt for diamond jewellery which is accompanied by a certificate. A few renowned laboratories which issue these certificates are the GIA, IGI and HRD.
Which diamond shape are you going to go for?
The shape of the diamond has a huge influence on the diamond ring’s appearance. The round brilliant is still the most popular diamond shape. Are you after something a little more original? Then go for a diamond shape based on her personality. After all, each shape has a certain meaning and stands for a certain character.
One final tip: make sure you have the correct ring size! Be aware of the fact it isn’t all that easy to alter a diamond ring. Plus this is actually impossible when you opt for a ring which is set with diamonds all around.
Are you ready to choose the perfect diamond ring from our extensive collection? For extra tips and advice, you can contact BAUNAT’s experts via telephone, email or chat.