DIAMOND AND JEWELRY BUYING GUIDE
Purchasing Diamonds and Custom Jewelry can be a milestone in your life. Whether you are buying a Diamond Engagement Ring, an Anniversary Gift or that Fine Watch that you have always wanted, let the experts at NISSIM Diamonds help guide you through this process.
Buying a diamond engagement ring can and will be a life-changing event and the search for that ring can be nearly impossible. Let our experienced and educated team at NISSIM Diamonds help walk you through this experience, we can even help you design the custom ring of your dreams.
We carry a variety of modern, classic, and custom wedding bands! If we don’t have exactly what you are looking for then our experienced design team can create it for you.
At NISSIM diamonds, we carry a wide variety of loose diamonds with any cut, color, or clarity that you our looking for. We carry Loose Diamonds that can be used for Engagement Rings, Diamond Stud Earrings, Bracelets, Pendants, Fine Watches, etc. If we don’t have what you are looking for, we can get it for you!
HELPFUL TOOLS TO KNOW WHEN PURCHASING AN ENGAGEMENT RING:
There are several different qualities to look for when making this purchase and a lot of different characteristics come into play such as: Cut, Color and Clarity.
Below are a few of our most popular cuts:
Know Your Colors:
The most noticeable attribute from a diamond is its color. With the exception of fancy colored diamonds, the most valuable diamonds are those with the least color. The color scale for transparent diamonds goes from D-F (colorless), G-J (near colorless), K-M (faint yellow), to Z (light yellow).
Know Your Clarity:
A diamond’s clarity is measured by the existence, or absence, of visible flaws. Tiny surface blemishes or internal inclusions – even those seen only under magnification with a 1OX jeweler’s loupe – can alter the brilliance of the diamond and ultimately, affect its value. Clarity levels begin with Flawless (FL & IF) followed by Very Very Slight (VVS 1 & 2), Very Slight (VS1 & 2). Slightly Included (SI1 & 2), and Included (I1, 2, & 3).