Diamond Consultations and Care
QUALITY SERVICE AND QUALITY MATERIALS
WE ARE DIRECT
One of the advantages of working in one of the world's biggest diamond districts, is that it allows us to work with some of the world’s best diamond dealers and sources. We can provide the best and lowest price available without compromising craftsmanship and quality. We guarantee that our diamonds are natural and from ethical sources.
To learn about our full service diamond search, read about it here.
For services to set your diamonds, please contact us with the following information: your min/max budget, preferred color and clarity grade, and/or other specifications (florescence, cut grade, polish, symmetry, etc)
HOW DO I CARE FOR MY DIAMOND?
When storing your diamond jewelry, please be careful not to place it next to other jewelry pieces as this can cause scratches. A fabric-lined jewelry box or tray with separate compartments is ideal to protect your diamond. Alternative ways to protect your jewelry when not worn is wrapping them with a soft cloth or using a jewelry pouch for each piece.
Please inspect your diamond setting regularly to make sure that it is secure. If you notice any signs of damage or loosening of the prongs, please bring it as soon as possible to a professional jeweler to have it repaired or tightened. This is to insure that the diamond does not come loose.
Diamonds are quite durable, but can be chipped or damaged if hit hard enough, so it would be best to not wear your ring during activities that may damage the diamond such as working out, gardening, cleaning with harmful chemicals, etc.
Everyday exposure to creams, skin oils, hairspray, household chemicals and other substances can cause buildup that will dull your diamond's brilliance and sparkle. We recommend getting your ring expertly cleaned by a professional jeweler once a year. Between professional cleanings, we recommend the occasional use of a nonabrasive cleaner for diamond jewelry. A mild solution of six parts water to one part ammonia may be applied with a soft bristle brush.
When cleaning your diamond at home, please be aware that fragile settings and estate jewelry can be damaged if scrubbed with a toothbrush. Always use a soft touch, rinse with water, and wipe with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Chlorine, abrasives, or other harmful solutions should never be used to clean diamonds as these solutions can erode the metal settings, loosen prongs, or dissolve the metal completely.
Please note, jewelry with stones other than diamonds may need other care.
Check out our post about how to care for your jewelry here.