Buying Loose Diamonds Can Save You Money

There is nothing which can be compared to diamonds when it comes to the shine and brilliance. Jewelry with diamonds on it never fails to grab the attention of anyone. Whether you want to buy loose diamonds or ready-made diamond jewelry, there are many points you need to consider before you pay for it. You can read the review of the store to know the reliability of the jeweler. Please ensure that you are purchasing diamond jewelry only from a reputed jewelry store.

If you are buying loose diamonds, you must ask yourself, where you are going to use that stone. Diamonds can be used on rings, earrings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets and more. If you are buying the diamond to put on a ring, you should consider the finger size of the wearer before choosing the size of the stone. A big stone on a small finger might look enormous and untoward while a small diamond on a long finger just might look smaller than it is. Many different diamond cuts are available to choose from. You can choose the perfect cut and size which complements the finger properly.

There are so many different shapes to choose from as well. Round, emerald, baguette, heart, marquise, cushion, radiant and pear shaped loose diamonds are freely available. While heart shaped diamonds are a great choice for engagement rings, pear shaped diamonds look great on pendants. Round shaped and square stones look great for earrings. Emerald and baguette shaped diamonds are a great choice for dress rings. The shape of the diamond to be used must also complement the shape of your body. Then only the jewelry will make you more beautiful and you will become the center of attraction.

The cost of any diamond depends on the 4Cs. Carat, color, clarity and cut quality decides the price of the stone. Carat is the weight of the diamond and every carat will cost you more. You can save a lot of money by choosing a diamond which is just shy of a carat value. If there are any flaws in the diamond, including cracks or natural impurities, the cost comes down drastically. A flawless diamond with a perfect cut is almost beyond the purchasing power of normal people. Slightly colored diamonds, with relatively fewer flaws is the way to go. You can save a great deal of money by slightly lowering the standards.