5 Things to Consider When Buying a Ring

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If you’re shopping for a ring, you may be surprised at how many options there are on the market to choose from. From engraving to personalization, it can be difficult to figure out what you want and what’s worth your time and money in the end.

Here are five things to consider when buying a ring that will allow you to make an informed decision and purchase something that you can wear with pride.

1) Size

The first thing you want to do is figure out the size of ring that your fiancé prefers. This will help ensure that she’ll be able to wear it comfortably. If you’re not sure, try asking her friends, family members or co-workers what she likes and dislikes in terms of jewelry and rings. You may also find some suggestions on sites like Pinterest. Be sure to measure her finger for an accurate fit. Her finger should not feel constricted by the ring. There are three different types of sizing: circumference (of the finger), diameter (across) and millimeters (height).

2) Setting

The setting is the part of the ring that holds the diamond and other stones in place. It can be an important consideration because different settings will affect how much light reflects off the diamond, which is what determines its brilliance. A more secure setting is more durable and can also have extra protection against losing diamonds over time. If you’re shopping for a diamond engagement ring, it’s worth considering whether your future spouse prefers fancy or simple jewelry designs. The cut of the stone: You want to find a stone that has lots of sparkle and has high clarity.

3) Price

It is important to have a clear budget. If you don’t, it can lead to buyer’s remorse, regret and overspending. Decide what you’re willing to spend before going shopping so that you won’t be tempted by more expensive Moissanite rings. Another thing to consider when looking at price is the type of metal you want in the ring. There are many different options for metals: gold, platinum, titanium and tungsten just to name a few.

4) Quality

The quality of the diamond will also affect how much you spend. You might be able to save some money by buying a ring with smaller diamonds, but if you want the best ring possible, it’s worth it. Quality is very important in jewelry and especially when it comes to something like an engagement ring that will last forever. Remember, once it’s on your finger, there’s no turning back!

5) Reputation

The reputation of the jeweler is something that needs to be taken into consideration when buying a ring. It is important that you buy your ring from someone you trust who has bee