When buying diamonds the usual tips involve the carat, clarity, cut, and color. Carat pertains to weight, the heavier the stone the more expensive. Clarity means the diamond is unblemished, while cut showcases the jeweler’s skill in creating the right proportion of the diamond. Meantime, color can be white or colored diamonds, which are regarded as more expensive because of their scarcity. However, beyond the four Cs, there are other things to consider when buying diamonds. For one, consider the brand. A signature like Firemark
guarantees that you’re getting genuine stones from authentic sources. Likewise, you need to think about after-sales service. For instance, resizing the ring to make a perfect fit as your fingers grow bigger or thinner over the years. Lastly, think about financing, especially if your cash flow is tight.
Firemark is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive, Short Pump Town Center, and Carry Town.