Bespoke Diamond Rings Broome

Saturday, 21 August 2021
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Bespoke Diamond Rings Broome

best diamond shape for engagement ringA Unique Statement Of Love

The gift of jewellery to a loved one is an extremely intimate one and it will be different for each couple or family. How you express your love and emotions to your partner is based on individual taste and sometimes on your budget. However, the strength of meaning and feeling is just as strong irrespective of the amount paid.

Create Your Personal Expression of Love

One of the ways to express your feelings is through designing a piece of jewellery that is unique to you and your partner. Many people believe that having a ring designed around an idea or a particular size or type of stone is outside of their reach. Nothing could be further from the truth, bespoke diamond rings are available to all. A good jeweller will be able to help you design a piece of jewellery that fits your expectations and your budget exactly. Broome has the best range of Argyle diamonds, both traditional white diamonds, and there amazing range of coloured diamonds; the choice is yours.

How Can A Bespoke Diamond Ring In Broome Be Designed To My Budget?

How To Save Money Without Anyone Noticing

There are many variables that make up the cost of a ring. There is a significant difference between the cost of 9ct gold, 14ct gold and 18ct gold, due to the higher proportion of gold in 14 and 18ct. So, if cost is an issue for you, one way to keep the price down is to opt for 9ct gold as this contains less percentage of actual gold, but is very durable, and will wear well. White Gold and platinum are not inexpensive options.

So Many Choices of Diamonds

When it comes to the diamond there are a huge number of choices especially when it comes to the shape. Traditionally a diamond engagement ring contained one round solitaire diamond of varying sizes. If you are designing your own ring then one way to customise it is to choose a diamond of a different shape. The following are some of the stone shape choices available; Round; Princess; Oval; Marquise; Pear; Cushion; Emerald; Asscher; Radiant; and Heart. This is an excellent way of creating a ring that is unique to you but which can be a talking piece and provide a lifetime of pleasure.

Princess Cut Diamonds

Not All Diamonds Are Created Equally

There are four characteristics that make up the value of any diamond.

1. Carat – this is the weight of the diamond, the value and price increase as the size does.

2. Colour – the whiter the colour the higher the price. Diamonds with a grade D are the purest in terms of colour and the colour chart extends to M where the colour has a yellowish hue. Want more information on Diamond Colour. Click Here.

3. Clarity – diamonds are formed in nature under great heat and pressure and the clarity of the stone relates to the number of imperfections (inclusions) in the stone. The fewer the number or size of the inclusions the better light is reflected in the stone and greater it sparkles. Clarity ranges from Flawless to SI2 and the closer the grade gets to SI2 the more an inclusion can be seen with the naked eye.

4. Cut – this relates to the diamonds symmetry, polish and proportions. This is probably the most important factor when choosing your diamond. The way a diamond is cut has three effects on how it appears to the naked eye. The first is the brilliance – the reflections of white light from the polished surfaces of the stone; the fire – the flashes of colour, and finally the scintillation – the sparkle, when a diamond is moved. Want more information on Diamond Cut Click Here.

Broome is the place to have your special ring designed

So Why Is Broome The Place to Design Your Special Ring?

White Diamond RingThe key to designing and creating a bespoke diamond ring is to find a manufacturing jeweller who has the skills to build a ring that will look good and last. Broome is home to some of the most creative jewellery designers in the country working with white or coloured diamonds.

Choosing the Right Diamond Is So Important.

As mentioned above the most important characteristic of a diamond is the cut. A smaller perfectly cut stone can outshine a larger badly cut stone. Therefore, choosing the perfect jeweller to help you design your future family heirloom is a very important decision. If the size of the stone is the most important thing in your dream ring then opt for a stone that is closer to M on the colour category and maybe closer to SI2 on the clarity category. The majority of people are not aware of how diamonds are categorised and believe that the larger the diamond the greater the value. If your desire is sparkle and brightness then, depending on your budget, you will probably choose a smaller, but more investment grade diamond that will delight the owner forever. This is a really personal choice and only you and your partner can decide what decision is right for you.

Remember a diamond is forever and it can be your legacy to your family and maybe start a dynasty!

Anastasia’s of Broome have a stunning collection of white and coloured diamonds to choose from and are a jeweller experienced and dedicated to building and helping you design the ring to celebrate your special occasions. For further details contact us by email or phone +61 8 9468 8116

Author Bio.

Jill Hansen runs Anastasia’s Of Broome and is a highly recognised expert in both the fields of South Sea Pearls and Diamonds. Jill trained in seeding pearls in the Cook Islands by Japanese Pearl Technicians, and established a wholesale pearl business selling pearls all over the world. She pioneered the combination of pearls and diamonds to create Lust™ Pearls, a unique fusion of these two beautiful gemstones. Jill holds the prestigious recognition of being an Antwerp Diamond Broker for selecting and sourcing Diamonds direct from the diamond capital of the world, Antwerp. She is a diamond expert and is happy to use and impart her knowledge to help customers make informed decisions.


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