Perhaps the only feeling that compares to receiving a piece of beautiful diamond jewellery is designing the perfect piece to suit your taste. A wide array of diamonds is not the only feature that contributes to making your jewellery unique.
England jewellers offer bespoke designs with a choice of metal, style, stones, and more to create one-of-a-kind pieces. Customers have a choice of platinum, white or yellow gold, diamonds, sapphires, and so on, to design any number of pieces from rings, earrings, and pendants to cufflinks, bracelets, and even body jewellery.
One need only call a local jeweller and arrange an appointment to discuss options for a bespoke product. After the sale, the jeweller will continue to service the piece by repairing, resizing, or polishing the jewellery as needed.
The Four C’s of Diamonds
If your bespoke jewellery includes diamonds, the jeweller will help you select the stones that suit your taste and budget, explaining the four C’s as you go.
Diamonds vary in colour, usually from no colour to a yellowish colour. Diamonds that have no colour visible to the naked eye tend to be more valuable and desirable. There are also fancy coloured diamonds with hints of blue, green, or pink that are rare and therefore have the highest values.
The cut of a diamond includes its shape, but also its sparkle and how much light reflects through it. A superior cut will reflect the maximum amount of light.
Clarity of a diamond is determined by the number of imperfections inside or on the surface of the stone. A flawless diamond, or one that appears flawless to the naked eye, is the most valuable.
Of course, the size of a diamond is also a factor in determining its value. A larger carat, or heavier weight, is more valuable than a smaller stone.
Even with so many choices, there is no need to worry. Your jeweller will walk you through the process from beginning to end in creating your stunning, unique piece of jewellery.