When Buying The One You Love A White Gold Diamond Ring
Deciding on purchasing a white gold ring many times will follow right after you decide on what diamond you would like to purchase as your engagement ring. The difference between the white gold and the yellow gold is that the white gold is in many occasions, much harder than the yellow gold. White gold is usually 18 karats, made with nickel, and is a very hard metal, generally much harder than that of rings made with yellow gold.
A diamond ring could very well be the most important investment you will ever make in your lifetime. It can be extremely helpful to know a little bit on what to look for before you start to go out to buy one. The very first thing you will need to decide is what particular cut in the stone is preferred, the particular color of the stone you would like, and the color of the metal, such as white gold or yellow gold.
Most people will be investing large amounts of money with their jewelers, so it can be important to take your time and find a jeweler that you trust. Remember, you will be making the purchase of a lifetime with them. Another useful bit of information would be the return exchange policies specific jewelers’ offer. When you are visiting each particular store, whether it is online or off, you should always take your time and look at all of the different designs and styles in fine jewelry they have to choose from, that interest you most, and ask questions if necessary.
The only other metal that is harder than that of white gold is platinum. White gold is popular for two reasons. Number one is white gold does not attract as much attention as yellow gold. Number two is white gold looks great no matter what outfit you decide to wear for the day. White gold also will let the diamonds show their true color, whereas the yellow gold will give the diamonds a yellowish tint.
There are many beautiful styles of white gold diamond rings. If you have not seen, one go to a jewelers store and ask to see one. You will truly be amazed.
When you pick your white gold diamond ring up to bring home you need to inspect it before you bring it to your significant other. Things you should look for are broken prongs, scratched bands, and any scratches on the diamond that were not there when you bought the ring. If you happen to notice any one of these, you should take it back to the jewelers for any needed repair work, before giving it to your mate.