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Buying The Right Jewelry

A few years ago, I got a great gift for my wife. I thought it would be nice to choose a gorgeous gold locket with our family picture in it. She absolutely loved the gift, so I was surprised when she never wore it out of the house. After I talked with her, she explained that the locket was too nice to wear with most of her everyday outfits. That day, I learned a little about buying the right jewelry. Together, my wife and I have developed this blog dedicated to all things jewelry, so that you can buy the right gifts for your loved one.

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Guidelines For Buying A Wedding Ring

A wedding ring is easily the most emotionally important purchase that you can make as it will symbolize your love and commitment to your partner. The pressure of buying this ring can be enough to cause otherwise level-headed individuals to make glaring oversights when they are buying this ring.

Appreciate The Variety Of Types Of Gold Wedding Bands

Gold is one of the most commonly used materials for the wedding ring band. In addition to being highly valuable, it is also one of the most aesthetically pleasing of the precious metals. Yet, individuals are often unaware of the reality that gold comes in a variety of types and colors. For example, it is possible to opt for a womens 14k rose gold wedding band that has a warm pink tint as opposed to the more yellowish traditional gold color.

Coordinate The Type Of Stone With The Gold

Diamonds are the most common gemstone to have in a wedding ring, but there are many individuals that may choose other gemstones due to emotional and personal preferences. Diamonds are able to match almost any type of gold perfectly, but if you are opting for a different type of gemstone, you will want to be sure that you choose a color of gold that will compliment the stone.

Be Sure To Have The Correct Ring Size

When you present your ring to your partner, they will want to be able to immediately put it on their finger. As a result, it is imperative to be sure that you know their ring size before you order your wedding band. While it is possible to have the ring size adjusted, this could prevent your partner from being able to immediately wear the ring. If you are wanting to avoid asking your partner their ring size, you may be able to bring one of their other rings to a jeweler to learn its size.

Insure The Wedding Ring

A wedding ring is likely the most expensive piece of jewelry that you will buy. Making sure that this ring is protected against being damaged, stolen or otherwise lost will require buying an insurance policy for it. Many homeowner's and renter's insurance policies can provide coverage for jewelry, but there is usually a low limit on the amount of compensation that is awarded for these items. To be sure that you are protected for the full value of the wedding ring, it is usually necessary to buy a separate policy that is specifically designed to cover high-value jewelry items.