Five Stone Rings: Just To Say....
Each of our sumptuous 5 stone rings is exquisitely handmade and expertly finished to give you the perfect ring just to say.....
Whether you are looking for modern 5 stone diamond rings or even a five stone engagement ring, strict attention to detail and UK hallmarking means you can trust in our rings to convey the message you want. From the classic Chloe 5 stone rings to the more contemporary Lauren collection, The Diamond Store has a range of designs to suit all tastes and expectations.
Every one of our rings comes in The Diamond Store's beautiful presentation set, complete with free insurance valuation certificate at the recommended retail price and free personalised message. Sent out by free, insured delivery, they are all subject to our 30 day money back guarantee complete with freepost returns label.
Interesting Facts About Buying A Diamond Ring.....
When buying a diamond ring, The Diamond Store recommends opting for quality of diamond rather than size. The quality of a diamond is measured in 4 ways. By its' cut, colour, clarity and carat, also known as the 4 C's.
Cut: This is the only part of a diamond's value that is controlled by the jeweller. Cutting a diamond is a highly skilled job which maximizes the fire and brilliance it gives off. If it is done too deep or too shallow it can reduce the amount of light the diamond is able to reflect and refract which affects how much it will sparkle.
Color: Although all white diamonds appear completely colourless, depending on their quality they may contain a degree of yellow. Diamonds are scaled on colour using the alphabet from D to Z, with D being the clearest and also rarest and most highly prized.
Clarity: This refers to the amount of inclusions or imperfections within a diamond. FL stands for flawless and is exceptionally rare, while varying scale of inclusions range from VVS I, which stands for very very small inclusions which can only be seen under a jeweller's loup, through to the simple abbreviation I which means there are inclusions that are visible to the naked eye (although you would still have to look very closely).
Carat: The weight of a diamond is measured in carats. One carat is equal to roughly 0.2 grams and is divided into 100 points. Obviously the bigger the diamond, all other things being equal, the more expensive it will be.