Rings for Your Western Wedding
official -- you're ENGAGED! Now your
thoughts turn to picking out "the
ring". This should be a very exciting
part of your engagement, but unfortunately with
all the competition, jewelry shopping has become
very confusing. Much of the
conflicting information you will receive is
meant as a sales tactic instead of to assist you
in your decision.
first step in purchasing wedding rings is
deciding where to shop. While some
large jewelry chains may offer large
"discounts", consider that a locally
owned jewelry store which has established a good
reputation over the years has a vested interest
in making you a satisfied customer.
many variables involved in diamond quality and
value can make your choice difficult.
While you may be able to purchase a larger stone
for less money than a quality smaller stone, the
brilliance of the quality smaller stone may be
more desirable. Diamond grading is defined
by the four "C's": carat,
clarity, color, and cut. All of these add
up to a fifth "C": cost.
Ask how the "C's" apply to the ring or
rings that you are considering.
sure to ask about delivery and size adjustments
to ensure that you will have your rings well in
advance of your wedding day. As in most
important decisions, don't hesitate to ask a lot
of questions and take advantage of the
salesperson's knowledge. Visit a number of
stores and take good notes as you shop.
Inquire about competitive financing terms.
Take your time and you will make a choice that
is right for you.
Hills Gold Wedding Rings
Weddings by Cultured Cowboy