Congratulations you have found true love! A lifetime of happiness now awaits you and your loved one around the corner. A diamond is the ultimate symbol of this everlasting love and
commitment of a lifetime. It can be overwhelming and confusing when you are at that point in your life but we, our team of diamond specialists at Starfire
Diamond Jewellery are here to assist you make this dream a reality.
Here at Starfire Diamond Jewellery, we are
specialists in diamonds and handcrafted engagement rings. It brings us so much
joy and passion to play a small part in each of our customers’ love stories,
which means that all our rings must be of the highest quality. Our diamond
standards are second to none with our diamond wholesale company and diamond
experts with over 40 years of experience. With this knowledge you can be
assured that all of our stones, big and small, go through a rigorous selection
process so that you will only receive the best of the best.
THE BRILLIANCE BEHIND STARFIRE DIAMOND JEWELLERY
Shweta has a passion for beautiful and unique diamond jewellery
that captures the essence of the 21st century woman. Shweta’s fascination with
jewellery and her desire to bring beautifully crafted designs to the market
were the driving force behind her decision to start Starfire Diamond Jewellery.
Jewellery signifies the fiery brilliance of diamonds.
Diamonds are the ultimate symbol of true love as it’s
everlasting qualities and its innate Beauty not only captures your lover’s
heart but also their soul. When you buy a Starfire Diamond you can be assured
it’s of quality and one that just hasn’t taken a billion years to make but also
one which has been cut to perfection within its imperfections.
Starfire Diamond Jewellery not only covers the 4c’s, but has
included a fifth C that we believe is of up most importance and that is
All of Starfire Diamond Jewellery’s Diamonds are certified with
a GIA (Gemmological Institute of America) diamond certificate which is the most
highly recognised diamond certificate in the world.
You will be confronted with a dizzying array
of choices when it comes to engagement rings. Have a price range in mind before
you start to shop. Going in with specific parameters will help your jeweller
find the right engagement ring to fit your budget.
DO YOUR HOMEWORK
There’s a lot you can learn about diamonds
before you even set foot in a jewellery store. Start with the 4Cs – Colour,
Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight – so you understand how each influences the value
of the diamond and adds to the overall appearance of the stone. You’ll learn
what is most important to you and where you might want to compromise to fit
your price range.
Pay attention to the kind of jewellery she
already wears. Is she more classic or modern? Does she wear more white metals
or yellow gold? Do her pieces tend to be more delicate or chunky? Sleek or
ornate? Have these preferences in mind when you set out to shop. If you buy
something similar to what she already likes, you can't go wrong.
If she wears rings, borrow
one she already owns. Trace the inner circle on a piece of paper or press the
ring into a bar of soap for an impression. You can also slide it down one of
your own fingers and draw a line where it stops. A jeweller can use these
measurements to identify her approximate ring size.
If she doesn't wear rings, estimate in the following manner: The average ring
size in the U.S. is 6 (based on the 'average' U.S. female being 5'4" tall
and weighing 140 lbs.) If she's slenderer, or fine-boned, her ring size is
probably in the 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 range. If she is heavier, larger-boned or
taller, her ring size is probably in the 6 1/2 to 7 1/2 range. It's always
better to buy a ring a bit bigger than you think she'll need, because sizing a
ring down is much easier than increasing its size
DECIDE ON A METAL
A diamond engagement ring is meant to last a
lifetime so it is often made of gold or platinum - highly durable metals that
can withstand many decades of daily wear. Metal color is a matter of personal
preference with gold providing more color options: white, yellow or rose. Metal
color is also a consideration since the appearance of a diamond’s color is
affected by its surroundings. Once you’ve selected your diamond, ask your
jeweler to show you how it would look with different colored metals.