Top Tips For Selecting The Perfect Engagement Ring

Engagement Ring by ilovebutter, on FlickrGetting engaged or married is always a special, memorable event. It is not only about the memories, but also about the ring. Don’t get me wrong, it is not about the ring because it has to be the most expensive and extravagant one around. Most women cherish their rings for eternity; therefore it does not matter how simple or extravagant it may seem. What matters is that it is the one we love and can live with for the rest of our lives (kind of like our men).

Jewelers usually offer jewelry fit for any special occasion, which includes engagement rings and wedding rings. With many years of experience, they are able to assist their clients in choosing a ring from a large variety of options. This includes precious metals, unique gemstones and different settings.

Due to the uniqueness of every gemstone, it is always wise to visit your jeweler at their in-store showroom, in order to consider your available options for the ultimate engagement or wedding ring.

Before Getting Married

The choice of wedding ring will be one of the most significant decisions a couple will make. Any wedding ring portrays a symbol of your love for each other and your married life together. Therefore, the ring has to reflect its beauty throughout.

Most jewelers can offer you excellent advice when you select finished, hand crafted wedding rings. Many also offer additional services, including free resizing, free engraving, lifetime refinishing and a free warranty. This all-inclusive service will ensure that your unique wedding ring will remain as striking on your 50th wedding anniversary as it did on your wedding day.

Repairs

Professional jewelers offer their clients a specialized repair service on their beloved pieces of jewelry, as well as the renewing of gemstone settings. Should your wedding ring be damaged at any moment, all you have to do is take it in to the jeweler, where the ring will be assessed. Your jeweler will then advise you as to what needs to be done to restore your ring to its former beauty, and provide you with an immediate quote for the cost of repair.

Most jewelers pride themselves on their efficient service delivery, and will strive to repair your item to the highest standard without delay. You will be pleased to know that such jewelers also insure your item in full while it is in their skilful care.

Alterations

If you are a sentimental soul and want to use your grandmother’s wedding ring with a few minor alterations, most jewelers can assist you in this regard. Not many people will agree, but re-modelling a long-standing item of exquisite jewelry can ultimately be a very cost-effective way of creating a unique ring that is truly special. Jewelers are very experienced and can, therefore, help you to transform your classic jewelry into timeless pieces.

Jewelers can also provide their clients with reliable valuations on their wedding rings, jewelry, watches and even silverware, for probate or insurance purposes. It is generally appraised by registered and professional valuers and the service ultimately includes a document whereby all assessed items are listed in detail. These details are captured on a secure website and will receive its own exclusive code, as well as a password, with which your insurer can access the required information.

The proof is in the detail, and it shows that the little things count; even when it comes down to wedding rings.

Author Bio:

Jamima has been a jeweler all her life and took over from her father in the business over two decades ago. Her shop is, however, very small and focuses on vintage pieces. When advising others on selecting the perfect ring, she always points them in the direction of http://www.tustains.co.uk/, as they have a large range of rings at excellent prices.

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