Tip of the week!


Our tip of the week features 5 important things to keep in mind when contemplating the purchase of fine jewelry.

1.Know Thyself

Its usually a good idea to know what you like and don’t like is key before you spend any serious cash on jewelry. Take a quick inventory of your closet and jewelry box before making your purchase and keep your own personal style in mind when you shop.

2.Keep a maximum Budget in mind

You should buy only what you can afford to spend— and know what exactly what that is before you step foot into a jewelry store. Only you know what you can comfortably spend so make sure you have a number in mind before you start looking. If you find yourself contemplating how many months of rent you may miss, you’ve gone to the deep end. Spend within your means and walk away if you may have regrets.

3.Take Time Shopping

When your out shopping, see what appeals to you and experience the pieces for yourself. Head to numerous stores, approach the counters, try things on, and get a feel for what you like or don’t like. Buying jewelry is a very personal experience and you should take as long as you like. Inspect the piece for quality, do your homework, and don’t forget to ask questions.

4.Bring a Friend

Good company and good shopping go hand-in-hand. Bring someone you trust and who knows you well. Since jewelry purchase is personal, be sure to choose wisely and bring a friend who shares your taste and understands yours.

5.Fall in Love with a Piece

You should purchase a piece that speaks to you and you can identify with. When it comes to fine jewelry, you want materials and style of a serious nature that will last a lifetime. If the piece doesn’t take your breath away, don’t put your money towards it.





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