Buying jewelry isn’t the same as buying a new outfit. We’re willing to bet you buy a new piece of clothing at least every other month, so you’re kind of a pro. How often do you buy jewelry, though? Probably not nearly as often.
Read on to learn how you can find the right jeweler for your needs.
Life happens. No matter how hard we try, we cannot plan for the unexpected.
That’s why you get home, auto, life, and, of course, jewelry insurance. It’s your safety net so that if something happens, you can fix it and forget it. But how exactly do you file a jewelry insurance claim? What do you need to do?
Buying jewelry at a pawn shop can be a scavenger hunt. Just like shopping at any secondhand or thrift-type store, the inventory is ever-changing and you never know what you might find.
That's the double-edged sword of jewelry shopping at estate sales, pawn shops, and the like. If you have a Pinterest board full of dream rings and a style already in mind, rummaging through secondhand stores with limited inventory isn't your best bet.
Diamond shopping can feel overwhelming. There’s so much to know about the details of a diamond – how to spot an imperfection, how a diamond’s shape affects its shine factor, whether carat or color is more important for maximum sparkle ... the list goes on.
Avoid anxiety and confusion by using these jewelry cheat sheets as your diamond shopping sidekicks. No memorization required. Click the links below to print them to size!
In most cases, insuring an engagement ring is much more affordable than you think. Which is great, since protecting your jewelry is one of the best things you can do to safeguard yourself from unnecessary heartache (and financial hardship).
So, how much does it cost to insure an engagement ring?