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There's a reason why Blue Nile is the world's largest online diamond retailer. They provide the most selection, low prices, and an unmatched shopping experience. For a dependable, affordable, and fun shopping experience, Blue Nile earns our highest rating.

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Super Jeweler is one of the best-kept secrets in the jewelry business. They're not the flashiest site, and they don't have super expensive items for big spenders. But if you're looking for good value for your dollar, Super Jeweler provides it in spades.

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Szul has a crisp, clean, straightforward presentation. Most items are very affordably priced, and we also enjoyed their impressive selection of high-end loose diamonds that are certified.

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Jared provides customers quality made, attractive jewelry and a nice shopping experience. Their focus at Jared is engagement rings and other gemstone offerings but they have a decent selection of bracelets, earrings, charms and watches. Jared's no hassle, return policy allows shoppers to feel confident with their purchase.

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If you're looking for a reputable jewelry seller with retail locations as well as an online store, you'll want to consider Helzberg. More than just diamonds, Helzberg sells a wide variety of items ranging from watches to pendants. With free returns within 60 days of purchase and competitive pricing, Helzberg Diamonds can help make your jewelry dreams come true.

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The Jewelry shopping experience is fast, efficient and fun. If you're in the market for fashion forward jewelry from a number of different designers, Jewelry is worth a look. Note, however, that you won't find many traditional diamond engagement rings here.

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Diamond Delight is a jewelry store that provides a smaller, yet decent selection of diamond jewelry. The earring selection is one of the most expansive at this website. Those searching for gifts will find several affordable diamond options to consider. We also liked the free shipping, free gift packaging and a 30 day return policy.

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Kay Jewelers provides their customers quality made jewelry but the selection is limited when it comes to attractive options. We did appreciate the lower budget choices that may meet the needs of those looking to buy an affordable gift. Kay's no hassle, return policy allows shoppers to feel confident with their non-custom made purchases.

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Overall, Ice is a good site with much of the same jewelry and pricing you would find at a mall jewelry store. However it lacks the polished look and selection of high-end items offered by other sites in our review.

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In comparison with other online diamond and jewelry stores, Jewelry Television ranks average. The prices are enticing but the lack of selection and unique pieces is a downfall.

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Diamonds International currently has 125 stores all over the world. These stores are typically found at ports of call where popular cruise lines stop with anxious shoppers. Diamonds International also offers their selection through an easy to use website. However, they failed to impress with a much smaller selection, higher pricing and some questions about quality.

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Palm Beach Jewelry is geared toward the fashion jewelry market, focusing on value priced merchandise. If you're shopping for fashion or "costume" jewelry, Palm Beach Jewelry has a great selection and prices to match. However, if you're looking to purchase heirloom jewelry for generations to come, this is probably not the place to be.

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Jeulia primarily sells costume jewelry, from engagement rings to bracelets and more. Shoppers should be aware that most stones, including those labeled as "diamonds" are lab-created rather than actual gemstones. We found many reviews from unhappy customers whose Jeulia purchases fell apart within a short time of purchase. Most jewelry customers will be more satisfied with one of the higher-ranked stores in our review.

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Jewelry Stores

Consumers have begun flocking to online diamond and jewelry stores like never before. And why not The best online jewelry stores offer you an incredible selection of fine jewelry. With thousands of items to look at, prices that beat traditional retail jewelry stores, free shipping direct to your door, and no sales tax to pay, buying jewelry online is a great way to get top flight quality while paying bottom dollar prices.

The secret of buying jewelry online is getting out. Online diamond and jewelry sales continue to set records each year, with no end in sight. Armed with secure websites, certified diamonds, and satisfaction guarantees, buyers are voting with their checkbooks and choosing online diamond and jewelry stores more and more. However, with this growth in sales has come an explosion in the number of online jewelry stores to choose from. And there can be big differences between them.

When selecting an online diamond and jewelry store, you need to consider a few things. Some of these include:

  • Cost.  Even among online jewelry stores, costs can vary. You want to find a jewelry store that has consistently low prices, passing their savings on to you.
  • Selection.  Some jewelry stores offer thousands of items, while others offer just a few. You'll want to shop at a store with a large enough selection that you can find the right piece of jewelry that you're looking for.
  • Customer Service.  From return policies to free shipping, learning centers and knowledgeable staff, you want to shop at a jewelry store that caters to their most important client - you. has reviewed and ranked the best jewelry stores available today. We hope this information helps you with your next jewelry purchase!

What You Should Look For When Buying a Diamond

A lot of people have this question. Buying a diamond is a commitment, so it's understandable that you'd want to educate yourself thoroughly before taking the plunge. Even so, this goes beyond picking the right jewelry store or knowing what kind of setting you'd like. What you should look for when buying a diamond directly relates to the four C's.

What Are the Four C's

The four C's stands for carat, color, clarity, and cut. These are the main principles on which you should base your diamond purchasing decision. These attributes and their grading scales were developed by the Gemological Institute of America.

  • Carat
    The carat of a diamond is another term for weight. As an example, a 1-carat diamond weighs 200 milligrams. The weight of diamond you select depends on your budget and your preferences. A single large stone will cost more than several small ones. Still, the small ones could be of excellent quality.
  • Color
    The color of a diamond rates its color from white to yellow or brown. The whiter the diamond, the more valuable and the more beautiful. The grading system ranges from D (for white--very rare) to Z (brown). The closer to the letter "D" the color is graded, the more valuable the diamond will be.
  • Clarity
    The clarity of a diamond refers to how flawless it is. Flaws include pits, dips, cracks, scratches, and air bubbles. The grading system here ranges from F to I3. F stands for flawless, the rarest of diamonds. VVS stands for very, very slightly included. VS stands for very slightly included. S stands for slightly included. And finally, I stands for included. A diamond in the VVS-S range will be very attractive to the naked eye.
  • Cut
    The cut of a diamond refers to how it was cut by a jeweler. This is related to its shape, but does not refer directly to it. How a diamond is cut will effect how much light it reflects. The more precisely and symmetrically a diamond is cut, the more light it will reflect and the more shine and sparkle it will have. The highest cut grade is "Ideal."

Other Factors
When determining what you should look for when buying a diamond, of course you need to pay attention to the four C's. Still, you also need to think about the shape of diamond you would want. They come in several styles with Round Brilliant being the most common. Other shapes include Princess, Emerald, and Oval.

Also consider where you're buying the diamond from. Not just any jewelry store will do. They are all unique and it's very easy to get ripped off if you don't know what you're looking for. A jewelry store should be GIA certified and it should have a good reputation with the BBB. Remember to look into these things because diamonds are expensive. Do your due diligence, just as you would with any other major purchase.


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Portland Jewelry Symposium Takes On The Future Of The Industry

Like the little engine that could the Portland Jewelry Symposium celebrated its 10th year of providing an educational forum on important topics related to the jewelry industry. What began as a regional two-day gathering for independent jewelry retailers ...

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Couple uses 6-year-old son to steal from jewelry store

It was considered a family criminal affair. Saks Fifth Avenue at the Miromar Outlets is out almost $60,000 after a criminal couple used their young son to swipe an expensive ring. The store's staff didn't realize they had been robbed until last Friday ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 20:44:00 GMT

J.C. Penney Refines Its Fine Jewelry Departments

If you can get customers to shop fine jewelry, they're likely to shop other categories.That's a big part of J.C. Penney's thought process behind finessing its fine jewelry departments, a category that accounted for 6 percent of the retailer's $13 billion ...

Published:  Thu, 19 Oct 2017 01:29:00 GMT

Nighttime burglars get jewelry, cash from three downtown Reading stores

Entering through roofs like "Spider-Man," burglars made off with gold and silver jewelry and cash from three stores in the 500 block of Penn Street early Tuesday. The thieves broke into Dollar Deal, 530 Penn St., by way of the roof and ceiling ductwork ...

Published:  Tue, 17 Oct 2017 21:00:00 GMT

Remains found with jewelry in Orange Co. were missing woman's, father says

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Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 09:05:00 GMT

Old Town store owner pleads guilty to selling fake Native American jewelry

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Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 14:38:00 GMT

Report: thousands in jewelry stolen from Rogers Jewelers in Middletown

MIDDLETOWN - A 9-year-old boy who said he was being picked on brought a loaded handgun to school. A teacher at Rosa Parks Elementary School on Monday morning noticed a bulge in the boy's pants pocket. When she reached for it, the third-grader grabbed ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 22:55:00 GMT

Allow Anika, Naira and Gauri to give you some interesting jewelry tips this Diwali

Apart from lighting up our houses, exchanging gifts, gorging on sweets; one thing we all love doing during Diwali is flaunting our new clothes, jewelry and clicking a lot of pictures with our family members and friends. It's that time of the year when ...

Published:  Thu, 19 Oct 2017 00:44:00 GMT

Jewelry Designer Robert Lee Morris Is Collaborating with MAC

Another day, another makeup collaboration! MAC has just announced a new partnership with jewelry designer Robert Lee Morris on a limited-edition collection of makeup, launching at select MAC locations on November 2nd. The lineup includes a range of some ...

Published:  Wed, 18 Oct 2017 11:39:00 GMT

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