Brian Gavin Diamonds March Madness Sale
! It seems that Brian Gavin is an avid basketball fan, and he’s decided to celebrate the NCAA Basketball Tournament by betting on a sure thing, Brian Gavin Signature Diamonds
! This week’s Brian Gavin coupons and discount codes will save you 9% off of engagement rings, and up to 8% off of diamonds! Complete details and coupon codes are provided on the Brian Gavin Diamonds March Madness Sale
details page. Things move kind of fast under these conditions, so if you see something you like, click to order it, and then use my free Diamond Concierge Service
if you want my opinion on it. Please tell Brian Gavin that you read about them on Nice Ice!
It is pretty rare to find diamonds that meet my selection criteria in the range of 1.40 – 1.49 carats, because the reality is that a diamond cutter has to be stupid to produce anything short of the 1.50 carat mark where the price per carat of diamonds increases dramatically, thus Brian Gavin would have been better off from a financial perspective to cut this diamond to lesser proportions, thus yielding more profit via a higher selling price, but that’s just not his style… Brian Gavin claims to have set the standard for Hearts and Arrows diamonds, and thus this 1.458 carat, Brian Gavin Signature round diamond
represents his dedication to cutting diamonds that exhibit the best light performance!
Industry giant Martin Rapaport announced today, the official launch of RapNet’s new “Instant Inventory for Diamond Jewelers” which provides retail jewelers and internet dealers with access to virtual inventory consisting of more than 1.5 million diamonds, valued at more than $8 billion dollars. This service enables jewelry stores and internet diamond dealers to offer millions of dollars in diamond inventory, without actually investing money in a single diamond, or purchasing diamond grading equipment of any kind. The only investment a jeweler has to make is the time spent subscribing to the Instant Inventory for Diamond Jewelers service, and setting up the basic search parameters that their inventory will consist of.
Hey Todd, I’d like to get your opinion on two diamonds, which honestly I located using the search engine feature provided on the web site of one of your competitors. I’ll be happy to use your referral link in exchange for a bit of advice; especially since it seems that your competitor is not willing to discuss anything further without charging me for their advice! Which leads me to wonder: “Why do you provide diamond buying advice for free? Just trying to figure out how this whole affiliate thing works. The two diamonds that I’m considering are this 1.40 carat, G-color, SI-1 clarity, round from Enchanted Diamonds, and this 1.44 carat, H-color, SI-1 clarity, round from Enchanted Diamonds.
Please feel free to respond by blog post, and make any additional recommendations if you see anything better out there. I’m in the early research phase of buying a diamond engagement ring, looking for something in the range of 8-10k, that provides a good balance of carat weight, color, and clarity. Based upon everything that I’ve read, diamond cut quality should be my primary focus. Would you agree?
While searching for ideal cut diamonds on Blue Nile
, I happened to run across two Blue Nile Signature round diamonds that are quite what he’s looking for, but which are definitely worthy of mention, as I believe that they will be interesting to some of you. One is this 1.42 carat G-color, VS-1 clarity, Blue Nile Signature round diamond
, and the other is this 1.44 carat, G-color, VS-2 clarity, Blue Nile Signature round diamond
, which both have proportions that are right on the outer edge of my preferred selection criteria. Even though these Blue Nile Signature round diamonds are not quite perfect “by the numbers” they are pretty darn close, and thus they are worthy of consideration if you’re looking for something stunning, just short of the 1.50 carat mark. These diamonds are an exceptional value because they fall short of the 1.49 – 1.50 carat mark, where the price of diamonds increases substantially.
“I’m probably three to four months out from making a decision, so you can respond via blog post if you’d like. I’m just trying to figure out which diamond characteristics to focus on to get the biggest bang for my buck, between this 1.532 carat, D-color, VS-1 clarity, Brian Gavin Signature Hearts and Arrows Diamond
, and this 1.812 carat, E-color, VS-2 clarity, Brian Gavin Signature H&A Diamond
, and this 1.51 carat, D-color, VS-1 clarity, round from Enchanted Diamonds,
which I understand is not H&A. But do I really need a Hearts and Arrows diamond to get top end performance? How much of this technical stuff is really important? I’m about to give up and just put the money down on a Porsche.”
While conducting a search for a client who submitted a request via my free Diamond Concierge Service
, I ran across two Ritani GIA Excellent cut round diamonds that I think would make a great pair of diamond earrings! This 0.60 carat, D-color, VS-1 clarity, GIA Excellent cut round diamond from Ritani
, is an excellent match for this 0.60 carat, D-color, VS-1 clarity, GIA Excellent cut round diamond from Ritani
. The diamonds measure 5.40 – 5.41 x 3.33 mm and 5.39 – 5.41 x 3.33 mm respectively, and both have a total depth of 61.7% with one having a 57% table diameter and the other having a 58% table diameter, and both having a pavilion angle of 40.8 degrees with a pavilion depth of 43%.