Tag Archives for " Hearts Arrows Diamonds "

Crafted by Infinity vs High Performance Diamonds

Crafted by Infinity vs High Performance Diamonds

“Hey Todd, I’ve got a question for you. Is it better to purchase a Crafted by Infinity diamond from High Performance Diamonds online, or from one of their retail partners? I’m shopping for a Crafted by Infinity super ideal cut diamond weighing between 1.70 – 2.00 carats. From what I’ve read online, it seems like a […]

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Cherry Pick the Biggest, Best Round Diamonds 1.70 – 2.00 carats, 20K

Yesterday I conducted an extensive search of the market for a client who is looking for the biggest, best, bang for the buck, in a round brilliant ideal cut diamond weighing between 1.70 – 2.25 carats, G-color and higher, VS-2 clarity and higher. He doesn’t want or need a “super ideal hearts and arrows cut […]

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Blue Nile Signature Cushion vs Enchanted Diamonds Cushion Hearts and Arrows Diamonds

So I’m chatting with Jonathan and Joshua from Enchanted Diamonds the other day via Skype and they send me a link to this 1.57 carat, G-color, VVS-2 clarity, cushion cut from Enchanted Diamonds. They say nothing else, obviously they are waiting for me to click on the link, which I’m obviously going to do… And […]

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James Allen True Hearts diamond reviews: Which JA True Hearts diamond should I buy?

“You helped a friend of mine shop for a diamond engagement ring about a year ago, he ended up going with one of your recommendations from the James Allen True Hearts diamond collection, and the diamond is drop dead gorgeous! Based upon the two months salary rule, I’ve got about $20k to spend, but I’m not […]

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Brian Gavin Signature Diamond Reviews: Best options around the 2 carat mark

“Hey Todd, I love your site! It’s helped me understand diamonds better, but I don’t feel comfortable enough to pick a diamond on my own, so I’m going to take you up on your offer to help me find a diamond via your free diamond concierge service, which makes no sense to me because I know […]

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Hearts on Fire Transcend Halo vs Ritani Split Shank French Halo diamond engagement rings

Dear Todd, thank you so much for your assistance, your advice has been tremendous help.To be honest I’m still undecided whether to go with a Hearts and Arrows, or GIA Triple X diamond. My preference is definitely the best possible cut / sparkle, however wonder whether a larger size diamond is a more appreciable difference to […]

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Hearts on Fire versus Brian Gavin Signature Hearts and Arrows Diamonds: Which should you buy?

I am in the market for a new engagement / wedding ring set to celebrate our 42 wedding anniversary. My budget for a loose diamond is 6500-8000. I want at least a carat. Loved the “Hearts on Fire” cut I saw at a local jewelry store. Is the Brian Gavin signature cut the same? Looking […]

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Face Off: Brian Gavin Signature Diamond vs Crafted by Infinity Hearts & Arrows Diamond, which is the best 1.50 carat, H-color, VS-2 clarity option?

Hi Todd, I’ve spent the past few months educating myself about diamonds by reading your blog posts and the diamond education sections provided on several of the web sites which you mention. I think I’ve narrowed down my search to this 1.538 carat, H-color, VS-2 clarity, Brian Gavin Signature Hearts & Arrows diamond and this […]

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How to Search for Diamonds at Blue Nile and compare them to diamonds from other vendors

Hello, first let me thank you for putting so much information regarding diamonds on vendor review, I’ve been looking for a week now to find a perfect diamond and am really struggling finding something that suits my perfectionist needs. I was wondering if you could potentially help me narrow down my search and find something […]

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Should I buy a diamond online from James Allen?

I received an email today asking me “should I buy a diamond online from James Allen?” and I had to chuckle because my first thought was “Well I suppose that it depends on the diamond!” because a specific diamond was not referenced in the email.  It might have something to do with my experience as […]

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