Original Jewelry Designs in 14K Gold
Our wedding rings and jewelry are handcrafted from the purest platinum and/or the finest gold with only GIA Certified Diamonds
14K Gold 2 Tone Solitaire Engagement Ring - Style No. JL-ER2131
Engagement Ring with Bezel Setting - Style Number: E-500-w
This ring design is styled to have with a "halo" effect -- tiny round diamonds, or pave, around the center stone.
Fine Fashion Jewelry in 14K White Gold
14k White Gold Bracelet - Style No: BRAC-EL
Contemporary brides-to-be are happily going the vintage retro route, embracing a lady-like look thatís at once both delicate, and incredibly detailed.
14K White Gold Solitaire Diamond Ring - Style No: E578
"Elsa Rings invites everyone to shop around in your local jewelry stores and most definitely on the web. Which is why you'll come to appreciate Elsa Jewelry for our better quality of metal and stones, the very best of customer service and reliablity that is second to none."
Diamond Ring in 14K Yellow Gold, 5mm Wide
Style No: E26556
Imagination combined with quality, service and incomparable value are what
our clients have come to expect at Elsa Rings
We're Talking : Heavy Metal
If you're buying a diamond ring, you'll need a quality band. Elsa's advice? Go platinum. It's hypoallergenic, timeless and impressive. The price difference over gold is usually just a few hundred dollars. In the grand scheme of things, this isn't the place to skimp. (Unless of course, you prefer Gold.)
Finely made rings have a quality mark imprinted on the inside. Examples of such etched markings are: 14K for 14 Kt gold, 925 for sterling silver, and 950 Pt (or 850 Pt) for platinum.
While we prefer 18 Kt gold, others prefer platinum, 14 Kt gold or sterling silver. 24 Kt gold is considered too soft. Platinum tends to show very little wear as it is more durable than gold.
High quality rings can be re-polished by a jeweler if they get scratched.
Rings that are not cast well can wear out or possibly break. Look at the quality of the casting and the amount of metal that was used - the width of the ring or its setting. Well casted rings have no pits (often from air bubbles in the casting process). The ring band should be thick enough around the whole ring so it will not wear out or break. Low quality jewelry often has really thin bands around the back of the ring.
Stones set in rings with prongs need at least 4 prongs to ensure that the stone will stay in the ring. Prongs should be evenly spaced around the stone. These prongs should be strong. If the stone has corners (such as a marquis cut stone), the corners of the stone should be protected.
Channel settings are one of the most misused settings in the industry. Be certain that there is a real channel that the stones are set in -- rather than an impression with a thin additional bit of metal holding the stone in place.
When there is a real channel, the stones will not come out under normal wear.
Diamonds Are Exquisite!
Love To Buy a diamond ring, but hesitant about the process? And the cost?
The web can give you the education about diamonds you need in order for you to know how to buy a diamond with confidence and in comfort.
How To Determine If A Diamond Ring Is High Quality
You should protect yourself from buying poorly made jewelry displayed as fine or high quality jewelry - as well as from jewelers who substitute cubics (such as sidestones) for diamonds.
How do you tell if the fine jewelry you want to buy is of high quality? What do you look for? It's almost impossible to see the difference between a genuine stone and a fake ... Your best resource to educate yourself about gemstones and diamonds is the Gemological Institue of America.
Clarity ranges from flawless (perfect) to I (included). Here is a quick chart:
Flawless: perfect inside and out
Internally Flawless: may have minor blemishes on the outside
VVS1, VVS2: have very very small inclusions. VVS1 inclusions can only be seen through the pavilion. VVS2 inclusions are more visible.
VS1, VS2: have very small inclusions. VS1 inclusions are harder to see than VS2.
SI1, SI2, SI3: have small inclusions
I1, I2, I3: have inclusions visible to the naked eye
Have A Personal Consultation At Elsa
To make it as convenient for you as we possibly can, we have happily provided you with many other options.We can set up a consultation in our store, on the phone, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our "contact us" web form to receive an estimate.
Want to know more about any elsa jewelry before you buy? And, all from the convenience of your own home .... Taking Your Diamond Ring For a Spin! allows you to make all the decisions about the creation of your diamond ring .
You may want to see the actual diamond in person to truly appreciate its brilliance.
If you would like one of our GIA Certified Diamonds sent to you, we will.
If you are not fully satisfied, we refund the full purchase price on the spot:
Please refer to our 30-Day Returns Policy
Why Should You Buy From Elsa Rings?
You may think we're a bit obsessed over our jewelry!
You will find it almost impossible to find this level of expertise and enthusiasm in any mall jewelry stores (or anywhere else, for that matter).
We invite everyone to shop around in your local jewelry stores and most definitely on the web. Which is why you'll come to appreciate Elsa Jewelry for our better quality of metal and stones, the very best of customer service and reliablity that is second to none.
Read what our clientele has to say about us: Testimonials for Elsa Rings
What You Should Expect
Actually, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the warmth and caring that our staff will exhibit!
Our Diamond Expert and Artisan Goldsmith work for your satisfaction, not commission. (***We're family owned and operated.) The staff will never pressure you into buying anything ever; the decision is all yours.
We keep you at ease at all times.
So, What is The Cost For All This Personal Service?
Your personal consultation does not increase the cost of your diamond rings or jewelry. We are always here to help you! Contacting Elsa Rings is easy. Your personal consultation costs you nothing more.
At Elsa, we know “Whatever is in your best interest, is in our best interest.”
Getting The Most For Your Money
Setting the stone, sizing, cleaning, and a lifetime of service, all come standard at Elsa - along with our superior craftsmanship.
Budgets For Your Diamond Jewelry
In any budget range, you'll have plenty of options. The quality and size of the stone, as well as the settings, determine the price. Use this chart as a rough guideline for what to expect.
0.5ct from $1,000 to $2,000
0.75ct from $2,000 to $3,500
1.0ct from 3,500 to $7,000
1.5ct from $7,000 to $15,000
2.0ct from $10,000 to $25,000
**NOTE: If you know you have $1500.00 or less to spend on an engagement ring, you may want to consider small, solitaire diamonds - or "Pave"
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