The age of saying that diamonds are a girl’s best friend but don’t help relieve the reality that buying jewellery is a very daunting task that is not as easy as it seems. Typically, you want it to be a surprise, both as the purchaser and the person receiving the gift. But this puts a lot of pressure on knowing what to buy and because it costs a lot of money, there’s the fear that if you got it wrong then it will have cost you a lot. If you’re looking to buy your loved one some jewellery, there are some things to consider that might help you.
Knowing your diamonds
While it is true that diamonds are a popular and reliable stone when buying jewellery, there’s a lot more to diamonds than what would meet the eye. You can get different coloured diamonds, one that is currently very popular is the pink diamond ring Sydney. The size and quality affect the price dramatically and you need to decide what your price bracket is before going in with a credit card. With your budget set, the jewellers will be able to guide you in the right direction.
What other precious stones are there?
While diamonds are the go-to stone, there are so many other options to choose from. One easy way of thinking of different stones to have as a jewellery gift is finding out what the birthstone is of your partner. This means a little thought into the person has gone into it and you might discover something unusual and very attractive. If that doesn’t come to anything, you’re completely happy with, then maybe start with your partners’ favourite colours or colour that you’ve noticed which look particularly good on him or her. Speak to the jeweller for some advice once you’ve found a colour that you think works well. They will advise you on what stones will offer that and give you an idea of prices and where you can find them if they aren’t able to supply that stone.
What kind of jewellery?
Jewellery can be earrings, bracelets, necklaces, rings or even body rings such as belly or nose rings. If you know the kind of accessories your partner likes, then you can either buy something that he or she enjoys wearing quite often, such as necklaces or consider buying something that is not what your partner wears very often to use as a complementary item. Each of the different types of jewellery offersa different range of ideas and so it is important to narrow it down first.
Come up with your own design
Coming up with your own design is a brave thing to do, but the thought and effort that has gone into it will be well worth it. You can use a combination of things that you have seen your partner point out while shopping, browsing the internet or flipping through the magazine. Your partner might enjoy doing this together with you if you decide you want to collaborate.