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What are the different types of engagement rings?

Wednesday, July 1, 2020 9:48:14 AM America/New_York

Different types of engagement rings

The engagement ring is a crucial piece of getting engaged, it embodies your story as a couple as well as the journey you’re about to embark on. It’s a happy tradition that sparkles joy and will always bring back a cherished memory.

At Lamon Jewelers, we have a diverse collection made by the most talented designers:  Coast Diamond, Gabriel & Co., Lydia, Nelson, and our vintage selection featured under Lamon Estate Jewelry. 

Although it can feel a bit overwhelming choosing from so many different styles, we are here to tell you more about the engagement rings we offer.

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Why is the wedding ring worn in the left hand?

Friday, May 22, 2020 4:50:20 PM America/New_York

 If you and your partner are nearing a prospective engagement, chances are you’ve spent a good amount of time eyeing different engagement rings.  

Maybe you even had a day where you were reconfiguring your daily rings to make way for your new diamond band.

Whatever type of ring you choose, there’s always going to be something consistent about it- and that’s it’s famous placement on the ring finger of the left hand. 

Everyone knows of this long-standing tradition and a large majority continue its existence because it’s all we as Americans have ever known.

But, what many don’t know, is that there is a historical reason why we wear our engagement rings on that specific finger on our left hand and that there are even cultures that traditionally wear their engagement rings on their right hand. 

We here at Lamon Jewelers are eager to give you the inside scoop and share a part of the fascinating history of engagement rings with you. 

 

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How to Buy Jewelry Online

Monday, April 27, 2020 2:01:05 PM America/New_York

Sometimes, nothing beats the comfort of your own home. While shopping at a store definitely has its perks of glamor and fun, shopping online has an easiness that can’t be beaten. And we at Lamon Jewelers know how difficult some websites make it navigate their selections, which is why we have curated and designed our website to be as enjoyable to scroll through as possible.

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What is a cushion cut diamond?

Tuesday, March 31, 2020 2:58:40 PM America/New_York

Congratulations! You and your partner are finally at that stage where you’re ready to take the next step in life as one. While looking for engagement rings, you might find a few styles you’re unfamiliar with, and we at Lamon Jewelers would love to take this time to talk about one of our house favorites: the Cushion Cut.

As a diamond cut with a strong presence in jewelry history, the cushion cut is known for its brilliance and for its pillow-like shape-hence the name.

 

Originally, the cushion cut was called the mine or the old mine cut, a name that traces its origins to the 19th century when diamonds primarily came from Brazilian mines. After the stones were discovered in South Africa, the style became known as the old mine cut.

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GIA: What Does it Mean?

Thursday, March 12, 2020 8:52:52 AM America/New_York

So, it’s finally that special time in your life when you’re ready to get married and are looking for an engagement ring. Somewhere along the way you’ve probably heard the term GIA diamond.

GIA stands for the Gemological Institute of America. This organization grades diamonds against its own test of quality so that you know exactly what you’re buying. A diamond having been graded by the non profit organization does not attest to its superior quality or cause for a markup in price. It simply means that the diamond was examined by a professional and its quality ( which obviously directly correlates to its price) was recorded on what is called a GIA report.

A large percentage of diamonds in the industry have been graded by the GIA, and when hearing that your selection has been, you should definitely ask to see its GIA report. While the document won’t outright declare the price it believes the diamond is worth, the report allows the transparency of the diamonds personal information that give you the security you need when purchasing.

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