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Diamonds
Natural diamonds on Earth can only be found in a few places. Their scarcity and beauty have lead to high prices, especially for those with difficult cuts or striking colors. Diamonds are often placed in silver, platinum, yellow gold, and white gold jewelry such as pendants, watches, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. Not all diamonds are fit for engagement rings, wedding bands, and other types of jewelry. In fact, many man-made versions are used in industrial applications. Manufacturing companies buy them to cut thick, heavy substances like steel and rock. Jewelry diamonds have a higher grading than those used for industrial applications, but there are still different levels of quality that are used in earrings and engagement rings. The quality often depends on the cut and carat of the diamond. Those with high carats are large diamonds, which usually cost more than those of smaller sizes. Carats are often used to measure the sizes of other precious gems like emeralds and gemstones, but it should not be confused with the word carat that refers to the purity of gold. Jewelry designers usually purchase loose diamonds from wholesale distributors that give them discounted prices for their bulk orders. This helps them keep their prices low to attract more customers. Jewelers, however, have to pay close attention to the clarity and cut of the diamonds that they use to make anniversary rings, bracelets, and other types of jewelry. You can learn more about round, solitaire, princess, and emerald cuts by searching for diamonds on the internet. You will also find the web pages of antique dealers and jewelers who have a wide variety of merchandise available for purchase.
 
Industrial Diamond Association
Columbus, OH 43231
The Industrial Diamond Association is responsible for business development and additional resources for domestic diamond producers. Find the best wholesale diamond prices through our association.
 
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Cleves & Lonnemann Jewelers
319 Fairfield Ave, Bellevue, KY 41073
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(859) 261-3636
 
User Review: "My family only buys jewelry from cleves and lonnemann. My dad bought my mom's engagement ring there in 1942 days before..." - Mike (OH)
Denig Jewelers
677 High St, Columbus, OH 43085
Our family owned jewelry store will help you celebrate life's milestones with excellent service and a wide variety of beautiful engagement rings, earrings, necklaces & more at competitive prices.
(614) 885-6164
Old World Jewelry
4017 N Main St, Dayton, OH 45405
(937) 275-3226
Rife William Co Jewelers
2411 Far Hills Ave, Dayton, OH 45419
(937) 293-0043
Rogers Jewelers
2727 Fairfield Commons Blvd St, Dayton, OH 45431
(937) 320-1151
Marlyn Jewelers
8500 N Main St Ste A, Dayton, OH 45415
(937) 898-8670
Rogers Jewelers
2700 Miamisburg Centerville Rd Ste 920, Dayton, OH 45459
(937) 438-1068
Rapp Jewelers Inc
7 W National Rd, Englewood, OH 45322
(937) 836-6243
Rogers Jewelers
3461 Towne Blvd Unit 432, Franklin, OH 45005
(513) 423-9268
Samuels Jewelers
1475 Upper Valley Pike Ste 202, Springfield, OH 45504
(937) 325-7646
Marsha's Gold Jewelry
6834 Tylersville Rd, West Chester, OH 45069
(513) 779-1219
Bacovin Jewelers Anthony & Rich Diamond Brkrs
3755 Hamilton Cleves Rd, Hamilton, OH 45013
(513) 738-4400
Bortz Philip Jewelers
11330 Montgomery Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45249
(513) 469-8697
Finer Diamonds
137 E Kemper Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 671-2554
Zales Jewelers
11700 Princeton Pike Unit A12, Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 671-7685


Diamond solitaires are traditional as engagement rings. If you are shopping for a diamond, you may wonder where to begin. If you go to a reputable dealer, you will find store representatives that are willing to teach you about color, cut and clarity. You can find jewelers at retail stores in shopping plazas. Customers can also find diamonds at estate sales and jewelry exchanges. Ask friends and family where they would go to buy a diamond. Diamonds vary in price according to clarity, color and size. For example, you may be able to buy a necklace with many small diamonds or a solitaire ring for a same price. You may sacrifice carat size for a higher grade diamond with better clarity. Find out if the recipient prefers earrings or necklaces. Does he or she prefer a round cut? Should the setting be in yellow or white gold? If the diamond does not have to be a surprise, then bring the intended recipient to the jewelry store with you. Good customer service representatives will give you plenty of time to browse without pressuring you to make a decision. If you are not buying loose diamonds, some customers prefer to view designs online and then describe what they want to a local seller.
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