Choosing a ring should be fun, but it can be confusing if you're suddenly confronted with term upon term that describes jewelry in ways you're not sure about. Some terms can also seem so similar that it's difficult to know what they truly refer to. It helps if you can figure out which terms in a description refer to a setting or a gem-cut style, but if you aren't familiar with the terms to begin with, don't worry.
Most people don't visit the jewelry store nearly as often as they visit the grocery store or even the pharmacy. As such, you may not be quite sure how to shop effectively at a jewelry store and get exactly what you want. Here are some tips for a better experience.
Visit when the store is less likely to be busy
The people who work at jewelry stores tend to know a lot about what they are selling, and they can tell you all about the various items available.
When you find that perfect engagement ring, you know you have the one. But if it takes a while to locate the best engagement ring for your needs, it might be in your best interest to design your own engagement rings instead. Here are four signs you should design your own engagement rings.
You want your engagement/wedding rings to match
Many people who design their own engagement rings do so because they want their engagement rings to match.