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The Best Tips to Help you When Shopping Jewelry.

Updated: Jan 26


shopping jewelry

Choosing the Right Jewelry Brands.



Jewelry brands

Many different brands of jewelry are on the market, and it can be overwhelming to know where to start. If you're unsure about what you want, start by considering the type of jewelry you'd wear regularly or for special events.


Would you prefer silver, gold, or diamonds? Are you interested in rings, necklaces, or bracelets?

Once you have a better idea of what you're looking for, you can start searching for it. Start by looking in your local community for the closest jewelry store.


You can find different stores, like well-established chains and quaint local jewelry stores, depending on where you are. A lot of the jewelry stores you will visit will carry similar brands such as where others may not. So you may find something more unique to you at a local jeweler compared to your box chain jewelry stores.


So it’s good to search and see what is out there. A lot of the time if you find something online. Chances are, you may also find it at your local jeweler.

If they don't have it, they can order it for you at the same price.


When it arrives, they will check if it fits properly. If the ring doesn't fit, it's a good thing that you bought it from a jeweler. They can adjust it to fit your finger in their store. This way, you won't have to deal with the inconvenience of shipping.


Plus, the good kind of jewelers will make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase through them. And that is the good business you would come to expect.


Gift ideas for your loved ones.



Jewelry gift ideas

A good friend or family member giving you a piece of jewelry for your birthday or special occasion is very special. Seeing their happy face is the best way to show you're grateful.


The key to finding the perfect gift is to find a jeweler with a brand voice that resonates with you and your values. A jeweler with great products from natural diamonds, precious stones, cut diamonds, and customer service with a product guarantee. Is the right way to find the perfect gift for either a special occasion, an anniversary gift or just to show your appreciation.


For other jewelry gift ideas. Think about a necklace with initials engraved or a solar watch that tells time and is eco-friendly. The key is to find a jeweler with a brand voice that resonates with you and your values. So whatever you're looking for, you can find the perfect gift here at Vernon Jewelers for that special occasion.


Personalized Jewelry.



Personalized Jewelry

Customized jewelry takes things to the next level of personalizing something special. Whether it's an engagement ring, wedding ring, or a custom ring for an organization, there are many options.


Vernon jewelers has been creating unique jewelry for many years. We use a variety of materials such as diamonds, rose gold, yellow gold, white gold, and silver. Whatever it may be, we create those moments to last a lifetime.


When designing jewelry. We work hand to hand with you on every detail to get your idea to come to life. We can send you home with wax rings so you can get creative to carve out a one of a kind masterpiece that will be around a lifetime. 


Choosing the Perfect Diamond for Your Ring.

Diamond stone settings.

These are 5 things to think about when looking for the right diamond. There are many different factors when it comes to finding the perfect cut diamond.


The phrase “cut diamond” doesn't typically mean the shape of the diamond. While the diamond is cut to get its shape. It basically means the shape of the diamond is a (square, oval, round, etc.


Whereas the cut, meaning the sides of the diamond and dimensions, gives each diamond that pizzazz!, the fire!!, that elegant look that someone would come to desire. Did that rhyme?? Haha


When choosing the perfect cut diamond. Be sure to work with a certified jeweler. Check and make sure diamonds are real as well as the carat weight of each diamond. You can choose between natural diamonds or lab grown diamonds depending on your budget.


Consider adding colored diamond stones like rubies, emeralds, or birthstones to enhance your diamond ring's appearance. You can learn more about those here.

You may also want to know the type of ring settings on the market.


like a bezel set, tension set, channel set, tiffany set, halo set, three stone set as well as a bar setting. You can learn more in this blog post titled "Engagement ring options for women and men. Find what suits you best!"


Steps to Determine Your Ring Size


Ring sizing near me

Let's discuss the process of getting fitted for a ring. Now they say there are ways to try and fit yourself for a ring from doing a print out of a ring chart or using a zip tie to measure. These ways of going about it is not an ethical way of going about it.


Anyone that wants a proper fitting ring will want go to their local jeweler to get their finger sized. A jewelry store has a ring sizer to measure fingers accurately and find the perfect fit for any finger type.


Traditionally rings were a lot more rigid when sliding on to fingers. Nowadays, jewelers make many rings with comfort fit. This means the band's interior rounds off instead of being flat. If your ring is uncomfortable to wear, this could be a sign that you need a smaller or larger size.


When getting fitted for an engagement ring, or a ring in general. Keeping the season in mind is important. Our fingers tend to swell in warmer weather and shrink in colder weather. To make sure your ring fits well all year, measure it at different times of day and in different seasons.


Additionally, consider any lifestyle factors that may affect your ring size. If you use your hands a lot or do physical activities, choose slightly looser clothes in case your hands swell.


It's also worth noting that men and women often have different finger shapes and sizes. Women typically have slimmer fingers, so they may need a smaller ring size than men.


In general, it's best to err on the side of a slightly looser fit for comfort. You can always get your ring resized if needed. However, if you're unsure about your ring size or are purchasing an expensive ring, it's recommended to visit a jeweler for professional sizing. Check out our home page for more information on ring sizing.


Remember that finding the perfect fit for your engagement ring is important not just for comfort, but also for safety. If a ring is too big, it can easily fall off and get lost. On the other hand, if a ring is too small, it can be difficult to take off during an emergency.


Ultimately, the key to finding the right fit for your engagement ring is to try on different sizes and styles. Don't be afraid to ask for assistance from a jeweler, as they have the expertise to guide you in finding the perfect fit. Your ring size may change over time because of fluctuation of weight changes or finger shape. Therefore, it is a good idea to have your rings checked and resized if necessary.


Trusting Your Certified Jeweler.

Certified jewelers

Don't trust strangers unless they have a good reputation in your local area. When choosing someone, make sure they are well-known and respected in the community. Also, they should be friendly, considerate, and engage with you as soon as you arrive.


It's important to ask if they are certified jewelers and part of a jewelry organization. Jewelers that have been doing it for years have gone through trade school. Most of these guys associate and register under the AGS (American Gem Society) or (Jewelers of America).


These groups work hard to protect consumers, keeping you and your money safe when you buy things. At the end of the day, a lot of it has to do with relationships and how they evolve. So pick your trusted jeweler wisely! 


At the end of the day. A great jeweler will help you get the high quality of fine jewelry to fit your personal style. Plus, having a good jeweler to help educate you while having a great time in the process is what your gonna want to have. Where its the little things that matter since 1884 here at Vernon Jewelers in the United States.

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