Our assurance to you, our client, is that you will get the diamond ring or fine jewel you want, while staying in your financial comfort zone. Regardless of the purchase price, the value of a Pieter Andries creation is assured.
Allow our professional staff to guide you in your quest to gain knowledge, and to feel more comfortable as you consider what to purchase. As this may be your first occasion to shop for fine jewelry, allow yourself time to discuss and evaluate the following components:
The design should reflect the unique style of the wearer and compliment the shape and size of the center stone that you have selected. The addition of accent diamonds or colored gemstones is something to consider as well. It is also important to keep in mind the durability of the design as the ring will most likely be worn on a daily basis for decades to come.
Whether your ring is made in platinum, 14 karat gold, or 18 karat gold (white, yellow, rose, or a combination); the metal you choose will make a difference in the ring’s wear over time, and also the overall cost. After you have chosen the color of metal, these factors should be considered when deciding on which metal type to use for your design.
The center diamond is only one component of your ring, but typically accounts for the majority of the investment. Your comfort zone in terms of price should not affect the value you receive. High levels of sparkle, brilliance, and scintillation, are the benefits of a superior cut. For maximum value, do not compromise in the quality of the cut. Remember, a grading report from an independent gemological laboratory does not guarantee the quality of the diamond. The Pieter Andries Diamond Grading Certificate does.