Diamond Jewelry Retailer Reviews
Blue Nile is one of the best known online jewelry retailers. With net sales reported in 2015 of US$ 473 million it’s fair to say they are a popular, but are they the right choice for you?
Whiteflash has the best selection of high quality designer rings. They specialise in round Hearts and Arrows plus Princess cut diamond rings and provide excellent customer service.
Claiming to sell the world’s most beautifully cut diamonds is a very bold statement. That is the main selling point of Hearts on Fire who are one of the famous brands in the industry.
America’s favorite wholesale store used to have a good reputation for their jewelry. However the standard seems to have fallen if other reviews are anything to go by.
Zales is one of the longest established jewelry retailers in America. A truly global country, their e-commerce side actually accounts for a very small percentage of their annual revenue.
If ever a name summed up everything that is magical about diamonds it is Tiffany. It’s right up there with Faberge and Cartier as one of those brands known across the globe and instantly identifiable with the products it sells.
With a strong and prolific history, Rogers and Hollands now has a presence in 10 different states with 81 different stores, and truly is a chain store operating on an omni-channel basis. They are still family-operated with several generations involved in the business.
Robbins Bros. Jewelry is a California-based jewelry store specializing in engagement rings. With a long history on the west coast of the US, they have successfully expanded in Texas.
Brilliant Earth designs and sells engagement rings and other jewelry which is certified as being ethically produced. But how does the quality of their jewelry compare and is their proposition unique?
Leibish & Co. is an internationally renowned specialist and online dealer of natural, colored diamonds and colored diamond jewelry. The brand is one of the largest online sellers of colored diamonds, offering a variety of both fancy and ideal cuts for any budget.
Founded in 1971, Shane Co is a well-established family run jeweler with over 20 stores in 13 states. Pitching themselves as “committed to quality, value, and customer service, as well as offering customers a unique educational opportunity”.
Founded over 25 years ago, Brilliance.com is one of the largest online engagement ring retailers and a leading retailer of diamonds, engagement rings, and fine jewelry.
At first glance, Cartier’s website oozes elegance and style. With bold phrases such as “unlock your wish” and a panther as their mascot, Cartier is a strong brand. But how does this brand relate to the quality of their diamonds? Read on below for our review of Cartier.
Atlanta-based Union Diamond is one of the leading online diamond retailers. Having started out as a wholesale outlet for loose diamonds, supplying to dealers and retail stores across the USA and beyond, their business soon branched out into retail sales and they began selling directly to customers.
Appleby’s was established by Margaret Appleby in the 1950s in Dublin. It was a true birth of a craft here, starting in her family home and through word of mouth. The first store opened in 1960s.
Ben Bridge is likely a familiar name to you, especially if you’re on the west coast. They have over 80 stores across the country, and also in Canada. They are a ‘mall’ jeweler. Branches of Ben Bridge are as far apart as Alaska and Hawaii.
The Jewelry Exchange is a company with interesting, perhaps even inspiring beginnings. Learn more about them here.
If you haven’t heard of Forevermark, there is still a strong likelihood that you have heard of De Beers. Giants in the world of diamond mining, learn more about them here.
It’s a bit of a mixed bag when it comes to Enchanted Diamonds; brand identity issues, a confused aesthetic and inconsistency are some of the flaws that inhibit this company.