Ring. Sunday , February 04th , 2018 - 06:24:15 AM
Now, there's two things you've got to know about this. First, the carat for a diamond, or for gold, is not the same thing. So for example, for gold karat is written with a \"K\" and the value of the karat isn't the same as for the diamond. And the second this is make sure you don't fall for the carat total weight scam. This is basically where they say this amazing ring is three carats, and you go oh, this is a huge diamond but it's actually a scam because the three carats is the weight of the whole ring including the setting and the band - not only the diamond.
Figure out what she thinks the value of her ring should be and make sure the ring is worth more than that. If she will be satisfied with a $2,000 ring, then make sure you get at least a $2,500 ring. It is always good to go above and beyond when it comes to her diamond engagement ring. This does not mean you have to spend $500 more than what she expects the value to be, that is up to you.
The price of the ring is only part of what you need to look at. The real price tag is the value. She does not need to know exactly what you spent, but the value is going to be on the appraisal so she will know that. There is nothing wrong with getting a $3,000 ring for $1,000. That is called smart shopping.
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