Post # 1
I found both a diamond and setting that I love from Adiamor… 1.4 carat oval in a French cut pave setting (still debating on halo).
What were your experiences with Adiamor? Were you happy with your ring?
Post # 2
Didn’t go with them but have heard good things from other Bees! Hopefully they’ll chime in.
Post # 3
Not me either but I just wanted to say that is a stunning ring (and I would skip the halo I love oval diamonds on their own) 😀
Post # 4
He bought my ring from James Allen. Blue Nile is great as well.
Post # 5
I used to have a thin ruby band from Adiamor. I’ve since sold it but they were great to work with and I was happy with the quality!
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2018 - Location
I don’t have a ring from any of these retailers but based on reviews I’ve read on this site and others, Adiamor and James Allen have better customer service/satisfaction. Brilliant earth is pretty shady, they make you sign an NDA…look it up.
Post # 7
We went with Adiamor! I found a diamond and setting I liked and sent it to my fiance. I actually found the SAME diamond (identical GIA #) on brilliant earth and it was $3K more. So naturally we went with Adiamor. My fiance said it was an easy transaction. He bought it and they called him about an hour later to confirm. It came within 5 business days.
Post # 8
My upgraded e-ring (simple solitaire setting, which they were able to slightly modifiy for me, and 1.85ct M R B) is from Adiamor. Totally sold transaction, good communication and everything went smoothly. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them. I know nothing about Brilliant Earth personally (though I have heard of their less the stellar customer service and shady practices), but Adiamor and James Allen are both drop shippers, meaning they don’t have possession of the diamonds but are ones of many retailers listing the diamond (often at different prices), which is why @minimalisticbee saw her diamond on both sites.
Post # 9
I haven’t used Adiamor but will say my fiancé used Brilliant Earth for my engagement ring and it was such a great experience that I went back and bought my wedding band. Honestly the NDA claims are surprising to me as I’ve had such a great experience and know many other people IRL who got jewelry from there (we have a showroom so I suppose it’s more common). In my case I happen to have a very particular aesthetic that is not necessarily on trend so Brilliant Earth just had more styles that felt like me (nature & vintage inspired).
Post # 10
Both my engagement ring & 7 stone wedding band are from Adiamor. They are so wonderful & the customer service rocks! We’ve even sent them in for free cleaning / have the prongs tightened & we receive the rings within two weeks.
We did have one issue – there was a visible inclusion in one of the stones on my wedding band. We emailed them & they immediately sent a return label. They replaced the diamond & sent it back within days.
If I type in the exact specs of my diamond into James Allen or Blue Nile, they’re always several thousand more than mine! I far believe Adiamor has the best bang for your buck.
Post # 11
I went to visit Adiamors showroom in LA. Their pieces were overall well contructed. And the director and receptionist were very nice. They brought out a ton of diamonds for me to see.
Post # 12
Absolutely gorgeous rings ladies!! Thank you for sharing your pics, and for all the advice! Looks like we’re going with Adiamor 😊
Post # 13
My rings are from Adiamor. I would recommend them. They have the best prices and I like their ring settings more than James Allen’s. Adiamor has so many setting choices and you can customize them, too.
Post # 14
All 4 of our rings are from Adiamor. Great experience with them! I would highly recommend!