(Closed) Best Online E-Ring Website

posted 8 years ago in Rings
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    Blue Nile



    Brilliant Earth


  • Post # 4
    941 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: February 2014


    Post # 5
    756 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: June 2014

    Mine is from blue Nile and my Fiance loved the service etc. the ring is stunning and appraised for $4k over what he paid for it (through a 3rd party appraiser). Would definitely recommend them!

    Post # 6
    119 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: April 2014

    i bought my diamond from blue nile because I found an amazing stone for an amazing price. But up until I found it, I was sure that I would buy from B2Cjewels.com . They typically have the best prices and great customer service. 

    Post # 7
    159 posts
    Blushing bee

    I vote for Whiteflash from personal experience, but would equally recommend Brian Gavin Diamonds and Good Old Gold as well (based on great reviews on Pricescope). They were incredibly patient (after 15+ emails back and forth, always same day responses) and let me ask their gemologists additional questions I had. They also let me change the platinum alloy for another alloy (personal preference of using ruthenium vs iridium) for very little extra cost.

    They are unique in that they are not drop shippers (they actually have stones in house), and they provide imaging tools past the lab certification that other vendors don’t, ones that show how a diamond will actually perform (ASET, Idealscopes, in-house gemologists).


    Post # 9
    111 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: August 2000

    Sent a PM, but I think it was too long/gets cut off!  Basically, Blue Nile, with no hesitations!  Brilliant Earth, never ordered from, but they seemed more expensive/limited in selections.  I also was looking at palladium, which both Brilliance and Zoara offers.  Worked with both, and Brilliance seems to edge out Zoara, but both had “issues”.  Both companies seem small enough that you end up speaking to the same people, get familiar with names.  Brilliance has a 30 day return window from the order date, Zoara has a 45 window from the shipping date.  Brilliance offers an upgrade program, but couldn’t find that listed at Zoara.  Brilliance told me they cast/manufacture in house.  Zoara’s settings (if I guess right at their codes) looks like they used Unique Settings and Adwar, at least the ones I was interested in.  Also, with Zoara- look at their diamond stock numbers.  Except for the first part, it’s the GIA number…makes looking it up easier if the link’s not working.  Brilliance, you have to ask, if it doesn’t use a proper link. 




    Post # 10
    86 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: February 2012

    I recommend D.Nea. You can be certain that the diamonds are ethical and eco friendly. Their blue diamonds are to die for! Customer Service is fantastic too 🙂


    Post # 11
    403 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: September 2013

    james allen

    Post # 12
    88 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: July 2015

    @LavenderBride24:  +1 – though mine didn’t personally come from here, I know some people who have purchased and from my browsing they do have a really good selection of diamonds and the prices seem fair too!

    Post # 13
    191 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: June 2013

    I had a really good experience with Brilliance.  My fiance ordered the diamond from them and took it to have appraised before having them create a custom setting.  The ring is perfect, the service was great, and it appraised for WAY more than he paid for it. 

    Post # 14
    2181 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: August 2015

    anyone have experience with the Natural Sapphire Company? we’re interested in a sapphire center stone, so I feel like NSC is a logical choice…

    Post # 15
    86 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: February 2012

    @pineapplez17:  I’ve dealt with NSC for a custom project. Their stones turned out to be cheaper because the cut is not amazing. After I saw some local cutters do custom cuts, I couldn’t even look at the chop job that was done on some of NSC stones. I ended up going with a local goldsmith and a semi-local cutter instead.

    Post # 16
    6 posts
    • Wedding: August 2010



    It’s actually a store called McGivern’s. My e-ring and a pair of diamond studs were purchased from their. Very reasonable 🙂 

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