(Closed) Blue nile rings?

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
4509 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

Both my engagement ring and wedding band is from Blue Nile. I’m happy with the quality and value.

 I should mention that the diamond came from the NYC diamond district but that is only because we have a friend in the business.  I wouldn’t hesitate purchasing a diamond or setting from BN.  I’ll gladly order a right hand diamond band once we can afford to do so.


Post # 3
1372 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

We poked around blue nile before finally deciding on a ring from james allen.  The tipping point for us was that we could see actual 360° 20X View of every stone we were considering for purchase on JA’s website. Not so on blue nile.  But both sites will save you a significant amount compared to most brick and mortar stores, with tons more stone choices

Post # 4
7 posts
  • Wedding: December 2020 - Vancouver - Snowy Mountain

I had a wonderful experience buying my engagement ring from Blue Nile! When I was searching for rings online, I found this style, fell in love with it and could not find anything like it in stores. Budget was also a huge factor for me because in Australia everything seems to be way more expensive! While not all of the diamonds have the 360 degree 20x view options, I narrowed the list down to the diamonds that did, and refined the other diamond specifications I was after, and picked from those. 

Blue Nile were great with emailing updates of the order at each stage (which was great because I was super anxious with the wait!) and delivery was seamless and super fast. I would 100% recommend! I’m pretty sure I’ll be buying my wedding band from Blue Nile as well smile

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