If you’re not a jewelry connoisseur, it’s easy to be confused by words like ‘karat’ and ‘carat’. Both are a form of measurement in the jewelry industry, but what’s being measured is very different. Carats are used to describe the weight of diamonds and other precious gemstones. In this case, however, we’ll be delving into the term karat, or the measure of purity when referring to gold, as well as which karat of gold would be best for you.
The Brinker’s custom design process can start in a variety of ways. Whether you bring in a rough pencil sketch on a napkin or simply have the vision in your head, we’ll be happy to schedule a meeting with one of our three Master Jewelers to discuss the next steps.
The 4Cs classify the value of each diamond. Every diamond’s price, rarity and beauty are determined by the combination of cut, color, clarity and carat (or weight).
Each precious metal has it’s own unique features and can be used in many different ways. This article will help you differentiate between each metal and learn which metals are best for certain jewelry pieces.