Knowing what you are looking for in a diamond is hard enough, with the minute differences between one stone and another causing dramatic differences in retail prices. But things can get even more difficult when less than scrupulous traders use misleading language to sell their products. This is something I had to educate myself on when my then boyfriend (now husband of almost 8 years) asked me to give him an idea of the type of ring I like.

As more and more couples get engaged after holding things off due to the pandemic, ring shopping is at an all-time high and so is the demand for ring knowledge. Knowing that a three-carat diamond is a nice sized stone is one thing, later finding out that you have misunderstood the advertisement––which is couched in such a way as to encourage such misunderstandings. And that in fact you are being offered a…

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