How to Find a Great Jeweller
Choosing the right jewellery store might not be a priority for many people; but considering the benefit associated with enjoying a cheaper price and a higher quality service – it’s definitely worth considering. In the past most jewellers operated via a physical location, so visiting a store was usually one of the only ways to find what you were looking for.
These days the internet brings two of the best options for customers together; the potential to enjoy a variety of jewellery products and accessories, and the ability to enjoy a discounted price
This in itself can present quite a challenge; should you go for the first online jeweller that offers free delivery in and around Australia, or should you do a little more research to find a cheaper price? Searching online doesn’t have to be difficult, especially if you know how results pages work and you’re keen to find the best deal for your money. Here’s a quick guide on how to do exactly this.
Keep your search as relevant as you can
If you’re looking for engagement rings in Sydney, then be sure to enter exactly that into a search engine’s input field. If you would like to find affordable gold rings, then enter that term instead. If you’d prefer to avoid international sellers be sure to mention your location, so that the results are as specific and relevant to your needs as possible.
Jewellery that uses expensive materials like diamonds, gold and platinum will carry a much higher price tag than those that make use of man-made alternatives. When buying stylish jewellery, it can be worth investing a little more into a higher quality item, as they will often increase in value as the years go by. As different jewellers will propose varying costs, you might find that you could buy a similar looking piece of the same quality from another supplier – and this is why it’s a good idea to compare prices.
Count your carats
If you haven’t heard about the carat system before, then you might want to look into it sometime in the near future. 1 carat is the same as 0.2 grams of a particular material. For example, a 10 carat diamond will weigh 2 grams, whereas a 100 carat diamond (whilst being very expensive), will weigh 20 grams. Prices are usually based on the weight of an item of jewelleries constituent parts. When you’ve found a jeweller that is selling a particular item of interest, be sure to calculate the carats and then compare them to the current market value to see if you’ll be getting a good deal, or if you’d be better off spending your cash elsewhere.