Jewelers with a huge online presence, like Jared and Blue Nile, are making waves. In a recent interview with JCK, Blue Nile’s Chief Financial Officer, Bill Koefoed, revealed that, to stay competitive, Blue Nile has made sweeping changes over the years, in part by revamping the company’s website, improving “diamond visualization”, and paying extra attention […]Continue reading
Amazon Prime Day is back for 2020 and promises to be better than ever for Jewelry! Last year we found some amazing discounts on name-brand jewelry. Each year Amazon improves on the previous year, so we are super stoked to see what they have in store this year. One of the issues we had here […]Continue reading
Main Differences Between Shane Co vs James Allen The main differences between Shane Co vs James Allen are: Shane Co offers natural diamonds, whereas James Allen also offers lab-grown diamonds. Shane Co works directly with partners they source with, whereas James Allen applies more general conflict-free standards. Shane Co offers more high-end rings as well […]Continue reading
Both Shane Co and Jared are reputable and well-known jewelry vendors with long brand histories. They both market a pretty wide range of precious items, settings, and models. Lately, they did their best to improve the overall online purchasing experience of their customers, although there are certain differences in terms of website appearance, customer support […]Continue reading
Blue Nile and Shane Co are some of the largest diamond retailers in the world. Most of their current activity happens online, on their websites, where you can order your desired engagement ring or any other precious accessory, from the comfort of your own home. Both brands are popular and they make efforts to create an overall good purchasing experience.
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It wasn’t until the 1920’s when Macy’s introduced a wedding registry that such a thing existed. Before then, giving gifts was a tradition carried over from the idea of wedding dowries, and there were some guidelines, but also a lot of guesswork when it came to selecting a gift for the couple. That’s why I […]Continue reading
It’s undeniable: engagement and wedding rings are no longer confined to traditional storefronts behind security cases, but more and more available online through retailers like Crown Jewelers. While online sales of rings are still an emerging market, growth is notable, with an average of twenty percent per year at least according to retailer Taylor and Hart.
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Even if you know nothing about jewelry, chances are you’ve at least heard of two companies: Kay Jewelers and Jared. From the iconic commercials with the catchphrase “every kiss begins with Kay” to the excited declaration of a newly engaged woman declaring “he went to Jared,” both companies have inundated the United States so much […]Continue reading
Considered an 80 billion dollar industry in the United States alone, the sheer quantity of jewelry retailers isn’t so surprising. Adding to that, Americans account for over half of diamond purchases every year. And nowhere is that more evident than through the proliferation of online retailers. From 2016 to 2020, American e-commerce is expected to […]Continue reading
All wedding rings are beautiful in their way, but few had gotten more attention than Meghan Markle’s when she married Prince Harry this past month. Made out of Welsh gold, it was a gift from none other than Queen Elizabeth II. And while it’s impossible to come across a ring with of such grandeur, quite […]Continue reading