As the winner of our prestigious “5 Diamond” Retailer Award, James Allen is the clear leader in all categories when it comes to online jewelers. People often purchase their diamonds through JamesAllen.com because they not only can customize their ring setting, but also return their purchase within a 30 days timeframe.
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For pure quality Whiteflash has few peers. Their A CUT ABOVE® diamond brand is among the finest in the world. Browse a deep in-stock inventory of AGS Ideal and GIA Triple Ex diamonds, all with advanced light performance images, and a portfolio of top designer brands including Tacori, Verragio, Simon G, A. Jaffe, Vatche, Danhov and Ritani. Read our full Whiteflash review to learn more.
Arguably America’s most popular online retailer, BlueNile has become a household name for buying diamonds online. Their website makes it simple to find exactly what you want, and allows you to search through a very large inventory of precious stones. All backed with a Better Business Bureau rating of A+.
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Not the most popular brand of online jeweler, but more and more consumers are favoring Brian Gavin diamonds because of the person touch their company offers. The Gavin family, diamond experts in the truest form, treat their customers as if they were their own family. You can be sure that you’ll get an absolutely beautiful diamond at a fair price.
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A well known (mostly) brick and mortar jeweler, Kay Jewelers has been in the diamond business for quite some time. The catchy tone you hear on their TV commercials “Every Kiss Begins With Kay” is backed by a large, corporate-like company that offers all types of jewelry to their customer.
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