August 18, 2022

How We Make Your Rings at Our Factory Bargain Bazar Jewelers

By Bargain Bazaar
How We Make Your Rings at Our Factory Bargain Bazar Jewelers

Here at Bargain Bazar Jewelers, we understand how important your ring is to you. When you walk into our factory, it’s easy to see that we take pride in the craftsmanship of every piece of jewelry we make – from the design process to the finished product and everything in between. Here are five things about our rings that you may not know.


Where do we source our diamonds?

Bargain Bazar Jewelers is proud to source our diamonds from only the most reputable dealers. We have a long-standing relationship with our diamond supplier that allows us to get the best quality diamonds at the best prices. We never cut corners on materials and we use only 100% genuine, conflict-free diamonds in all of our rings.

Bargain Bazar Jewelers' customer service team has years of experience helping customers choose the perfect ring for their needs, so don't hesitate to contact them for any assistance you may need!


What do all these acronyms mean?

All of these acronyms relate to different aspects of the ring-making process at our factory. R&D stands for Research and Development, where we come up with new designs and ideas. QA stands for Quality Assurance, where we make sure that every ring meets our high standards. QC stands for Quality Control, where we inspect each ring before it leaves the factory. And finally, CSR stands for Customer Service Representatives, who are here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have. So next time you're browsing our website, just remember all the hard work that goes into your rings!


All diamond cuts are not equal

There are many different types of diamond cuts, and each one has its own unique set of characteristics. The most popular cuts are the round brilliant, princess, emerald, and marquise. However, not all diamond cuts are created equal. Some cuts may have more facets than others, or be cut to a different depth. Depending on the type of cut, a diamond can appear to be brighter or darker. Princess cuts, for example, typically have more facets in comparison to a round brilliant cut. As such, they tend to sparkle more and appear larger than other diamond shapes. Marquise diamonds will also typically look larger because they are shaped like an almond; that is why you often see them as pendants around women's necks. Marquise diamonds will generally also cost less because they contain fewer imperfections when compared with a round brilliant diamond.


Do bigger diamonds look better than smaller ones?

The carat weight of a diamond doesn't always indicate quality—two diamonds of different sizes can have different values based on other factors like color, clarity, and cut. In general, however, bigger diamonds are rarer than smaller ones, so they tend to be more expensive. Whether or not a bigger diamond looks better is a matter of personal preference—some people prefer the sparkle of a large stone, while others prefer the delicate look of a smaller one. Many people believe that larger stones are more valuable, but it's worth comparing the actual value of two diamonds before you decide which size to buy. If you want a diamond that shines brighter than any other gemstone in your jewelry collection, then go for a larger-sized diamond. But if you want something with an elegant appearance that will catch every eye when you wear it out for dinner with your significant other, then opt for a smaller-sized gemstone instead.


The Carat Weight Equation

When it comes to the carat weight of a diamond, people often think the bigger, the better. But that's not always the case. In fact, sometimes a lower carat weight can actually be more valuable than a higher carat weight. Here's why Diamonds are sold by their total weight in carats (ct). One carat is equal to 200 milligrams or 0.007 ounces (7.35 grams). So, for example, if you have a 2-carat diamond ring with an equal cut (1 ct per 10 mm), it would look much smaller than one with 1 carat and the same proportions because there is twice as much material in the ring.


All white gold is the same, right?

Wrong! White gold is an alloy of yellow gold and other white metals, like palladium or silver. The amount of each metal used affects the final color of the white gold. For example, a higher percentage of yellow gold will result in a warmer, more yellow tone, while a higher percentage of palladium will result in a cooler, more silver tone. So what does this mean for you? It means that you don't have to compromise on your perfect ring setting if you want something with a different shade of white gold. That's because we can make it for you in whatever color you want!


Gold quality and color are different things!

Gold quality is determined by the purity of the gold, which is measured in karats. The higher the karat, the purer the gold. The most common types of gold used in jewelry are 14k and 18k.

Color, on the other hand, is determined by the addition of other metals to gold. For example, adding copper creates a rose gold color, while adding silver creates a white gold color. The word gold refers to the metal itself; white gold refers to an alloy of mostly nickel with traces of copper or palladium.


Longevity of a ring - how much will it cost you?

We use the best quality materials to make our rings, so you can be sure your ring will last a long time. Plus, we offer a lifetime warranty on all of our rings. So if your ring ever needs repairs, we will be happy to take care of it for you. As for the cost, our rings are very affordable. We have a wide range of prices to fit any budget. And because we are a direct manufacturer, we can offer you the best prices on the market. Contact us today to find out more about our factory jewelry shop Bargain Bazar Jewelers and what we have to offer!