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A PASSION FOR DIAMONDS
At J&J Jewelers we make diamond jewelry specially for you. We also carry a large selection of diamond estate jewelry and new diamond earrings, diamond rings and diamond pendants. If it’s diamonds you love, visit us today!
CUSTOM DIAMOND JEWELRY IN OCALA
Diamond jewelry takes many forms, from engagement rings and wedding bands, custom diamond rings, to unique pendants and earrings. J&J Jewelers is your diamond specialist in Ocala. Your local master jeweler, Charles Lancaster, will create the custom matching wedding bands with diamonds that you’re dreaming of. Renew your cherished heirloom diamond jewelry, we have created custom pendants from brooches, rings from earrings, and much more! Many diamond pieces we have created here in Ocala can be seen in our Custom Design Gallery.
Browse the Stuller Bestsellers Collection
Browse the Diamond Hunt Collection
Browse the Unique Settings Collection
The silhouette of a stone determines the stone’s shape. Popular diamond shapes are:
HEART SHAPE: A heart shaped diamond symbolizes love.
MARQUISE SHAPE: Because a marquise shaped diamond is similar to the shape of a boat, it is also known as a navette, meaning little ship.
OVAL SHAPE: An oval shaped diamond is a modern elongated round shape that can create the illusion of a larger stone.
PEAR SHAPE: The timeless pear shaped diamond is also known as a teardrop diamond.
RECTANGULAR SHAPE: Baguette, barion cut, emerald, and radiant are all different types of rectangular shaped diamonds.
ROUND SHAPE: A round shaped diamond is a symbol of commitment. Round brilliant diamonds are a popular classic choice.
SQUARE SHAPE: Barion cut, cushion, princess, and radiant and are all examples of popular square shaped diamonds.
TRIANGULAR SHAPE: A triangular shaped diamond cut in the brilliant style with rounded sides is known as a trillion diamond.
THE 4C’S OF DIAMOND QUALITY
There are many factors that determine a diamond’s value.
CARAT: This is the size of the diamond, and although it is one of the main factors determining the value of your diamond, there is more to consider.
COLOR: Most people think “white” when they think of diamonds. But there are also blue diamonds, pink diamonds, chocolate diamonds, and canary yellow diamonds to name a few. Color is a significant factor in determining a stone’s value. When we are talking about traditional white diamonds, those stones without any color or “colorless diamonds” have the greatest value. The exception are pink diamonds which are very rare and generally more expensive. Most colored diamonds, like purple, red, blue and even some canary, are irradiated to give them color. A natural colored diamond is a rare find.
CLARITY: All stones have natural inclusions or imperfections which can affect the way light reflects and also their value. These inclusions make your diamond as unique and identifiable as a fingerprint, and we can teach you how to identify yours.
CUT: The cut is the main determinant in the brilliance and sparkle of your diamond. Round cuts generally reflect the light better and appear to be brighter and have more sparkle than other cuts.