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FAQs

Q: What is the price of a particular design?

A: Pricing of each Carranza Jewelers design is based on metal type, design, and the colores gemstones selected, if you don’t see a price online, you may inquire about the price of any particular design by calling us or emailing us at carranzajewelers@gmail.com


Q: What If a design I like has been sold?

A: If a desired Carranza Jewelers piece has been sold, we will determine if that particular piece is available.


Q: Where can I purchase a Carranza Jewelers design?

A: Carranza Jewelers designs are available for purchase from any of our locations.


Q: What are the quality of diamonds set in Carranza Jewelers fine jewelery pieces?

A: All diamonds set in Carranza Jewelers designs typically are H color or above and greater that SI1 clarity.


Q: What finger sizes are available?

A: Carranza Jewelers rings typically created in finger size 6. Every Carranza Jewelers ring can be special ordered in any finger size. Please note that it is not recommended to size any Carranza Jewelers ring more than one full finger size up or down from its original state.


Q: How do I clean and care for my Carranza Jewelers jewelry?

A: The first rule for caring for fine jewelry is treat it as any possession of value. Avoid wearing jewelry during activities that could cause damage, including yard work, outdoor activities, sporting activities, etc. As for cleaning, keep it simple. It is best to clean jewelry using a mild solution of soap and warm water. After letting the jewelry thoroughly, and lay it on a soft cloth to dry. It is best to avoid cleaning colored gemstone in ultrasonic cleaners, or with harsh quemicals or abrasive. It is recommended to apply any lotions or perfumes proir to putting on colored gemstone jewelry. Pearls, opals, and emeralds should be especially protected from contact with perfumes and cosmetics.


Q: What is the difference between precious and semi precious?

A: The term “semi-precious” is somewhat misleading as it suggests that some gemstones have inferior value. Years ago, most people considered ruby, emerald and sapphire as the “precious” gemstones and all others as “semi-precious”. In truth, all natural colored gemstones are rare and precious and their prices are determined by the availability and quality of the gemstone.


Q: How can I judge the value and quality of a gemstone?

A: Simply put, the type of gemstones and color you select should be the one you like the most, the one that will give you the most pleasure to wear. However, colored gemstones are judged by their beauty and rarity.The same “four Cs” that establish quality in diamond are used for colored gemstones: cut, carat weight, clarity and most importantly, color. Color: The more pure and vivid the color, the more valuable the gemstone. Cut: All gemstones must be cut well to attain their maximum potential for beauty. Quality Cutting is what produces the brilliance and scintillation that captures the eye of the beholder. Clarity: Gemstones contain characteristic inclusions that provide proof of their natural origin. Those inclusions should not be visible that they detract from beauty of the gemstone. Carat Weight: Obviously, larger gemstones are rarer. However, some gemstones, such amethyst and tourmaline, routinely occur in very large sizes above 2 to 3 carats.

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Engagement Rings from Carranza Jewelers

DID YOU KNOW?


The world’s largest
Diamond was the Cullinan…

Found in South Africa in 1905. It weighed 3,106.75 carats uncut. It was cut into the Great Star of Africa, weighing 530.2 carats, the Lesser Star of Africa, which weighs 317.40 carats, and 104 other diamonds of nearly flawless colour and clarity. They now form part of the British crown jewels.

DID YOU KNOW?


The world’s largest
Diamond was the Cullinan…

Found in South Africa in 1905. It weighed 3,106.75 carats uncut. It was cut into the Great Star of Africa, weighing 530.2 carats, the Lesser Star of Africa, which weighs 317.40 carats, and 104 other diamonds of nearly flawless colour and clarity. They now form part of the British crown jewels.

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