James Allen Ring Box
When you present your engagement ring, you want to make sure that your ring is presented in the best possible light, and the box that it is sitting in will undoubtedly contribute to that.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the James Allen ring box, as well as the box that it will actually arrive in when it’s posted to you.
On this page you’ll see the packaging we received when buying some diamond jewelry from James Allen. You can see James Allen’s official page on this topic here.
The James Allen Ring Box
The ring box itself is a nicely weighted red box that opens with an extremely satisfying feeling.
It’s made out of really weighty laminate, and feels very solid.
Once you open the box, your diamond will be sitting in some soft white velvet, showing it in its best possible light.
This material is white which works really well to ensure that your diamond itself will look as white as possible, and reflect as much light as possible.
The box used is the same regardless of the jewelry purchased. For example, this is the box that a pair of lab grown earrings that we recently purchased from James Allen was supplied in:
James Allen’s packaging
When you receive your ring from James Allen, the red ring box arrives inside a really nicely design white and silver box, which also holds the diamond’s grading report and a few other nice touches.
The box is opened with the tab on the front to show the ring box nestled inside
Underneath is a sliding drawer which includes documentation about your jewelry and a microfibre cleaning cloth.
The documents that are supplied in the box are:
- The diamond’s certificate or grading report
- An appraisal
- A quality assurance guarantee from James Allen
- A guide to caring for your new jewelry
What box does James Allen jewelry actually show up in?
Nothing would give the game away more than an engagement ring arriving in shipping box with a retailer’s name obviously displayed on it.
Thankfully, this isn’t a worry with James Allen. Your diamond jewelry will arrive in a box with nothing to indicate that it is from James Allen. The shipping box will look something like this:
Instead of having James Allen listed on the box anywhere, the sender is listed as R2Net Inc, which is James Allen’s original parent company:
As you can see, there’s very little danger that anyone would know that this box contained an engagement ring or other diamond jewelry.
Learn more about James Allen’s ring box here.