Engagement Ring Retailer Reviews
In-depth reviews of a range of US diamond sellers
There’s many places you could buy a diamond ring, but many retailers unfortunately offer low quality stones at high prices.
Click through to read our reviews on a range of engagement retailers.
Each review looks at the retailers on four key points:
- Diamond selection and quality
- Setting selection
- Value for money
James Allen review
Probably the highest quality diamond imagery on the web, but how does the service stack up?
Blue Nile Review
One of the original online diamond retailers. But are they any good?
Brilliant Earth Review
Positioned as the ethical choice, does their customer experience match their marketing?
Helzberg is a storied name in the American retail industry – find out how they compare to others.
See why this retailer is so well-regarded for their diamond quality and service.
Probably the US’s largest diamond retailer, find out whether they might be a good fit for you.
Do they deliver on their promise of delivering a better diamond buying experience?
Brian Gavin Review
Brian Gavin has a built a strong reputation for delivering only the highest cut quality.
One of the US’s largest chains of jewelers, find out whether size = quality.
Robbins Bros. review
Robbins Bros. just celebrated their centenary – has all their practice paid off?
Colored-diamond specialists who have the widest range of yellow diamonds anywhere.
Rogers & Hollands
Established for over 100 years, how does Rogers & Hollands stack up today?
Shane Co. Review
A 4th generation family business, Shane Co. should have all the ingredients for great service.
Owned by the same company as Kay and Zales, learn how it compares to other retailers.
B2C Jewels Review
Value-focused retailer with a good selection of diamond settings and high quality stones.
Positioned as cutting out the middle-man, see whether this is reflected in their service.