Not all registries are created equal—and if anything proves that brick and mortar locations are overrated, then it’s Amazon’s wedding registry. Existing exclusively online, the Amazon registry is known for its ease of use, massive product selection and “universal features.” This means that you can add any product you wish to your Amazon bridal registry, even from other websites! Compared to other wedding registries, the Amazon registry has the world’s largest selection of items, ranging from flatware to small kitchen appliances to clothing to movies to pretty much anything else you can imagine. This huge selection also allows you to put a number of different items with varying price points on your registry, ensuring that guests of every financial background can contribute to your wedding day. Of course, the benefits don’t end there. You’ll also receive numerous perks when you sign up for the Amazon gift registry, ranging from completion discounts to shipping price cuts and more. Whether you are hoping to put a new big screen television in your living room to watch your wedding videos or want to host a fancy dinner with the in-laws over new china, you’re sure to fulfill your needs with the Amazon registry.
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10 Comments Mrs. Micah October 17, 2007 Nice. I’m glad it all worked out. My husband actually worked with an artist to get me a recycled ring (from used jewelry). Apparently it’s a lot cheaper that way as well. rose October 18, 2007 that is very interesting! i’m always just a bit hesitant to shop online and my purchases aren’t nearly as big, so that’s encouraging. plus it sounds like you saved a bundle! Lazy Man October 18, 2007 I looked at Amazon.com, but the price wasn’t as competitive with what I got through Pricescope.com’s search engine. I found some great prices from a company called Abazias. I was a little nervous, but Pricescope’s forums are extremely helpful and Abazias is publicly traded. bob October 18, 2007 @Mrs. Micah and Lazy Man It is good to hear that there are other places out there to catch a good deal – I am starting to become convinced that you are paying way TOO much if you buy it the “traditional” way… @Rose Yea, online shopping has its own pros and cons, but a lot of times the pros outweigh the cons… I think so in this case anyway… christ jewelry March 30, 2009 I once purchased an ancient greece drachma pendent on eBay at $175. It’s actual value is over 2K. If you can afford to take the risk of buying online, you can come up with some great finds! Cameron October 30, 2011 Hey so I’m looking at buying a ring on amazon but I’m not sure if I can get insurance on the ring, and I do want insurance. So does amazon.com offer ring insurance? Jon January 21, 2012 Hey, From what i understand, you need to look at if they send you a certificate of authenticity or certificate of appraisal. That is all you need to be able to add the ring to your home owners insurance or get a specific ring insurance. If not, just do what the author did, go to a jewelry store and have them appraise it. That appraisal report is all you need.
We looked for rings together. Being a lifelong non-jewelry wearer, I knew nothing about rings. From my research, I discovered that a man’s wedding ring is the most simple torus made of various metals depending on how much you love that person. If your love is real, your choices are Gold, White Gold, or Platinum. If your love is less than real, Titanium is a great choice. All other metals are for your marriages on the side, Las Vegas, or teen marriages.
1) Seller credibility: Check out the name of the actual retailer. See if they have a site other than Amazon. That might give you a better idea. For example, the engagement ring set has no user reviews on Amazon, but when you go to the actual site for the retailer—MyJewelryBox—and search the same set, you can see what people have to say. Some of the reviews sound like bots, but the ones that sound legit are saying that the ring was smaller than expected.
The next day, I noticed a scratch. Surely we have the technology to fix this. Maybe some buffing process? 1 week later, it looks like it’s been scraped on the ground. Observing friend’s wedding rings, they don’t look perfect and shiny at all. They look like they’ve been through some small war.
If you can get through all the cheesy heart-shaped stones and necklaces with angel wings, there's actually a decent selection of jewelry on Amazon. We asked Gemological Institute of America-educated Kristen Dowling, who's a cataloguer at Philips Auction House in New York City, about a few items we thought you might consider surprising your girlfriend with this Valentine's Day.
Sure, these carats of wisdom are important to keep in mind in whatever venue you're buying jewelry, online or in person. But you're almost always better off putting in the extra effort and buying your bling in a physical store where you can talk to real people and touch and feel and analyze the product. On principle, it's the thought that counts. But it's also the price that counts, and Amazon prices, despite deep discount claims, are nothing special.
I looked at Amazon.com, but the price wasn’t as competitive with what I got through Pricescope.com’s search engine. I found some great prices from a company called Abazias. I was a little nervous, but Pricescope’s forums are extremely helpful and Abazias is publicly traded.
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“But notice there are 25 diamonds! As you can imagine, small diamonds are much more common than large ones. If there was only 1 diamond weighing 0.99 carats then the price would be much higher. Also, the 0.99 carats is between two rings. Each ring only has about half a carat but they don't specify that. They only advertise TOTAL weight.”
I lost my wedding ring this weekend. I put it in my zippered pocket while I was at the gym. When I was walking home, I pulled out my keys, and it must have flung out on to the mean streets of New York City. I spent a lot of time retracing my steps. But I’m pretty sure it is gone forever.