Anyone can download stock photos of different diamonds and put them online.
Also, anyone can upload CAD (computer-aided design) drawings of different jewelry artwork and claimed that they made the design.
What you should expect from an online diamond distributor is the willingness to share information and data with you.
For example, a series of actual photographs of the stone you are about to buy, videos capturing the performance of the diamond in different lighting or even essential information like grading reports should be made readily available to you.
Needless, these are all features you have to pay for and the prices in a physical store too.
Unquestionably, e-commerce has become ubiquitous in our lives.
Most of us are accustomed to buying everything online.
Another question can go like this: “What’s the difference between EGL and GIA certifications?
” If the jeweler tells you they are of the same standard and tries to push for an EGL stone, you will know he/she isn’t being honest with you.