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We buy your gold and
Lane Jewelers - If you bought your jewelry anywhere else you paid too much! We would like to welcome you to your hometown jeweler in Burlington, NC once a customer-always a customer. We pride ourselves in our fine gold and fine diamond jewelry. We provide on-site jewelry repair so we can quickly mend all of your broken jewelry. This gives our customers the security that their precious items will remain in the store during the repair of your jewelry. If you need extra cash, we will buy your gold and silver. If you are buying gold and wonder what your scrap gold is worth, feel free to bring it down and receive an estimate while you wait. Lane Jewelers committed to providing honest, highly knowledgeable, creative and unparalleled service. We exceed customer’s expectations by treating every customer as an honored guest. We offer top of the line products at fair and competitive prices. We always try to be involved with the community and continuously build relationships with local charities. Lane Jewelers always provide honest and fair information to solve any request, challenge or problem.
Lane Jewelers has a dazzling array of rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and watches and offers many ways to add a little zing to your appearance. You can keep it simple and wear a few classic pieces or accessories with big, bold pieces meant to be noticed. You will gain the attention of everyone that notices your one of a kind adornment. Once you choose the part of your body you want to accentuate with a little sparkle, you will find many pieces to suit your style and budget. A piece of jewelry represents taste, personality, or the love you have for another person. Therefore, when you purchase a piece of fine fashion jewelry, you should be 100% satisfied with your purchase.
Flowers and chocolates are fine and all, but why spend the bucks on a perishable when you can get a fabulous gift that will last forever? Lane Jewelers reputation of excellence remains strong and now, you are invited to share in the excitement of owning your next piece of fine jewelry from Lane’s.
Whether you need your jewelry repaired are looking to buy fine jewelry or need some extra cash for your old gold & diamonds, we are here to help. Come visit us at 2553 South Church Street in Burlington, NC.
CARAT: A diamonds weight is
measured in what is known as a carat, which is a small unit of
measurement equal to 200 milligrams. Carat is not a measure
of a diamonds size, but rather a measure of a diamonds
weight. One carat can also be divided into 100 points. A .75
carat diamond is the same as 75 points or 3/4 carat diamond.
Because larger diamonds are found less frequently in nature, they
are more valuable. Therefore, a 1 carat diamond will cost
more than twice a 1/2 carat diamond, assuming other characteristics
are similar. The most important thing to remember when it
comes to a diamond's carat weight is that it is not the only factor
that determines a diamonds value.
CLARITY: Refers to the presence of inclusions in a diamond. Inclusions are natural identifying characteristics such as minerals or fractures that appear while diamonds are being formed. They may look like tiny crystals, clouds, pin-points or feathers. Inclusions are usually viewed at 10x magnification. The position of inclusions can greatly affect the value of a diamond. Some inclusions can be hidden by a mounting, thus having little effect on the beauty of a diamond. An inclusion in the middle or top of a diamond could impact the dispersion of light, making the diamond less brilliant. Inclusions are ranked on a scale of perfection known as the clarity scale. The scale ranges from F (Flawless) to I (Included) and is based on the visibility of inclusions at 10X magnification.
COLOR: Refers to the degree to
which a diamond is colorless. The farther from colorless that
a diamond's grade is, the less rare and therefore less valuable it
is. Diamonds are graded on a color scale established by the
Gemological Institute of America (GIA), which ranges from D
(Colorless) to Z. Icy winter whites (D-I) look stunning in
white gold or platinum. Warmer colored diamonds (J-Z) are
more desirable when set in yellow gold. Color differences can
be very subtle and grading is done under controlled lighting and
compared against a master for accuracy.
CUT: Refers to the angles and proportions of a diamond. The cut of a diamond refers to the exact proportions, quality of polish and the arrangement of a diamond's facets. While nature determines a diamond's clarity, carat weight and color, the hand of a master craftsman is necessary to release the diamonds fire and sparkle. A diamond has facets that allow light to enter it, become refracted, and exit in a rainbow of colors. As illustrated below, when a diamond is cut to ideal proportions, is carefully polished and has exact symmetry, light will then reflect from one facet to another and disperse through the top of the stone, resulting in a display of brilliance and fire. Diamonds that are cut too deep or too shallow lose or leak light through the side or bottom, resulting in less brilliance, fire, scintillation and value. The cut can affect the value of a diamond by up to 35%!
We also provide On-Site Jewelry Repair services.
Lane Jewelers offers Customized Jewelry Design, Diamonds, Fine Gold Jewelry, Appraisals; on Site Jewelry Repair. Whether you need your jewelry repaired, looking to buy fine jewelry or need some extra cash for your old gold & diamonds, we are here to help.
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