You get what you pay for, and that being said, Overstock has much better quality diamond rings, some EGL certified, on this website. A little more than two weeks before Christmas 2011, my (very) senior citizen mother saw an eternity band that I was looking at and announced that she had always wanted a diamond ring, but had never owned one. I was floored by this statement since the only jewelry that my mother wears, by choice, is a gold wedding band. Well, what to do? I had already purchased her a very nice Christmas gift and was totally broke, but wanted to give the old girl a bit of bling, so I deciced to purchase an eternity ring/anniversary band that she could wear along with her wedding band, and this ring is perfect for the task. Considering what I paid for it (and after I had it appraised), the ring is of a pretty good quality for the price, and is very well made, even though I almost went blind while squinting to look at the stones. I finally had to use a lighted magnifying glass in order to get a really good look at thing. The ring has an almost channel look to it, however if you are looking for something in the wedding band line, I would suggest that you look at bands that have at least two lines of diamonds, or at a one carat half eternity band. Anyway, my mother is happy with her ring, I keep catching her looking at it and smiling, which was the point. If she's happy, I'm happy. (May I also suggest that anyone purchasing a ring of this type invest a few dollars in the insurance? Things happen.)
- How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Image of stones appear much clearer and larger than they actually are.
- How accurate was the sizing? Ring size runs a little larger than those of jeweler's ring sizer.
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Good