How to Choose the Right Jewelry

In real estate, finding the right house is all about “location, location, location” but finding the right jewelry is a little more complicated.

When you are buying a gift for a family member, for a friend, or for a new partner, the right piece of jewelry resonates with that person. Jewelry is a symbol of your relationship and conveys your emotion, but it is no good if the recipient doesn’t love the jewelry item too!

Follow these simple steps to make sure your gift resonates with the person you are giving it to and conveys the message you want to send.

  1. Know your recipient. If you are buying jewelry, know if your recipient prefers silver, gold, combination, brass, or copper jewelry best. You can determine what they like best by thinking back. What kind of jewelry they have worn in the past?
  2. Make sure the piece is memorable. Although everyone likes a little sparkle, a jewelry item that resonates with an event, or a time in the recipient’s life is even better. Can you think of a time or place that means a lot to your gift recipient?
  3. Find the right size. Rings are not the only jewelry item where size matters! Pendants come in many different sizes and a pendant that is too small will be lost, but a pendant that is too heavy will be uncomfortable to wear. The same holds true for chains, bracelets, and other accessories. Take a clue from the jewelry and accessories they wear. Does your gift recipient wear large or small jewelry items?
  4. Once you narrow your search to two items, chose the one with higher quality. You want your gift to last, and your gift recipient will appreciate your attention to detail, and the long-lasting quality of your gift.

Following these four tips and tricks will help ensure that your gift is truly enjoyed, for a long time to come.

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