The Heart of Gold

Look for a stone that scores high on color and cut, without worrying so much about clarity. There will be imperfections there but use a loupe (it’s a strong magnifying glass) to check out the stone before you buy it. The carat, of course, refers to the size of the diamond – and the bigger it is, the bigger the price. Don’t be swayed by such comments as “total carats” as it may just be a piece made from a lot of little, low value chips, rather than one solitaire.

New Moms love wearing their baby’s close to their hearts as a precious reminder of the miracle that has graced her life. That is why the heart of Gold mothers’ necklaces are so popular with new moms, like Jennifer Garner. The simplicity of this handcrafted Mommy Jewelry is the secret of its charm. The heart of Gold has two tag-shaped charms made from recycled silver. The large tag features a 22-karat inlaid heart of gold in the center and bordered by the words Babe Love, expressing exactly how she feels. The second tag, smaller by half, features baby’s name and date of birth. You can add as many charms as you like and even a special message of love and tenderness.

Pave – this one should be chosen for dazzling impression. Half or full ring metal is studded with diamonds. This gives the impression that the ring is made of diamond.

If you choose to buy one, go for the kind that she is likely to accept, since it is not good to ask her before purchasing. Ensure that you keep the purchase documents like receipts safely, so that you return for exchange in case she refuses to take it. It is also important that you ensure the ring as you may not know what happens. This insurance can include travel; that is if you want to propose to her abroad.