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Birzon Jewelers is family owned
and operated jewelry store. We provide fine
quality jewelry at affordable wholesale prices. Our inventory
includes a wide selection of 14k jewelry, precious gemstones,
diamonds, certified diamonds, engagement rings, earrings,
necklaces, bracelets, wedding bands, pendants and anniversary
rings. We are located on Niagara Falls Blvd near Sheridan Dr in
We have been serving
Buffalo, NY and surrounding areas with the highest
quality diamond rings for over 50 years! We are
your local expert on engagement rings and all
other jewelry. If you need help finding the right Valentines Day
present, Birthday Present, Mothers Day gift, or any other special
occasion, give us a call today!
Proudly serving Tonawanda, Buffalo, Amherst, NY and the surrounding areas.
On your mark, get set, search!
There’s a galaxy of choices out there, and the best way to start is by browsing right here through our ring selection! Start flipping through bridal magazines or even visit one of our jewelry stores. Not sure what style is right for you? Look at the jewelry you already own – it’s often a good indicator of what you’d like in engagement and wedding rings. Do you favor white metal over yellow gold? Do you have a modern or vintage style? Is a classic style for you or something more contemporary?
A perfect fit
You’ll want to choose a ring that matches your personal style, but there are also a few guidelines for selecting a stone shape that flatters your hand. If you have shorter fingers, try a marquise, oval or emerald cut. These shapes will elongate your fingers. If you have a wide finger or have larger knuckles, try a setting with pavé or one with rows of diamonds for balance. There are really no wrong choices – when you find the right one, you’ll know.
The Four Cs
Once you’ve decided on a shape, it’s time to learn about color, cut, clarity and carat. If you aren’t already familiar with the Four C’s, now’s the time to read up on them so you will be able to make an informed decision when you are ready to choose your ring.
Sizing it up
Don’t sacrifice quality for size. A smaller stone that’s higher in quality will be worth more in the long run. But if the diamond's size is a major concern for you, you may want consider alternate shapes such as; oval, pear and marquise.
For the Groom
Guys play tough, and their rings should too. Platinum and titanium are all durable metals that won’t wimp out on him. The polished gold band is still the most popular style of men’s wedding ring.
Comfort is key
A wedding ring may be the only piece of jewelry some men wear, so the less obtrusive it is, the less he’ll notice it. Ergonomic bands with rounded edges and surfaces are the most comfortable styles.
Whatever you decide remember that it’s your ring, no one else’s. Make sure it ’s something you love – a keepsake to cherish through the years to come.
As with all precious stones, the weight -- and therefore the size -- of a diamond is expressed in carats. One carat is divided into 100 "points" so that a diamond of 25 points is described as a quarter of a carat, or 0.25 carats. Size is the most obvious factor in determining the value of a diamond, but now you know that two diamonds of equal size can have very unequal prices, depending on their quality. However, remember that diamonds of high quality can be found in all size ranges.
Because of their unique properties, diamonds, more than any other gemstone are capable of producing the maximum amount of brilliance. While minute crystals of diamond or other minerals are contained in almost all diamonds, a diamond that is virtually free of inclusions and surface markings will be judged as flawless. In these diamonds, nothing interferes with the passage of light nor spoils the beauty. But these diamonds are extremely rare and will command a high price. To determine a diamond's clarity grading, it must be examined under a 10x magnification by a trained, skilled eye. What minute inclusions there may be make all diamond rings unique. These are, in fact, nature's fingerprints and do not mar the diamond's beauty nor endanger its durability. Without high magnification, you may never see these inclusions. However, the fewer there are, the rarer your diamond will be.
Diamond Clarity Chart:
Internally Flawless - Minor Surface Blemishes
Very, Very Small Inclusions
Very Small Inclusions
Inclusions - Visible to the Naked Eye
The most prized diamonds are colorless diamonds, because their beauty depends entirely upon their remarkable optical properties. In such diamonds, all the colors of the rainbow are reflected back to your eye. While the majority of gem diamonds appear to be colorless, others can contain increasing shades of yellow to brown, some of which are referred to as champagne diamonds. Other diamonds of exceptional color -- red, blue, green, pink and amber -- are known as "Fancies." The color grading scale varies from totally colorless to light color or tinted. The difference between one grade and its neighbor is very subtle. Experts never try to remember color; they use master diamonds of known color for comparison.
Diamond Color Scale:
|Colorless||Near Colorless||Faint Yellow||Light Yellow||Darker Yellow|
Many people confuse cut with the shape of a diamond. The shape you select is a matter of individual taste, and today the skill and imagination of the craftsmen only limit your choice. It is their efforts during every stage of the fashioning process that reflects the maximum amount of light back to the eye.
Most round, brilliant-cut or fancy-shaped diamonds possess 58 carefully angled flat surfaces, called facets. It is the precision of each facet's placement that will affect the amount of fire, brilliance and ultimate beauty of your Diamond.
When a diamond is cut to good proportions, light is reflected from one facet to another and then dispersed through the crown, or the top of the stone (Figure A). If the cut of the diamond is too deep, some light escapes through the opposite side of the pavilion, or bottom (Figure B). If the cut is too shallow, light escapes through the pavilion before it can be reflected (Figure C).
Birzon Jewelers offers a fine jewelry selection of rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Our unique collection includes diamond rings in a variety of cuts and styles. We offer diamond rings and bands for every occasion. Our staff is here to help you find the right choice for you. Call us today!
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Q: How much did the pirate pay for his earrings?
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For those lucky enough to have been born in October, your birthstone is the opal. The opal is said to bring wearers bad luck unless it is your birthstone.
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"These gems have life in them: their colors speak, say what words fail of." ~George Eliot
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September's Birthstone is the sapphire. This beautiful blue gem is said to symbolize heaven and protect your loved ones from harm or envy.
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Did you know that Diamonds are virtually fireproof? To burn a diamond, it must be heated to 1292 degrees Fahrenheit.
|Importance of Comfort|
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A wedding ring may be the only piece of jewelry some men wear, so the less obtrusive it is, the less they’ll notice it. Ergonomic brands with rounded edges and surfaces are most comfortable styles.
|Did You Know?|
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The color of a diamond is usually pale yellow to colorless, but can also be brown, blue, green, orange, red, pink and black.