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What to Know Before You Buy Diamond Jewelry

Town & Country's editor-in-chief Stellene Volandes KNOWS diamonds.
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Investing in or gifting diamonds is a rite of passage. Which is why it pays to do your research first. Whether you're searching for an unknown piece or looking for something new, knowing what to buy—and what to look for—is crucial.

Town & Country's editor-in-chief Stellene Volandes and O Magazine's creative director Adam Glassman are two people filled with such knowledge. Here, listen to their advice on what to look for when searching for this precious, one-of-a-kind gemstone, whether it's for yourself or a gift for a special someone.

Special Thanks to London Jewelers.

Jewelry featured from: London Jewelers, Messika by Gigi Hadid, Nina Runsdorf, David Yurman, Tacori, Verdura, Belperron, Jemma Wynne, Jade Trau, Sethi Couture

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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