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18ct White Gold Ladies 0.25ct Trilogy Diamond Pendant
18ct White Gold Ladies 0.25ct Trilogy Diamond Pendant

18ct White Gold Ladies 0.25ct Trilogy Diamond Pendant

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not very good diamonds, you get what you pay for

LOL, I'm a jeweller myself and I always find it funny about the fictious RRP's companies place on jewellery, as this piece is worth no where near £300 and only do so to make it sound like you're getting a fantastic bargain.

The diamonds won't be very big, probably ranging from about 0.05ct-0.15ct each from smallest to biggest, so there's no way they can claim this price but £100 is a definitely a decent price and not that many jewellers will be able to beat that at their standard prices.

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you get what you pay for, if this showing an act of love then its sad , my wife wouldnt be happy, you get what you pay for. A decent stone on a chain will set you back a grand !!!

I agree... I don't bother going for what might look like a big gesture, but on the cheap... just be cheap to begin with. Try looking on [url]www.silver.uk.com[/url] for Valentine's Day. I've bought quite a lot of stuff off here now. Earrings and two pendants for the missus and a pair of earrings for my young cousin (just had her ears pierced). Okay, not gonna be top grade material, but the stuff looks very nice, the prices are great and they get pleasing results from the recipients! Well worth a looksee.

realfriendlyman;1502974

LOL, I'm a jeweller myself and I always find it funny about the fictious … LOL, I'm a jeweller myself and I always find it funny about the fictious RRP's companies place on jewellery, as this piece is worth no where near £300 and only do so to make it sound like you're getting a fantastic bargain.The diamonds won't be very big, probably ranging from about 0.05ct-0.15ct each from smallest to biggest, so there's no way they can claim this price but £100 is a definitely a decent price and not that many jewellers will be able to beat that at their standard prices.




how much for a decent, (not most exepensive I can't afford that and I know how much they will cost hehehe) 1.50 to 2 carat diamond solitaire?

greyhorse, please remember not everyone has a grand to spend on someone they love. . . . . If you think you need something expensive to prove you love someone, i'd accuse you of being vain and insecure.

To some people £100 is a LOT of money. . . . and jsut the fact that it is diamonds would be enough to show how much theperson cares.

Im lucky enough to not be in that category, but remember those less fortunate. Besides i have ordered this out of curiosity. . . if i dont like it im gonna send it back, but im hoping i might be pleasently surprised.

Also it is 18 ct gold which must equal quite a large amount of the value of the necklace.

Forbez;1503498

greyhorse, please remember not everyone has a grand to spend on someone … greyhorse, please remember not everyone has a grand to spend on someone they love. . . . . If you think you need something expensive to prove you love someone, i'd accuse you of being vain and insecure. To some people £100 is a LOT of money. . . . and jsut the fact that it is diamonds would be enough to show how much theperson cares. Im lucky enough to not be in that category, but remember those less fortunate. Besides i have ordered this out of curiosity. . . if i dont like it im gonna send it back, but im hoping i might be pleasently surprised.Also it is 18 ct gold which must equal quite a large amount of the value of the necklace.


2 true mate

I have personally purchased this item myself after reading this post as soon as it was posted..I wont lie i dont know much if at all anything about jewellery however this is a nice piece of jewellery and I totally here realfriendlyman had to say as it was constructive. But I do fall in to the category where i dont have mass money to hand to buy jewellery as long as its nice and the white gold is solid it can have the smallest diamonds there just a bonus for £100.00

However this is the problem buying certain items online you really need to see the items in front of you so i wait for the delivery which will be in the next 5-8 days so look out for my post once I receive the item.

elemenoopee;1503381

how much for a decent, (not most exepensive I can't afford that and I … how much for a decent, (not most exepensive I can't afford that and I know how much they will cost hehehe) 1.50 to 2 carat diamond solitaire?



Try Argos,
and have a good look at the stone
make sure it,s not milky
and if it.s a graded on it,s clarity and colour even better

most of these GREEDY jewellers just charge what they want ..... :whistling:

spoonofmilk;1503347

I agree... I don't bother going for what might look like a big gesture, … I agree... I don't bother going for what might look like a big gesture, but on the cheap... just be cheap to begin with. [COLOR=Blue]Try looking on ]www.silver.uk.com for Valentine's Day. I've bought quite a lot of stuff off here now[/COLOR]. Earrings and two pendants for the missus and a pair of earrings for my young cousin (just had her ears pierced). Okay, not gonna be top grade material, but the stuff looks very nice, the prices are great and they get pleasing results from the recipients! Well worth a looksee.



Jeez you must buy a lot of jewellery then as it appears the site is new as it says "Silver By Mail © 2008" indicating the site was only set up this year! Yet barely 3 weeks into the year you have bought quite a lot of stuff - my name isnt Thomas but I am doubting! Self promo maybe???


As for the comments about having to spend a lot of money to show your love - utter rubbish, I find a single act of love and dedication can be more effective than material objects!

If you have to spend money to show love and receive grattitude from your partner then you are in the wrong relationship, I regularly buy my partner flowers, not in the hope of grattitude or favours in return but because I know she likes them and most of all because I want to, she doesn't expect me to but I do, one of my exes used to expect me to buy flowers all the time, that relationship soon ended because she was shallow and vain interested in the material things in life.

If a partner puts demands that you must buy her expensive gifts then that is no better than prostituting herself and more fool you for pandering to her whims!

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