THe Rose Cut was developed in the 16th century. It has a flat bottom and domed top covered with triangular facets. The outline varies, but rose cuts are most typically round, oval, triangular or pear-shaped. In the 17th century, they gained greater acceptance and their facet arrangement became less random. Variations were always in multiples of six, such as a six-facet rose, an 18-facet rose and the full rose cut, which has a lower tier of 18 facets and upper tier of six facets coming to a point at the apex, which makes it look like a rosebud just starting to open. .
We guarantee your satisfaction with all
DoN diamonds and jewelry. Our return policy gives you plenty of time to consider
your purchase. That's why you can be sure you made the right decision.
*Shipment charges (both ways) apply
to any returned goods.Automatic $25 (Sat.Delivery $45)will be deducted from your original refunded
*Any Certificate or Appraiser changes are not refundable*Shipment charges will apply(both ways) for not being available to sign for package.Packages will be delivered to shipping address only, Due to high value packages No pickups allows at the delivery service centers.
Platinum Return Policy
Due to the constant fluctuation of Platinum prices, some platinum items are non-refundable at this point.*Note: ask for same item in white gold to be ship to you as a consignment, read more about Consignment Option
have purchased loose diamonds, you have 60 days to inspect them and make a final
decision. If for any reason you decide not to keep the diamonds,
we will accept it back in its original condition.
Jewelry, you have 30 days to inspect the merchandise. If you are not fully
satisfied with your purchase, we will accept it back in its original condition.
that are custom made are not returnable nor can be canceled once the order is
confirmed by one of our specialists. Custom made items are merchandise that
were ordered with specific requirements or requests that are not in our inventory.
If you are not sure if an item must be modified please ask one of our specialists
before submitting your customized order.
charges (both ways) apply to any returned goods.Automatic $25
will be deducted from your original refunded amount.
To return a diamond or jewelry item to Diamond on Net, follow our three step
Your Return Authorization Code
800-516-1412 and you will be given a Return Authorization Code. Write
this code on the return sticker found at the bottom of your original invoice.
Affix the sticker to the outside of the box you are returning.
Package Your Return
all original packaging and collateral material. If your item was delivered with
a diamond certificate and that certificate is not returned, you may be liable
for the $250 replacement cost. For security reasons, do not write Diamond on
Net anywhere on the outside of the box.
Insure Your Package
Please ship your return package back to DiamondOnNet.com via United States Postal
Service. We recommend that you use the following U.S.P.S. services:
with Registered Mail|
When returning your diamond, we recommend you use Registered Mail,
which provides insurance coverage up to $25,000.
Registered Mail is the most secure service that the U.S.P.S. offers. Items you
send are placed under tight security from the point of mailing to the point of
delivery. To protect against loss or damage, postal insurance is provided for
articles with a maximum declared value up to $25,000.
To ship via U.S.P.S. Registered Mail, you must bring the package to your local
post office, station, or branch. A postmaster may require that an article of
unusually high value be presented only at the main office or at designated
stations and branches
Visit the U.S.P.S. website for more details including Registered Mail fees.
We recommend you use Return Receipt along with Registered Mail. With Return
Receipt service, you get a postcard sent to you, signed by the person who
received your package.
A return receipt must be purchased at the time of mailing. The fee for this
service is $1.75. Consult your local post office for additional details.
For more information on U.S.P.S. services, contact them at 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777) or visit their web site at www.usps.com.
your invoice, if the price of the item you're returning is listed as:
must follow these instructions exactly, failure to do so will prevent the processing
of your return. If you have any questions about our return procedure, please
contact us at Sales@DiamondOnNet.com.
on Net will not be responsible for loss or damage of return shipments.
receiving your return, the item will be reviewed a
third party gemologist. Once the returned item is reviewed and accepted,
your refund or new item will be processed in just a few days Please note that
items showing signs of wear or those that have been engraved, altered, resized
(by a jeweler other than Diamond on Net), or damaged in any way cannot be accepted
for return. Returns with no Diamond on Net return code, and packages that are
improperly packaged or uninsured will be refused receipt.
Rough diamonds are also called unpolished or uncut diamonds, these are raw diamonds straight from the mines and no diamond processing done to it..
Rhodium is an expensive alloy commonly applied as a hard protective coating over white gold. This coating makes the white gold metal even whiter and prevents tarnish.
18 and even 14 karat white gold have a very light hint of yellow. In order to make a white gold match the white brilliance of platinum, most if not all white gold jewelry is coated with Rhodium. This rhodium coating will fade off for some period of time (normally 3 to 6 months). It is possible to replate your white gold jewelry to regain the luster of new rhodium.
We at DiamondonNet offer a no cost lifetime polishing and replating of Rhodium of any white gold jewelry purchased from us. All you need to do is give us a call and send us the item (fully insured registered mail) normally after a year then we will replate your white gold jewelry with rhodium. Please include a $20 check for the return shipment..