An engagement ring may be the most exciting and biggest purchase you ever made before. Because this is not a purchase you make every day, it can get overwhelming. That is why Classic Diamond House provides you with a step by step guide. Now you will be able to purchase your diamond with confidence that you spent your budget on a diamond that has the qualities that are most important to you!


To start, find out what shape she likes most. The most Popular diamond shapes include Round, Oval, Princess-Cut,  Emerald-Cut,  Asher-Cut, Marquise-Cut,  Radiant-Cut, Pear-Shaped, and  Heart-Shaped diamonds. The majority of diamond engagement rings today are set with a round diamond. And most of the remaining rings are set with princess-cut diamonds.

Use the tool to the right to view different shapes of 1-carat diamond set in a ring.


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You will find a wide range of diamond sizes are available within a given budget. See our charts below to get an idea of what size diamond you like best that suits your budget!

0.5 carat 0.75 carat 1.0 carat 1.5 carat 2.0 carat
4.91 - 5.30
mm diam.
5.76 - 6.07
mm diam.
5.98 - 6.66
mm diam.
7.04 - 7.63
mm diam.
7.77 - 8.35
mm diam.
Starting at $600 Starting at $800 Starting at $1,099 Starting at $1,600 Starting at $2,449


0.5 carat 0.75 carat 1.0 carat 1.5 carat 2.0 carat
4.91 - 5.30
mm diam.
5.76 - 6.07
mm diam.
5.98 - 6.66
mm diam.
7.04 - 7.63
mm diam.
7.77 - 8.35
mm diam.
Starting at $999 Starting at $1,599 Starting at $1,999 Starting at $2,999 Starting at $4,999


At Classic diamond house it's our goal to help all our customers make an educated, confident buying decision. Below is a summary of what you'll find in our Diamond Education

The cut determines the sparkle, also called brilliance, of the diamond.

When choosing a diamond, the diamond that is lacking color is the best! Grades D E F G H I J and K are the only grades carried by Classic Diamond House and are the best color grades

Determines how clear the diamond is. The best value in diamond clarity is a diamond with no inclusions visible to the unaided eye.

Diamond value rises with carat weight, since larger diamonds are rarer than smaller.

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