Nicole Wegman is the founder and CEO of Ring Concierge, a company that designs and sells customized engagement rings ranging from $10,000 to well into the six figures.
Wegman told Business Insider there are two main ways to spot a fake or synthetic diamond.
If the stone has too much rainbow reflection or if it just seems dull, it’s probably not a real diamond.
The easiest way to see the difference is to hold it next to a real diamond, Wegman says.
Nobody wants to get duped by a fake — especially when it comes to diamonds.
Nicole Wegman, founder and CEO of Ring Concierge, a company that designs and sells customized engagement rings ranging from $10,000 to well into the six figures, says diamond experts “can tell immediately” if a diamond is fake.
But for those who aren’t jewelers or diamond experts, there are two telltale signs that you’re looking at a fake diamond.
“Usually there’s too much rainbow reflection coming out of a fake diamond,” Wegman told Business Insider. “It should be white flashing back at you. A little bit of rainbow.”
The second tip-off will be …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Life