NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 12/10/12 -- Diamondwave, a leading internet jewelry provider, announced that it will begin selling Crisscut Diamond Engagement rings by Christopher Designs. Crisscut is a patented technique in diamond cutting that allows the stone to be cut in various unique patterns that display the stone's true beauty and increase the value of the jewelry. The collection is currently limited to several designs and will be expanded during the first quarter of 2013. Breathtaking in design and set in 18k white gold, each ring is a masterpiece.
Diamondwave carries an elaborate collection of engagement rings that include single center diamonds, multiple diamonds, side tones, and ring shapes from low profile to vintage designs. Another extremely popular trend is to build your own ring.
Diamondwave's Martini Earring Collection and diamond stud collection are also great holiday finds. All diamonds are carefully selected and matched to near perfection. All stud earrings are in stock and available for immediate delivery.
Diamondwave is a premier diamond and jewelry online merchant that is headquartered in New York's Diamond district. Diamondwave's generous 45 day, no questions asked return policy and 10 year trade-up on certified stones have made it easier for consumers to feel secure purchasing diamond jewelry online.
Free shipping is also offered on all purchases. Diamondwave offers a series of educationpages/Page.bok">educational guides that help consumers understand the complexities in diamond color, size and shape. Diamondwave is celebrating this holiday season by providing a promotional code to save $100 on your next purchase of $1,000. The Offer code is snow100. Additional information can be found on the Diamondwave blog and FaceBook page. For additional information regarding Diamondwave and for media inquiries please contact Diamondwave at firstname.lastname@example.org
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