If you’re looking for a diamond engagement ring for your loved one, look no further than A. Jaffe Designer Jewelry. A. Jaffe was established in 1892 and has certainly lasted the test of time when it comes to pristine craftsmanship and certifiable quality. Young Abraham Jaffe became enamored by diamonds at the ripe age of 26, and soon pioneered the West 47th Street jewelry epicenter in New York City. 120 years have passed, and little has changed.
What sets A. Jaffe apart as a jewelry designer is that every A. Jaffe ring is made from exceptional parts, that go together to make up the whole. The gold used in an A. Jaffe ring is 100% Nickel free (which means no nasty allergies) and the 18 karat gold is alloyed with 40% more palladium than other jewelers, which is basically giving you a guarantee that your ring stays bright white for the longest possible time.
The craftsmanship and design that goes into making an A. Jaffe engagement ring is second to none and can take up to 80 hours of labor in order to get each ring just right. Every master jeweler employed by A. Jaffe has at least ten years under their belts, and a skill set that has been passed down the generations. The square shank is a featured signature design, which means there is more comfort and less twisting of the ring.
By fully participating in the Kimberly Process Certification Scheme, every A. Jaffe diamond is certifiably conflict free and responsibly sourced, so you can be sure you’re wearing a truly trusted, quality product. Each ring also comes with a lifetime guarantee to demonstrate the dedication and devotion that A. Jaffe have to their work and their customers. All rings are customizable and tailored specifically for each customers sizes, shapes and needs so you can be sure you’re getting the exact right ring for you or your loved one.
So next time you’re searching for designer jewelry for that extra special someone on that extra special day, you might want to consider A. Jaffe – designers of superior quality diamond engagement rings. You will not be disappointed.