Try Before You Buy? Brilliance!

Written by: Sue Fritz | | Jewelry

3D Printed Ring

When you’re getting ready to make a life-changing purchase for a significant other, you’ll probably spend hours on the Internet looking at pictures of rings. What cut would she love? What carat should you be looking at? You want it to be big enough that she’s excited to show it off, but not so big that you’re in debt for the rest of your life! If you finally do get to the jewelry store, you’ll realize that those Google pictures are no substitute for looking at the real thing.

But going to the jewelry store can be time-consuming, and you don’t want to deal with pushy salespeople trying to upsell you and convince you that bigger is always better. With Brilliance’s new 3D printing program, you don’t have to go through all that. You select the kind of rings you’d like to try out, and they’ll send you 3D printed versions of those rings for free!

You can use this one-of-a-kind 3D printing program to find your ring size, try out a diamond shape, or compare diamond carat sizes. If you have access to a 3D printer of your own, Brilliance will send you the design files so you can print out as many as you like. If not, they’ll print them out and send them anywhere in the United States at no cost to you.

So if you’ve always wondered what a 2-carat princess cut would look like on your future wife’s finger, or you want to know exactly how much smaller a ½-carat ring looks when compared to something larger, try out the 3D printed ring program at Brilliance. Don’t just look at Google images of someone else’s ring. See what your exact ring could look like, and avoid any surprises when you do pop the question. Except, of course, for the surprise (and delight) of your fiancée!

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