Helzberg Diamonds

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17,121 ratings
4.5/5

Natural diamonds at Helzberg are ethically mined deep from the earth's mantle. They are incredibly rare, making them a bit more expensive than lab-grown diamonds. At Helzberg, we also follow the Kimberley Process to ensure our diamonds are always conflict free.

Buying an engagement ring is an important and special purchase in your lifetime. Helzberg Diamonds is here to help you. We are happy to guide you through this exciting time with a step-by-step guide to buying diamonds. Great relationships make us who we are, and our relationship with you begins with your love and our diamonds. 

Helzberg Diamonds Sterling Silver 1/8 cttw Round Brilliant
  • 1/8 cttw Diamond Promise Ring
  • Sterling Silver
  • Diamond: I Color, I2-I3 Clarity
  • Round Brilliant-Cut Shape
  • Size 7
4.8/5
Helzberg Diamonds 10K White Gold Natural Aquamarine and Lab-Created White Sapphire Ring
  • Aquamarine and Lab-Created White Sapphire Ring
  • 10K White Gold
  • Natural Aquamarine
  • Lab-Created White Sapphire
  • Size 7
4.8/5
Helzberg Diamonds 14K Gold 1/10 cttw Diamond (H-I, I1-I2) Micro Huggie Hoop Earrings
  • 1/10 cttw Diamond Huggie Hoop Earrings
  • 14K White Gold
  • Diamond: I-J Color, I2-I3 Clarity
  • 12x13mm
  • Micro Diamond Hoop Earrings
4.8/5
Helzberg Diamonds 14K Yellow Gold Children's Hoop Earrings
  • Children’s Gold Hoop Earrings
  • 14K Yellow Gold
  • 7x12mm
  • Hinged Back
  • Child Size, Youth Size
4.8/5
Helzberg Diamonds Sterling Silver 1/5 cttw Round Single-Cut Diamond (I-J Color, I3 Clarity)
  • 1/5 cttw Diamond Heart Pendant
  • Sterling Silver
  • Diamond: I-J Color, I3 Clarity
  • Sterling Silver Box Chain
  • 18″ in length
4.8/5
Helzberg Diamonds Sterling Silver Lab-Created Blue Sapphire
  • Blue & White Sapphire Heart Pendant
  • Sterling Silver
  • Lab-Created Blue Sapphire, Lab-Created White Sapphire
  • Sterling Silver Box Chain
  • 18″ in length
4.8/5
how do you find the right diamond for you?
  1. Set your budget

  2. Pick your diamond shape

  3. Learn and choose the Four C’s of your diamond

  4. Pick your engagement ring setting and style

how do you find the right diamond for you?
  1. Set your budget

  2. Pick your diamond shape

  3. Learn and choose the Four C’s of your diamond

  4. Pick your engagement ring setting and style

setting your budget

This purchase will last a lifetime and it carries a lot of meaning and symbolism. There is no true formula or standard for creating a budget. It’s all about what is best for you and your partner. It’s a good idea to think about your budget before you start shopping online or meet with one of our diamond experts because it helps narrow your focus. At Helzberg, we help you find the perfect ring no matter what your budget is.

Fortunately, there are beautiful engagement rings and wedding rings for every price point. No matter your budget, you can have a beautiful and timeless engagement ring.

diamond shapes

Before making any decisions about diamonds or engagement rings, you’ll need to pick a diamond shape. If you’re buying the ring as a surprise, you may ask your partner’s friends what type of diamond shape they like. If it’s not a surprise, you could ask your partner to show you pictures of what they want — or have them bring the pictures into a Helzberg Diamonds store.

  • Round – The traditional and most popular (not to mention symmetrical) diamond shape. It’s round. A perfect circle. The round brilliant diamond is the most popular.
  • Princess – Square shape.
  • Cushion – A square shaped diamond with rounded corners.
  • Emerald – A rectangular shape with a distinctive step-cut facet pattern.
  • Radiant – A square shape similar to the emerald cut with a brilliant-cut facet pattern.
  • Oval – An elongated circle.
  • Marquise – A diamond with an elliptical shape that has two distinct points on the top and bottom. It’s sometimes referred to as a football shape, or a boat-shape.
  • Asscher – An octagonal shape with cropped corners, step cuts, and a distinct X in the center.
  • Pear – A classic teardrop shaped-diamond.
  • Heart – A diamond shaped as a heart.
diamond shapes

Before making any decisions about diamonds or engagement rings, you’ll need to pick a diamond shape. If you’re buying the ring as a surprise, you may ask your partner’s friends what type of diamond shape they like. If it’s not a surprise, you could ask your partner to show you pictures of what they want — or have them bring the pictures into a Helzberg Diamonds store.

  • Round – The traditional and most popular (not to mention symmetrical) diamond shape. It’s round. A perfect circle. The round brilliant diamond is the most popular.
  • Princess – Square shape.
  • Cushion – A square shaped diamond with rounded corners.
  • Emerald – A rectangular shape with a distinctive step-cut facet pattern.
  • Radiant – A square shape similar to the emerald cut with a brilliant-cut facet pattern.
  • Oval – An elongated circle.
  • Marquise – A diamond with an elliptical shape that has two distinct points on the top and bottom. It’s sometimes referred to as a football shape, or a boat-shape.
  • Asscher – An octagonal shape with cropped corners, step cuts, and a distinct X in the center.
  • Pear – A classic teardrop shaped-diamond.
  • Heart – A diamond shaped as a heart.

the four c’s and what they mean for you