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0% FINANCING

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0% FINANCING

Albriton’s Jewelry offers financing through a third party vendor, Synchrony Financial. Through Synchrony Financial we are able to offer our customers several finance options, including up to 12 months interest free! Applying for financing only take five minutes, with just a driver’s license and credit card. Synchrony financial offers low interest rates, reasonable monthly installments, and quick and easy online payments. Financing with Albriton’s will allow you to purchase the jewelry item of your dreams immediately, while enjoying reasonable monthly payments. Contact Albriton’s Jewelry today to inquire about your finance options!

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OVER 100 YEARS IN BUSINESS

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OVER 100 YEARS IN BUSINESS

Albriton’s Jewelry has a long and proud history in serving Mississippians for over 100 years.Family owned and operated since 1920, Albriton’s prides itself on continuing the tradition of excellent customer service, high quality merchandise, and prices that reflect the amazing value we offer. Due to our reputation as a destination store, and having been in business for over 100 years, Albriton’s caters to customers throughout Mississippi and beyond.With our knowledgeable sales staff, and excellent product selection, we are confident that you will find your shopping experience at Albriton’s to be outstanding.

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FREE SHIPPING

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FREE SHIPPING

Items with a final sale value over $1,000 can be shipped free of charge to a customer’s local or out of state address. Items that fall under $1,000 will have a nominal shipping fee applied. This fee is determined by the method of shipment, weight of the package, and insurance to cover the item being shipped.

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30 DAY RETURNS

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30 DAY RETURNS

Items purchased from Albriton’s Jewelry may be returned within 30 days from the date of purchase. In order to receive a refund or exchange, you must have the original receipt with you upon return of the item, and the item must be in its original and unworn condition. The item must be accompanied by the original box, with all warranty cards and explanation booklets intact. Closeouts, estate jewelry, special orders, custom pieces, and altered items (including ring sizing) are not returnable or exchangeable.

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WATCH WARRANTY

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WATCH WARRANTY

All new watches sold by Albriton’s are covered under the corresponding manufacturer’s warranty for the respective timepiece. These warranties range from two to five years depending on the manufacturer and model sold. Albriton’s will issue a two year warranty for any pre-owned watch, or watch that has been fully serviced by Albriton’s watch repair department. The Albriton’s two year warranty covers only the service work done on the timepiece. Albriton’s watch warranty does not extend to normal wear and tear. 

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About Diamonds

The Four C's of Diamonds

Diamonds are graded and categorized by four main characteristics in the diamond industry. These characteristics were categorized by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), and they are color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. It is important that a customer understand how each characteristic interplays with one another to determine the value of this rare gem. In most cases, the rarity of each characteristic directly affects the diamond’s value.

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Color

The color of a diamond refers to its body color, and ranges from colorless or white to light yellow or brown. Diamonds with a rare color (blue, red, pink, or green) or high saturation of color are considered fancy colored, and are very rare, thus more valuable. The Gemological Institute of America has developed a color grading scale that includes all diamonds other than fancy colored stones. The majority of diamonds that are on the market today have a slight tinge of yellow or brown and therefore colorless stones are rarer than stones with a slight amount of those colors.

Cut

The cut of a diamond directly affects the brilliance and fire of the diamond. The brilliance of a diamond refers to the diamond’s brightness, or amount of light that is returned to the eye. The fire of a diamond is the spectral colors that you see when the light is reflected back through the stone. A diamond that’s cut grade is excellent or very good has more brilliance and fire than a stone with a lesser cut grade. Diamonds that are cut too deep or too shallow do not maximize the beauty of the stone, and therefore the value of the stone may be negatively affected.

Clarity

All diamonds have a distinct internal structure that is created when the diamond forms in the Earth. The features of their internal structure are commonly called inclusions, and can affect the value of a diamond. These inclusions are often invisible to the naked eye, and so jewelers use a 10x (ten times magnification) loupe to identify and locate them. The size and location of an inclusion can affect the brilliance and value of a diamond. GIA has developed a clarity grading scale in order to classify diamonds in this way. The scale ranges from the rarest and most valuable grade, flawless, to Included.

Carat Weight

Very large diamonds are extremely rare. The larger the stone, the more rare and valuable it becomes. Diamond weight is measured in carats, and each carat is made up of 100 points. A 25 point stone is equal to a .25 carats and 50 point stone is equal to .50 carats. Although carat weight is an important factor in determining diamond value, the diamond’s beauty is determined by its cut, color, and clarity. Due to this, it is possible for a smaller-weight stone to be more valuable than a larger one.

 

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