NET-A-PORTER has just answered our fine jewellery prayers

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    They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but wrapping your head around it all can be a bit of a nightmare. Luckily, digital retailer NET-A-PORTER is making life so much easier (and shinier) with a brand new global online flagship dedicated to their fine jewellery and watch selection.

    It launches this April and you’ll be able to find over 40 luxury brands all in one easy place, from Hollywood favourite Anita Ko through to legendary heavyweights like Cartier and Tiffany & Co. On top of that, the biggest change they’ll be making is bringing their Personal Shoppers into the fold – all of whom will be certified by one of the biggest names in the industry: the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).

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    Whether you’re looking to buy a gorgeous on-trend piece for yourself or know somebody who needs a little help buying an engagement ring online, they’ll be on-hand to provide expert advice and even help organise bespoke creations from your favourite brands. Another perk is that they’ll also be able to put together private viewings of the latest rocks to hit the shelves as well as reserve hero pieces from new collections, meaning you won’t have to psych yourself out trying to get your hands on the latest key styles.

    They’ll also be launching their Try Before You Buy service and same-day shipping for customers in London, New York and Hong Kong, with secure pick up and hand delivery for certain items. And if you’re looking to brush up on your jewellery knowledge, their team of experts will be putting together a number of buyers’ edits and guides that’ll cover everything from the latest trends through to how to look after your bling.

    Ready to drool over their selection? Here’s a few of their best pieces to invest in below…

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