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Free Shipping

We try and ship all orders within 24 hours of receipt (except federal holidays) if the order is placed before 12:00noon EST on weekdays. Weekend orders will not ship until the following Monday. All items are shipped fully insured with our signature gift wrap. Shipping is free for all domestic orders over $300 USD. Special expediated shipping requests may incur additional charges. Weston Jewelers will make every attempt to ship out an order as soon as it is placed with us. Please take into consideration when placing an order that our number one goal is to provide our customers with quality products that exceed expectations. Our attention to detail and quality control takes precedence in our continuing effort in ensuring your satisfaction with the purchases you have made.


We do not ship outside the United States at this time.

Weston Experience

Weston Experience

Weston Jewelers is a family owned and operated business. The store was opened in 2001 by Tracey and Ed Dikes. They have built incredible relationships with their clients over the past 19 years and have celebrated with them special moments such as the weddings of their children, and births of their grandchildren. Ed and Tracey treat their customers like friends and that is what makes the store so special. Additionally, they are able to offer their customers;

  • Source rare and specialty diamonds
  • Limited Edition Timepieces
  • Annual complimentary jewelry inspection
  • Complimentary jewelry cleaning
  • Lifetime Diamond Upgrades when purchased at the store
  • Complimentary local delivery for last minute gifts

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Request an appointment

We are available to answer any question you may have. Contact us either by phone at  954-389-7990 or email  info@westonjewelers.com to make an appointment to visit our specialists in person!

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Engagement Ring Buying Tips

Engagement Ring Buying Guide

After the exciting milestone of deciding to propose comes a very important decision: buying an engagement ring. Each couple will approach it differently. Whether it is discussed beforehand or you make an informed decision on your own, it is crucial to understand all aspects of the process as each part of a ring influences its appearance and endurance through time. This guide will provide you with the information you need to browse collections for the ring that is right for you and your love.

Defining Your Budget

While not the most exciting part of the engagement buying process, it is important to set your expectations by defining your budget. Try to develop a price range, so you’ll have a clear idea of how much you are willing to spend on your dream ring. You should also keep in mind that the center stone and ring setting are often sold separately, so if one is more important to you than the other, then focus more of your allocated budget on that.

Handpicking Your Diamond Center Stone

Picking the center stone can be difficult as there are a great many available options, and even two diamonds that may look almost identical to the untrained eye could have very different levels of quality. When selecting your center diamond, take into consideration the 4 C’s: Carat, Cut, Clarity, and Color. Carat is often the most misleading as it is based on the weight and not the size, as most people think. Cut impacts how much your diamond will sparkle because it influences how the light reflects off the surface of the diamond. Clarity measures the flaws in the stone and thus how clearly you can see through the center. Color actually refers to the lack thereof - a truly perfect diamond is colorless.

How to Choose a Stone Shape

The stone shape is the next big step in selecting an engagement ring. If you or your partner do not already know what you want, make sure to look at all the possible shapes to see if you have a strong preference. The symmetrical round-cut diamond has been the most popular shape for years, but princess and emerald-cut diamonds offer contrasting sharper, squared edges for those who prefer a more dynamic look. Other cuts feature elongated or combination shapes, varying facets and different surface areas, such as the oval and cushion cuts.

How to Choose a Ring Setting

The next step is the ring setting, which secures the stone in the precious metal of choice. An engagement ring is one of the most important pieces of jewelry your future partner will ever own. They’ll be wearing the ring every day, so it needs to be able to match the jewelry they usually wear. Take notice if your partner tends to wear white, rose, or yellow gold, or silver jewelry most often. If they tend towards subtly elegant jewelry, opt for a solitaire setting. If they prefer something more luxe and bold, chase a halo setting to amplify the sparkle.

Where to Buy an Engagement Ring

Now that you know what to look for when you pick your engagement ring, you just need to know where to go. Our family at Weston Jewelers has been honored to offer our expertise to those seeking an engagement ring from our Florida jewelry stores for almost two decades. In addition to helping you find your perfect engagement ring, we look forward to serving your every jewelry need, including custom design, appraisal, jewelry repair, and timepiece services. Call today or visit our website to book an appointment at our Weston or Hollywood locations, convenient to Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Parkland.

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