No one else treats you to a diamond shopping experience quite like we do. Finding your diamond should not be difficult or challenging. In fact, it should be fun with you feeling confident about your purchase every step of the way.
We give you your own viewing room to take your time and really look at and compare diamonds. You’ll also get to see different shapes, sizes and colors as you select from our extensive collection of loose diamonds.
Our relaxed atmosphere, highly-trained experts and professional diamond buying tools give you the confidence to select the diamond that is perfect for you. Our goal is to make sure that your entire experience at Robbins Brothers is just as incredible as your diamond.
Once in our store, you will be escorted by a sales associate to your very own Diamond Viewing Room (DVR) to view diamonds. Yes, that’s how we got the unique name for the room. Your journey begins here.
Once inside, our Associate will show you how to judge and compare loose diamonds using proper lighting, a gemscope and a paper grading tray - just like a professional diamond buyer would.
First, you will view your loose diamonds under proper lighting in a color grading tray. Diamonds are viewed "loose" so that no imperfections are covered by the ring setting. Our lighting will show your diamond’s true color and enable you to compare each diamond accurately.
Next, you will get to view your diamonds under a 10x magnification gemscope. The gemscope allows you to see any imperfections in the diamond and compare your diamonds in a way you never could with the naked eye.
After you have compared your diamonds up and close under the gemscope, your diamond will be weighed in front of you. It’s crucial to know the exact carat weight of the diamond, as just a point or two difference can significantly change the cost of a diamond.
So ends our tour of the Diamond Viewing Room experience. At this point, you will have chosen the perfect diamond for your taste and budget… and have the confidence of knowing that you understand, in a hands-on way, everything you need to know about the wonderful world of diamonds.