Known as experts in lab-grown diamonds, D.NEA is now offering a streamlined online experience with its newest website. The site itself allows shoppers to purchase their ideal engagement ring at a fraction of the retail price. As opposed to offering a limited inventory, consumers can consult a diamond expert who will search globally for stones to compile onto a list at varying low prices.
The website employs a sleek and useable layout that allows for easy navigation, giving shoppers a much more intuitive experience.
"Wouldn't you like to know how much you could be saving on your dream engagement ring? We provide our users with a concierge-style service. All you have to do is sit back and relax and we'll do everything for you," said owner Jeff Becker, who believes that this new website will give customers the stellar shopping experience they're looking for when searching for that perfect engagement ring.
Being one of the initial companies to introduce lab-grown diamonds to the designer jewelry market, D.NEA established itself in the U.S. over 10 years ago. The diamonds themselves are conflict-free and also an environmentally friendly alternative to excavating in mines. The lab-grown diamonds themselves are sourced from various distributors and growers around the globe. Companies like D.NEA allows shoppers to find a high-quality yet low price alternative to the typically mined, natural diamonds.
"The future of engagement ring shopping is rapidly changing," added Becker. "This is due to a confluence of several factors. For example, massive advancements in laboratory diamond technology and a greater awareness of the environmental, ethical, and humanitarian risks associated with diamond mining. In addition, the growth of
A pioneer in the lab-grown diamond industry, D.NEA offers high-tech, environmentally friendly, and conflict-free diamonds in a wide variety of size, cut, clarity, and style. D.NEA also has access to over 40,000 show-stopping diamonds at wholesale prices, and 1000s of stunning ring designs from multiple vendors.
Information originally sourced from Stockhouse.