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Preferred Jewelers

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Preferred Jewelers

Huntington Fine Jewelers is a member of Preferred Jewelers International, which gives you coverage and peace of mind, even if you leave the area. With more than 200 privately-owned retail jewelry locations across the U.S. and in the Caribbean you can rest assured that we will help you to maintain the beauty and longevity of your jewelry so that your buying experience will last a lifetime. Read More.

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Special Financing

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Special Financing

Huntington Fine Jewelers offers convenient financing through three third-party vendors. Each of these vendors offers financing plans that can fit your individual needs.

Applying for financing takes only a few minutes. All our vendors offer interest rates, convenient monthly installments, and quick online payments.

We offer special financing with approved credit. Call for promotional details.

Key Features of financing your purchase with Huntington Fine Jewelers:

  • Convenient Minimum Monthly Payments
  • Instant Credit Available
  • Simple Credit Application Process
  • Extended financing options not available with traditional credit cards
  • Special payment options available

Contact Huntington Fine Jewelers today to discuss financing options for the jewelry of your dreams or click here and apply today.

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Request an Appointment

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Request an Appointment

Come visit us at Huntington Fine Jewelers today! Make an appointment with our premier diamond consultants here. A client specialist will contact you within 24 hours. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call us!


Oklahoma City - (405) 692-4300
Shawnee - (405) 273-4300
Midwest City - (405) 823-4300


 We look forward to serving you!

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Risk Free Shopping

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Risk Free Shopping

Huntington Fine Jewelers has been serving Oklahoma for over 30 years with outstanding customer service and unmatched quality. Our commitment to all of our customers is to give each one an amazing experience. We have created a relaxed and comfortable environment to help take the pressure off anyone who comes in that may be just-looking or in the market to make a Jewelry purchase. Our staff is loyal and passionate about their careers in the Jewelry industry. Each employee is friendly and knowledgeable about our products and services. Our store works together as a team, ensuring our clients have an amazing experience.

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Lifetime Diamond Upgrade

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Lifetime Diamond Upgrade

Huntington Fine Jewelers offers a Dollar for Dollar trade towards any Loose Diamond, Solitaire Diamond Jewelry or the center stone (diamond) of an engagement ring purchased from our store. The Lifetime Diamond Upgrade is given when the customer purchases a larger diamond that is at least twice the price of the original diamond. The Diamond Trade-up Policy is only guaranteed to the original purchaser of the Diamond, and must be accompanied with an original receipt and any diamond certificate if applicable.

Example: Purchase a 1/2ct Diamond for $2000.00 and five years later you would like to upgrade to a 1ct priced at $6500.00. The customer would be responsible for paying the difference in cost of $4500.00.

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4 C's of Diamonds

diamond 4 c's What are the 4 C’s of diamond selection? In essence, they are the four traits that make a diamond valuable. When they come together, they transform a lump of carbon into the near-indestructible crystal of fire and light that we know as gem-quality diamonds. Cut, clarity, carat weight, and color are the C’s that you ought to keep in mind when shopping for your new diamond—and we here at Huntington Fine Jewelers have the kind of expertise with diamonds that allows us to help you figure out the traits that you’ll want when selecting a stone for your engagement ring!

Color

We tend to associate diamonds with clearness, which is a side effect of the atomic structure of the diamond’s carbon molecules. However, in nature, diamonds are rarely found without some other material hitching a ride inside the crystal during its development. Most commonly, nitrogen gas gets trapped in diamonds, giving them a yellow or brownish tint. The GIA, the gold standard for diamond grading, offers a scale between D and Z for the color of white diamonds, with D being completely clear and Z being extremely yellow to the naked eye.

Cut

Diamonds, in their natural state, aren’t very sparkly or fiery. It’s when they’re cut into certain geometric arrangements that their true beauty blossoms. However, if those standards for each diamond shape aren’t adhered to, light can seep out and make even a flawless stone appear dull or grey. Again, the GIA grades how closely a diamond adheres to geometric standards by grading cut from “excellent” to “poor.” While the 4 C’s can be flexible for a buyer, we at Huntington Fine Jewelers advise you to be careful about diamonds lower than “good” quality.

Clarity

We mentioned nitrogen gas being trapped in diamonds during their development, but solids can get trapped in the crystal too; or the diamond crystal can be deformed during growth. Most often, small grains of carbon, silica, or iron can get caught in the stone like flecks of pepper. Unfortunately, these inclusions can block light from transmitting through the stone, making it less luminous and “dirtier” to the eye. The GIA grades clarity using a 10x loupe to determine how many inclusions are in the stone and how visible they are to the naked eye, using a very detailed scale from FL (flawless) to I3 (extremely included and visible to the naked eye) to grade the results.

Carat

Carat is colloquially thought of as a measurement of size, but it’s actually a measurement of weight, equaling 0.2 grams. While many stones increase in visual size with increases in carat weight, this isn’t a universal process for different shapes. For example, a diamond with a long table, such as an emerald cut, will appear far larger than a compact shape, like a round cut, of the same carat weight.