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What are Affinity Diamonds?

Started 1267484959 in Jewelry Talk | Last reply 1267553684 by esmeraldagooch
I've read and looked but can't seem to figure out just what Affinity Diamonds are....real, fake, treated...?? Can you all help me out? Thanks...

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Just Jon12674850891095 PostsRegistered 10/6/2009
They are QVC's brand of mediocre-quality diamonds.

Shelbelle126748515836501 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004
You will need a microscope to find them!! I hate to sound so negative, but I have seen these pieces at the Q Outlet store, and I speak the truth.

millieshops126748539216685 PostsRegistered 3/15/2007
I have just one Affinity piece - it compares quite favorably to a similar ring by a top designer in the Sax jewelry cases- at less than 1/10 the price.
I suspect you have to be very careful. I've ordered only one other Affinity item - and that I sent back, not so much because the diamonds were poor, but because I didn't stop to think how small a presence the carat weight given was going to make. I should have known!

gisselle23312674857743371 PostsRegistered 3/24/2006
Real, natural diamonds. Brand name. Itsy bitsy carat weights, not worth the money. I've seen some that have .07 points of diamonds. Which we all know is just diamond accents, not deserving of a carat weight. This time last year, I found better diamonds in silver on HSN and JTV. Between them I got my suite of white diamonds in heavy silver settings.

Me-Mee1267490264233 PostsRegistered 12/21/2007
I bought a cross and the sparkle is dazzling---everyone commented on it --it is in sliver so I am worried about tarnishing

Crazy for ­QVC12675081328652 PostsRegistered 11/3/2007

esmeraldag­ooch126755368413298 PostsRegistered 1/7/2008Adopt a Rescue Pet, who rescues who?
Included ,off color diamonds. If they were proud of the quality they would list it as others who sell diamonds do.

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