Wow, I didn't know they sold flasks! I was referring to diamond experiences (should've specified that! ) but it's good to hear that they have awesome customer service all around!I've never bought jewelry from Blue Nile, but I bought a flask for an ex and had it engraved with his initials. I had a great experience with them. The item was well-made, the engraving looked good, and it was shipped quickly.
wow!! How'd you get the code from Amex? I wonder if they'd let my BF use it on a BIG purchase??I've bought 2 things from blue nile... a pair of small diamond studs & a pair of pearl/diamond studs... the simple diamonds were heads & tails above the quality of comparably priced studs you might find at regular mall stores... the pearls were okay, but I wasn't omg-thrilled.
The shipping was free & fast, and amex gave me a code to use for 10% off.
I would shop with them again.
It's listed under the shopping benefits of using Amex... http://www.americanexpressofferzone...&searchtype=category&ctgryid=214&countrycd=uswow!! How'd you get the code from Amex? I wonder if they'd let my BF use it on a BIG purchase??
I don't know about this though, i did my research at Pricescope vendors and some BN stones of similar grade can be much less. Of course, beauty is not entirely judged by GIA numbers.I like them but they are way overpriced. You can get the same or better quality diamonds at other online vendors for much less