Insured shipping is FREE within the United States, Canada and the U.S. Territories. All diamonds and jewelry purchased from Whiteflash will be shipped via Federal Express Overnight® Monday through Thursday. Shipments made on Friday for Saturday delivery are available for $20. Due to the high value of the items being shipped, all packages must be shipped to an Authorized FedEx “Hold for Pick” up location. (FedEx Staffed Only). Photo ID and signature are required for anyone picking up the package.
On the day of shipment customers will be notified by email confirming the expected delivery date, address, telephone number and operating hours to the FedEx location where the package is shipped to. Customers paying by Bank Wire Transfer... read more >>
Poland is one of the most underrated countries in Europe. To most people, the word “Poland” conjures up images of negative stereotypes, endless cold winters, and bland food. But the real country of Poland is so much more complex than that—and makes an incredible, and incredibly inexpensive, Eastern European getaway. A fervently Catholic country with a strong local culture, Poland has many beautiful places, modern cities, and idyllic villages set in a picturesque countryside.
Poland’s bigger cities, such as Warsaw and Krakow, combine Old World elegance and architecture with the thriving arts and culture that have emerged in many countries in the former Soviet bloc. You’ll find young artists operating galleries out of factories that once manufactured cars, or musicians performing experimental jazz in the plaza in front of the former government buildings. All of these mingling of old and new has produced a wholly new style of Poland jewelry—one that borrows quality, craftsmanship, and motifs of Old-World Poland and refreshed it using the creativity and playfulness that characterizes the country today.
Polish citizens tend to prefer traditional jewelry items, so many items in a Poland jewelry store may look boring or even out of date to an American visitor. Poland engagement rings are often opulent and glitzy, but may lack the refinement many modern American consumers are seeking. However, in the art galleries and more trendy Poland jewelry stores, you can find intriguing Poland rings, bracelets, and necklaces that are utilizing these traditional themes in completely new and exciting ways. For example, look for stores near the trendy urban center of Warsaw that are repurposing antique Poland diamonds into edgy new jewelry settings made of steel and iron, or artisans who are creating sleek, modern interpretations of the motifs common to traditional Poland jewelry such as the cross.