Thursday, 2 February 2017

JP Signature Cuts Diamonds: Photoshoot

Hello Guys! Let's extend the celebration of the Rooster year with this stunning shots I did this week. 
Photography has always been one of my hobby that I enjoy during my spare time. These are some photos I did on JannPaul's Signature cuts.

The Cushion Brellia (World's first Cushion Hearts & Arrows diamond) sitting on a leaf. This was taken just after a light rain shower. You can still see some remaining rain droplets on the leaf. It highlights the beauty of mother nature; the seosonal cycles and natural formation of the diamond.

This an Octagon Cut Hearts & Arrows diamond standing on top of our internet router, showing you its modern edge and distinct 8 arrows. 

The Solasfera (10 Hearts & Arrows) on a tightly knitted cloth. Notice the strong reflection of the Solasfera at the bottom of the cloth? The Solasfera has 91 facets and extreme scintillaion. It was very difficult to get this shot without the colorful glares from the diamond.

Here's a natural shot of the Super Ideal Cut diamond on a peice of skin wood. I picked this up under the tree on the way to work and thought it would make a nice background with its beutiful texture.

Thank You for checking in this post and I will get back to you on my next diamond photoshoot.
PS:  If you want to have this kind of photos, you can request or email us in JannPaul :)
Just look for me (Sam), and I'll be more than happy to take these photos for you.

- Samuel Belandres

Sunday, 26 October 2014

How to remove a ring stuck on your finger

Hi guys, this will be my very first video. 

In this video,I am going to be showing you how to remove a ring stuck on your finger

I hope you find this video helpful. 

Thank you for watching!

Friday, 9 August 2013

JANNPAUL After-Sales Services

JANNPAUL rings include after-sales services such as:

  • 1 Free laser engraving
  • 2 Free ring resizing
  • 2 Free replating/repolishing of your ring
  • 1 Free Hearts and Arrows Scope

Ring Collection, Resizing, Polishing or engraving

For ring collection, resizing, polishing or engraving, an appointment is not needed.

Please feel free to drop by anytime during our office hours, from Monday to Friday (10.30am - 7.30pm).


For ring resizing, replating or engraving services, it will take about 2 to 3 weeks .

Payment Method
JANNPAUL provides 12 months interest free monthly installments for UOB, DBS, Standard ManHantan Card and Citibank credit cardholders.

We are very flexible with our payment methods; customers may split payment in cash and installment, for example, 50% in cash and 50% installment.

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

How to know your girlfriend's ring size

      This time I would like to share for you how to know your girlfriend's ring size which is one of the problems facing any man - is discovering what size of the ring can fit.

Finding out your girlfriend’s ring size, if you’re trying to keep your proposal a surprise, requires a certain amount of ingenuity – and sometimes the help of her mother or a friend. Here are some ideas:

  • If she already wears a ring on one of her ring fingers and takes it off at night, then this may give you (or her mother or friend) the opportunity to quickly figure out the size. This you can do either by:
    • pressing it into a small bar of soft soap to leave an imprint
    • tracing a line round the inside of the ring onto a piece of paper, or
    • pushing the ring down onto one of your fingers, as far as it will go and making a small pen mark at the point where it stops – then measure round your finger to determine her ring size. (Note: If you’re using the soap trick then do remember to wipe any traces of soap off the ring before you put it back)
  • Check out her jewelry box for a ring you can borrow or take a tracing, as described above.
    Where possible take one that you know she wears on her ring finger, in case you take one that she wears on a different size finger – or is one that doesn’t fit her any more.
  • Take a piece of string when she’s asleep and gently wind it once round her finger. Make sure that the string is not wound round too tight and that it can be moved gently over her knuckle. Take hold of it at the point where it meets the end of the string and then gently remove the string from her finger, whilst keeping hold of the meeting point. Make a pen mark or cut the string length at this point. Measure the short piece of string to figure out her ring size. This trick can be difficult to achieve if she’s a light sleeper. Plus the sizing may not always be totally accurate. However, it can provide a guideline.
  • This next trick is a good way of checking whether your string measurement was correct. Buy an inexpensive but pretty costume jewelry ring in the size of your measurement. If however, you haven’t been able to do the string trick, then aim to buy a costume ring that is a size 6 – since this is the average ring size for a girl (or, if you suspect that her fingers are larger than the average girl, get a larger size) Next, pretend that you’ve either a) found it lying in the street b) won it in a competition, or c)say that your friend bought it as a present for his girlfriend but it doesn’t fit her. Offer the ring to your girlfriend. Hopefully, she’ll like it enough to try it on and you can see how well it fits her finger. This trick can also be a good way to check out her taste in jewelry – for example: try and get a costume ring in a similar style to the one you are thinking of buying her as an engagement ring.
  • Get help from your girlfriend’s mother or a good friend, who can keep a secret. Ask them to include a window shopping trip to a jeweller and try on some rings, the next time they go shopping with your girl friend. This is a good way to discover not just the ring size but your girlfriend’s preference for ring styles as well.
  • If all else fails, you will either have to:
    • guess the size and have the ring re-sized if you get it wrong (so make sure when you buy the ring that it can be re-sized, or
    • let your girlfriend in on part of the secret by suggesting that she try on some rings whilst you are out shopping one day. Now she’ll probably guess what you’re planning but won’t know when or where. However, at least this way, you’ll know her exact ring size and have a better idea about her likes and dislikes. Plus, by her reaction to the jewelry trip, you’ll get a good idea as to whether she’s likely to accept your eventual marriage proposal.
So I'll give you this ring sizing chart link that gives you the diameter of each ring size and the corresponding code letter for each size. Use this to help you determine your girlfriend’s ring size , once you have managed to obtain a tracing from one of her rings, or you have one of her rings to compare.
Thank you and Good Luck!

Monday, 17 September 2012

Taking care your Engagement Ring

"The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives the passion that she shows.

If you want to keep your engagement ring with the same brilliance as the day your sweetie proposed, then I suggest learning this few things to do in taking care your engagement ring, – a must if you want to create a long-lasting reminder of the day your heart melted.

This are the tips  how to do to care for your new Engagement Ring....

Remove your ring prior to putting lotion, make-ups, hair spray and perfumes on.

Remove your ring prior to doing any type of house cleaning with chemicals.

Avoid using anything abrasive to clean your ring.

Use a lint free cloth to dry your stones every time they get wet instead of allowing them to air dry.

Make sure to remove your ring before swimming or getting in hot tubs and spas.

Take your ring off during active sports to avoid possible injury to yourself or other players.

Avoid rubbing your stone a great deal to prevent oil build up in both the stone and the setting.

Clean your ring once a week to maintain the bright, sparkly shine.

Always put your ring in the same place each day to avoid losing it.

* Take your engagement ring to a jeweler once a year to have it inspected for loose settings or damage.

So you should always handle your engagement ring very carefully, using the correct techniques for proper care and cleaning. 

In my next post Im going to share to you " how to clean your engagement ring ". So stay tune and enjoy taking care your Engagement Ring. :)

Thursday, 5 July 2012

My Short Introduction

Brief introduction about myself and what to expect.

Hi, Im Samuel III a.k.a. “SAM” from JANNPAUL, this is my blog, I am a Filipino (and Im proud to be one), I am so blessed and thankful to be part of the team. Basically I'm a personal assistant of  JANNPAUL, my duties are: to assist JANNPAUL Customer with love and care; monitor and update  JANNPAUL Blogs, Facebook Page ( the iframe landpage); and the JP Website (which will be up soon) and  share my ideas that is helpful to the company. What you can expect to my blogs? Anyway I'm going to share all my knowledge about diamond ring that  can be helpful for those who are seeking for best quality diamonds  for their love ones.  Thank you very much for reading my short introduction. God Bless Us All!