diamond jewelry

There are a number of reasons why women (and men) are drawn to diamonds. Diamonds have been traditionally associated with love and commitment, making them the most popular choice for engagement rings and other pieces of jewelry given as gifts. Diamonds are also considered a symbol of wealth and status, and they are so beautiful and mesmerizing to look at.

Their popularity also stems from their origin: they are rare and unique! This adds a special value to the person who wears it. The sparkling and shining effect of diamonds certainly makes me feel special, elegant and unique. Diamonds are timeless and can be passed down through generations. This certainly makes them a sentimental and meaningful choice of jewelry, doesn't it?

Our Diamond Explainer expert team will not only teach you about diamonds, but also help you make a sound purchase of quality diamond jewelry and avoid mistakes which may cost a fortune! Trust us, we've helped thousands of customers to choose and purchase their beloved sparkling, precious diamonds!

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Popular Diamond Jewelry

How about engagement rings? Typically featuring a beautiful diamond as the centerpiece, they are given as a symbol of love and commitment! Love diamond earrings? You can get them in a variety of styles, such as studs, hoops, or drop earrings.
What about diamond necklaces? Ooh...

Real Value of Diamonds

Just so you know: the real value of a diamond is determined by the combination of all 4 C's: Carat, Cut, Clarity, and Color. What it means is that a high-quality diamond with smaller carat weight is worth more than a lower-quality diamond with a bigger carat weight. So, be a careful shopper!

Lab Diamonds

Since 1954, scientists and diamond experts have been synthesizing diamonds in laboratories. These synthetic, or lab diamonds are almost identical to natural diamonds, with the exception of their origin - no forced labor was used to dig them and turned them into jewelry!

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“Oh - a diamond ring - and Rhett, do buy a great big one!”
― Margaret Mitchell, Gone with the Wind