Can’t Get Enough Diamonds In Your Jewelry?

For many, there isn’t anything close to diamonds when it comes to clarity, sparkle, and shine. Diamonds are such a good stone to add to a piece of jewelry, and they are a great way to add to an otherwise simple setting. No, crystals just won’t cut it. Any diamond aficionado can tell the difference, and it does matter. That being said, what should you do if you can’t get enough diamonds in your jewelry?

Decide where you want to wear your diamonds

The phrase ‘dripping with diamonds’, while well-known, probably doesn’t embody the look that you are going for. There are plenty of places to wear diamonds, but wearing them in only one or two areas is usually the best option. Just like statement pieces, diamonds on your neck, ears, and wrists can be a bit too much, especially when you pair them with equally stunning pearls.

If you choose to wear your diamonds on your ring, the obvious choice is to pair a diamond ring with a beautiful pearl. The diamonds are able to form the perfect setting, while the pearl serves as an excellent centerpiece. In our Golden Pearl Sparkling Jewel ring, the combination of a large 10mm pearl with a setting that is almost entirely diamonds forms a brilliant level of contrast in a small area, and can be easily worn by itself to dress up any outfit.

You will find that it’s a great choice for the office as well, and the look translates extremely well when you find yourself going out with coworkers for that post-work drink. It’s also a big step up from simple diamond studs, and you can guarantee that you will see very few people out who have the same level of detail on their ring, so you don’t run the risk of just being another face among the crowd. Try on one of our diamond encrusted pearl rings today, you won’t be sorry that you did.


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