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Diamonds are a woman's best friend. A diamond's dazzling brilliance makes it a must-have for any woman's jewelry collection! Colored diamonds are a pleasant surprise. The most common is white, but there are also pink, yellow, and other colors. They are rare and expensive, so the average man is unlikely to be interested. Coal becoming diamonds seems like a fairy tale. Seeing a diamond right after mining is a sure way to be disappointed. Diamonds' glimmer comes from their precise, magnificent cuts. Because there are so many diamond jewelry options available, here are some tips to keep in mind...

Size Matters

This is particularly true of diamonds. The 3,106.75 carat Cullinan Diamond was discovered in South African mines. Metric carats are equal to 200 milligrams. The price increases with size. Prefer big rocks? Keep this in mind. One diamond is worth more than many smaller diamonds. Solitaires are harder to come by. Wear a solitaire diamond pendant as the focal point of your necklace to stand out. Choose smaller diamonds set in beautiful settings for second studs or nose pins to save money.

To Cut Or Not?

Diamonds are available in cut and uncut forms. Uncut diamonds have a softer glow and less brilliance, making them ideal for heavy wedding necklaces. Uncut diamonds with rubies and emeralds are a perfect match for Lehengas and Sarees. Traditional diamond cuts include princess cuts, a stunning rectangular chunk, pear cuts, a tear drop shape commonly used in danglers, oval cuts, marquis cuts, and cushion cuts. The classic round cut is the most popular for diamond engagement rings, while heart and pear cut pendants are rare.

Colour

As previously stated, white is the most accessible and budget-friendly color. Indulge in a pair of yellow diamond stud earrings and prepare to turn heads. The remaining shades are sporadic, so unless you're a collector, stay away!

Setting Metal

Choosing the right metal for a beautiful stone is crucial. Commonly used for diamond setting is gold. Only 18 or 22 K gold should be used to secure the precious stone. When choosing smaller gold pieces, the rhodium polish finish gives the illusion of a larger diamond with more sparkle. This arrangement is both beautiful and affordable.

Platinum, with its silvery sheen, is also a popular choice. Platinum chains are the epitome of chic when it comes to elegant chains. However, diamonds set in sterling silver are less expensive but require regular buffing to avoid tarnish.

Occasion

The main factor to consider when buying diamond jewelry is the occasion. Diamond pendants and delicate bangles have become very popular. Diamond sets are a great way to wear your favorite jewelry every day. Party wear diamonds are typically larger and more opulent. Opt for a single diamond piece like earrings, a chunky ring, or a classic necklace to stand out.

Increasingly, Christian brides in India choose a single diamond ring to accentuate their beauty without overdoing it. These are popular choices for Indian wedding attire, especially at the reception, where they can be paired with a more Western look.

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