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Diamond Necklaces

Diamond necklaces are a truly timeless piece of jewellery - something that has been a popular choice for thousands of years. A piece that adorns the neck; a diamond necklace offers the perfect finishing touch to any outfit, and often gifted at Christmas, Birthdays or during a celebration.

Diamond necklaces are available in several different styles - solitaire necklaces are a classic, versatile option, while you can opt for something more colourful with a gemstone necklace, or a more extravagant design with a multi stone necklace.  Either way, they'll be sure to help your outfit easily go from day to night.



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What Should You Consider Before Buying A Diamond Necklace?

Before you make a decision on which diamond necklace you're after, there are a few things worth considering, such as the style, the use, and the diamond quality.

For the style of the diamond necklace, a solitaire diamond necklace is a classic option which always works well, while a multi stone necklace is a beautiful piece which is certain to turn heads. gemstone necklaces offer a wider range of colours, as they're available in Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald designs. 

In terms of use - both solitaire and gemstone necklaces are fantastic for all occasions, while a multi stone diamond necklace may be a special occasion piece.

Diamond necklaces are available in a range of metals, from white gold diamond necklaces, to platinum and rose gold.  There's also a choice of diamond shapes, with round diamond necklaces beings the most popular, followed by princess cut diamond necklaces.

 

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What Are The 4Cs Of Diamond Quality? 

The 4Cs of diamond quality are cut, colour, clarity and carat. Cut is the only one that is determined by man-made process. Some of the most popular cuts include round, cushion and princess. The way in which the diamond is cut will determine how it reflects light and is often determined by the condition of the diamond.

The colour of a diamond scales from D to Z, with D being totally colourless and hints of yellow becoming more apparent as the scale runs down to Z. Clarity refers to how internally flawless the diamond is, measuring whether slight inclusions are present within the stone. Finally, carat refers to the weight of the diamond, with many people choosing to purchase a half carat or one carat diamond necklace, depending on the chosen style.

You can view our diamond necklaces online, or visit our UK showrooms in Birmingham, Glasgow, ManchesterCardiff  and London to speak to our jewellery experts about diamond quality and style.    

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