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Classic Diamond Jewellery – How to BuildyourWardrobe?

November 2020 | ankit agarwal

Building a classic jewellery collection takes some time. The beauty of the process is that you have something exceptional to look forward to with each piece, especially if you start with diamonds. It’s not just about engagement rings anymore! Diamond jewellery truly is the cornerstone of an impressive-looking jewellery wardrobe that is also classic and enduring. Plus, they are just so sparkly and fun! A woman can wear diamond accessories to work, in casual settings, and just about anywhere. The verdict is that the versatile diamond truly is your best friend.

Each diamond is uniquely beautiful, which is why having a selection of diamond jewellery accessories for your wardrobe must be based on your specific budget so that you can afford the highest quality stones. Knowing a little bit more about diamonds will help you make smart choices that will last a lifetime. Here’s a more in-depth look at how to build a classic diamond jewellery wardrobe with gorgeous diamonds as your touchstones. 

A brief on Classic Diamond Jewellery

You almost have heard about the “4Cs” of diamonds. It’s alright if you aren’t specifically sure what each point is unless you’ve shopped extensively for diamonds before. The 4Cs are known to be the Cut, Clarity, Colour, and Carat weight. There are other factors as well, such as table and depth or fluorescence. 

Cut:

It is probably anessential factor for a diamond. Buy the highest quality cut you can afford. It will be in the range of “fair” to “ideal.” Most people like to stick to “very good” or “excellent” in most pieces of accessory jewellery.

Clarity:

Diamonds are rare and precious stones, with that being said, some do have flaws. The clarity is how much you’ll be able to see the flaws to the naked eye or without a jeweller’s loupe, to magnify the stone. Depending on the piece of diamond jewellery you want to buy this is a personal preference. It varies from SI2, on the low end to FL (flawless) on the high end.

Colour:

Colour is another factor. A very white and bright diamond is going to be in the colourless range of D, E, and F. Near colourless is G, H, I, and J. Most people tend to stick in the G-J range for everyday jewellery. 

Carat:

Carat weight is the easiest thing to discuss because it’s what most people think of first when they consider diamonds. Never fall into the bigger-is-better trap. You have to consider the overall quality of the diamond first, and that isn’t always a bigger carat. 

Now that you know a little bit more about how diamonds are classified, discussing what types of jewellery you need to build the ultimate diamond wardrobe is the key. Of course, no diamond jewellery collection is complete without a stunning right-hand ring or the “tennis” bracelet or a three-stone solitaire necklace. Buy your treasures yourself on your own accord.

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