One of the finest investments in jewelry is a pair of diamond stud earrings since they are versatile, simple, and elegant enough to wear on most occasions. It is critical to know what you are searching for when purchasing a pair because you're purchasing a potential family treasure.
It might be argued that diamond earrings are a better investment than, say, a wedding gown since you could wear them every day and they would never go out of style. We lay out all you need to know before making your purchase in this extensive guide to buying the best diamond stud earrings. Some of the things you need to consider when purchasing diamond stud earrings include:
The Size You Want
Personal taste and price are the two most important factors when determining the perfect size for diamond stud earrings. While personal preference is all about the color, cut, and setting, the cost is usually a balancing act of the 4Cs. Some people want to go big or go home, while others prefer a more understated look. The total carat weight will be the combined carat for both studs if you are searching for diamond stud earrings online. It takes two 0.5-carat diamond earrings to make a pair of 1-carat diamond earrings.
You should frequently pick higher-grade diamonds as the defects in the stone will be more obvious as the diamond's carat grows.
The Diamond Clarity
The number of inclusions (visible defects) inside a diamond is measured by its clarity. The clearer the diamond, the better the clarity grade. This does not always correspond to how brilliant a diamond is.
The clarity grade of a diamond is indicated by a letter, and it varies from FL (Flawless) through VS2 (Very Slightly Included) to I2 (Included). Since it is rare to see these imperfections with the unaided eye, an SI1 (somewhat included) clarity rating is the best choice for diamond stud earrings. Avoid anything with higher clarity, such as a VVS1 (Very, Very Slightly Included), to keep the cost of the diamond stud earrings down. Stud earrings are usually partially covered by your hair when you wear them. People rarely come up close to see the diamond or ask you to take them off so that they can have a look at them. These types of diamonds will therefore appear to be perfect. This gives you the leeway to choose diamonds that have some imperceptible inclusions to reduce cost, rather than going for perfect, inclusion-free diamonds which are very expensive.
Of course, this is not a hard and fast rule. If you want the earrings to be family heirlooms or investments, by all means, buy the clearest diamond you can find for the stud earrings. This allows you to carry a large amount of value in a tiny package. The only issue is to find a retailer you can trust to sell you the diamonds you want.Contact us today for diamond stud earrings of all types. We have a wide range of products on offer, giving you versatility in how much you can spend and the style you want to rock. You can also contact us to arrange to design a custom-made stud diamond made strictly to your specifications.