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Friday, 21 October 2011

Solitaire Pendant Designs & Diamond Engagement Rings

Jewelry design creates the difference between mediocre pieces and exclusive ones. Designers spend days on end to come up with designs that stand apart from the rest. While diamond jewelry is always considered special, regardless of design, items like solitaire pendant designs and diamond engagement rings are the ones that make the wish-list of every modern day girl from around the world. Such jewelry designs may be the simplest or the most elaborate, but they have a common factor that steals the show every single time, the diamond. In both these items the vital element is the beauty and brilliance of the diamond involved, and for this reason choosing the ideal diamond for solitaire pendant or engagement ring settings is of utmost importance.

There are two ways to go about buying such jewelry. You could either buy a great diamond and then get it set in the design of your choice, or buy a ready retail piece from the jewelry store. While the second option may appeal to a lot of you, it may not get you the exact piece you want. And since solitaire diamond pendants as well as solitaire diamond engagement rings are both items that are exclusively bought to mark a special day or celebrate a special relationship, it is only fair that the piece of jewelry be as personalized as it can be. If the first option of choosing every aspect of the ornament appeals to you, there are a few tips given below that may help you buy the perfect gift for the love of your life.

You will first need to have a rough design of the jewelry in mind. Solitaire pendants or rings look best when kept simple in design, as it lets the beauty and elegance of the stone shine through. Then decide on the shape of the diamond. This can be round, princess (square), radiant (square with clipped edges), emerald (rectangular), teardrop (pear shaped), oval, heart, marquise, or asscher (similar shape to the radiant, but having a different cut). Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed by the many choices. You will be naturally drawn to a particular shape and cut, so rest assured your personality will make the choice for you.

Things get a lot simpler once you have made your choice about the shape and cut of the diamond. All you have to do to get the perfect diamond for solitaire pendant designs or solitaire diamond engagement rings is pick the highest grades in color and clarity. And of course, try and procure the biggest carat weight you can afford without compromising on the rest, as no solitaire can truly be called one unless it possesses a decent size. For such setting a diamond more than 1 carat is just what the doctor ordered.

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