How to Choose a Diamond Pendant for Mother’s Day!
Mother’s Day is the perfect time to find special gifts for mom. The jewelry (and one bag) in this collection represent a variety of styles and prices, so hopefully you’ll find something that’s a perfect match for your needs. Female neckline can be very attractive and thus it calls to be specially adorned with a beautiful diamond pendant. When choosing a diamond pendant, it is important to consider the wearer’s personality.
There is a large variety of diamond pendants available, but one needs to decide upon what is best for someone. Further, some styles of diamond pendants may look good with casual wear, another style might look good at special occasions. End of the day, diamond pendants are classic and unique jewelry items that can actually do great wonders.
Choose the birthstones you need to represent family members. An emerald cut synthetic birthstones is set at the bottom of each sterling silver pendant (each bought separately). Pendants measure .25-inch by 1.375-inches and hangle from an adjustable chain. Pendants are engravable (up to 10 characters on each side).
Whenever you are making an online purchase, it helps to be aware of various features of a diamond and how they affect the price of a diamond. Educate yourself on these before ordering.
The Four C’s are the guiding stars, but their specific combinations in a diamond make all the difference. The difference is between a truly breathtaking diamond pendant and one that is a bit less, but appeals to your budget more. These four C’s are: color, cut, clarity and carat.
Color, in white diamonds implies the absence of it. The nearer it is to being colorless, the more valued it becomes. The industry has a grading system of color in a diamond, and their evaluation accordingly.
Cut, unlike what most people assume; is not the shape, but the actual manner in which a diamond has been faceted. This is skilled work, and the purpose of any good cut is to maximize the fire and brilliance in a diamond. The reflection of light because of a cut determines its value.
Clarity features in a diamond are minuscule marks, called inclusions that may not be visible to the naked eye. It is the location and density of these in a diamond that affect its value. Once again, diamonds are graded upon the basis of inclusions present within the structure.
Carat is the unit of measurement of weight of a diamond. It equals 1/200th of a gram. Higher carat would mean larger size, and a group of small diamonds equal to one carat would cost less than a single diamond of one carat weight.