For a classic and timeless piece of jewelry that can suits any outfit and all occasion look no further than the solitaire diamond pendant. The solitaire diamond pendant is guaranteed to never go out of fashion. Put a simply a pedant is a chain, or rope with hanging jewelry design. The pendant can interact and complicated plain but sparkly. One of the most loved pendants is the solitaire diamond pendant, single diamond hanging down, adorning your neck and adding sparkle to your outfit and elegance to your appearance. It consists of just one diamond hanging down from the chain, the possibilities for different designs are vast. The diamond pendant is of course all about the diamond which means picking the right type of diamond is crucial. Let’s look briefly at the important factors to consider when choosing your diamond.
Most of the important, it is the cut that determines the sparkle. Allow your budget to a better cut and find well and excellent cut of the diamond.
Diamond color is another important for diamond Jewellery, we recommend F for better brilliance. White gold and platinum make the color noticeable, with yellow and rose gold is less important.
Diamond clarity is least important. A large diamond carat weight will increase the price significantly.
A pendant for a dressy occasion, a large diamond will give more sparkle and shine, perfect for a classy night out. Check out the images and see which setting takes your preference. Image above shows a Round Brilliant Cut Solitaire Diamond Pendant Bezel-Set Pendant. The diamond is encased in metal giving it a beautiful frame. The tension setting, shown in this diamond moon pendant on the right, allows for unique designs, but some people prefer the elegance and safety of the bezel setting. Platinum is more valuable and expensive, it keeps its shine and color longer and is heavier. Gold is strong and hard to scratch. White gold and platinum are the closest in appearance, but if you like a yellow or pink look then gold will be the metal of choice. For a modern classy appearance, white gold is usually the metal of choice, particularly if you have a fairer complexion. Yellow gold goes better with tanned skin and gives what’s considered a “real” gold look. Ultimately the choice of color is down to your personal style, tastes, and preferences. Most solitaire diamond pendants will have a sliding bale design as in the images above. Those that don’t have a diamond that appears almost as part of the chain. Compare the images above with the one here on the left displaying a Round brilliant cut solitaire diamond pendant prong setting, notice how the diamond falls close to the actual chain. The small difference in design can make a large impact on the final appearance. Absolutely, without confirmation from an independent grading lab, you can’t be sure that you’ll get what you pay for. Diamond pendants are great for gifts and make fantastic heirloom pieces, a diamond that will be passed down from one generation to another must be a quality stone.