$1,480 in 14K Rose Gold / Diamond
$780 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$1,565 in 14K Yellow Gold / Diamond
$1,160 in Sterling Silver / Diamond
$470 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$1,390 in 14K Yellow Gold / Diamond
$480 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$2,220 in 18K White Gold / Diamond
$700 in 14K White Gold / Diamond / Rhodolite Garnet
$5,205 in 14K White Gold / Diamond / Blue Sapphire
$1,030 in 14K Rose Gold / Diamond / Iolite
$370 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$710 in Sterling Silver / Diamond
$695 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$375 in Sterling Silver / Diamond / Ruby
$195 in 14K Rose Gold / Diamond
$1,245 in 18K White Gold / Diamond
$1,935 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$1,325 in Sterling Silver / Diamond / Blue Topaz
$1,325 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$3,030 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$715 in 14K White Gold / Diamond
$2,955 in Platinum / Diamond
$1,160 in 14K Rose Gold / Diamond
When you are shopping for diamond earrings, the first thing to consider is the quality of the diamonds. Diamonds are judged according to the 4Cs: color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. For color and clarity, less is more. Gems with the least amount of color and the fewest imperfections are the most rare and valuable. The bigger the diamond, the higher its carat weight and the more it costs per carat. Cut is arguably the most important value factor because the quality of a diamond's cut gives it its life and sparkle.
The diamonds Gemvara offers are exceptionally fine: a minimum G-H in color, at least SI2 in clarity, and cut to dance with brilliance. We also offer a wide range of center diamonds in every shape, size, and quality to add more sparkle to your favorite design. Because all Gemvara earrings are made to order, we can hand-select the perfect diamond for your design.
Gemvara's center diamonds above one-third carat are accompanied by a third-party laboratory report from the prestigious Gemological Institute of America Laboratory or American Gem Society Laboratory assuring their quality.
All of our diamonds have Kimberley Process Warrants, confirming that they are conflict-free.
What is the meaning of diamond in the language of gems? The ancient Greeks called diamond "adamas," meaning invincible, theorizing that something so beautiful must be the crystallized teardrops of the gods. The Romans thought diamonds were so brilliant they must be fallen stars.
Born deep within the earth millions of years ago, diamonds have come to symbolize forever. Three stone diamond earrings that symbolize past, present and future are a popular choice for an anniversary gift. Diamond stud earrings and diamond hoop earrings are both essential to a jewelry wardrobe.
Diamond is the April birthstone and the 10th and 60th anniversary gem.
Diamond earrings are crafted in white gold, yellow gold, rose gold or platinum but silver is also an option if budget is a concern.
Clean diamond earrings with mild dish soap or ammonia and water: use a soft brush behind the stone where dust can collect.
Gemvara's fine quality diamond earrings are designed to be passed down for generations to come, crafted by hand in the United States.
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