Characteristics of Diamond Earrings
For people who are looking for a way to wear diamonds, earrings are a popular choice. Via a piercing or clip, earrings attach to the ear and adorn it with precious metals and stones. In addition to metal and stone, earrings may be made out of glass, beads, wood, bone, and more. Studs and small hoops offer subtle embellishment; large hoops, dangling drops, and chandelier styles enhance the drama of your look. Halo designs are styles with smaller diamonds surrounding a larger center stone. These can put a stud on par with a sparkly drop style or make a chandelier even more dramatic.
Popular Diamond Earring Collections at Jewelry Design Center
If you are seeking predominantly diamond pieces, Beverly K offers diamond earrings in studs, drops, and hoops. You can also find these styles among the Gabriel New York and Showcase Collection selections. For a modern take on diamond classics, try Hearts on Fire’s triangle studs and bezel-set diamond hoops. The Simon G Modern Enchantment collection also provides diamond earrings in contemporary silhouettes. The Garden collection by Simon G features diamond-encrusted petals and leaves, and the Nocturnal Sophistication line offers opulent pieces suitable for formal evenings. Small diamonds are prevalent in the simple, California-inspired pieces of Tacori's Ivy Lane collection.
In other styles, the diamonds simply accent metal or precious stones. Pearl powerhouse Mikimoto adds diamonds to some of their pearl creations. Diamonds decorate the woven links of the John Hardy Classic Chain collection and the round discs of their Dot pieces. The Simon G Modern Enchantment and Garden collections are not limited to clear stones; several designs are colored with blue topaz and amethyst. Similar to the Garden pieces, Tacori’s Bloom earrings feature diamond halos around floral-hued gemstones. For ultra-feminine colors, consider Tacori Moon Rose earrings. This collection is distinguished by rose gold and peach moonstone.
Why Shop for Diamond Earrings at Jewelry Design Center?
Jewelry Design Center is proud to serve Spokane, Kennewick, and the surrounding area. Since Doug Toone opened our first small store in 1977, we have been family-owned and operated. In addition to being the largest jewelry store in our area, we house the area’s largest selection of loose diamonds. Our inventory includes top jewelry designers as well as our own line of exquisite jewelry. For inquiries about our products and services, feel free to come browse our showrooms, visit our website, or give us a call. We are always happy to assist you.