Diamond Solitaire Pendants
Diamonds are a girl's best friend, but that doesn't mean they have to be limited to staying on your finger. Enter: the diamond solitaire pendant. A gorgeous, brilliant diamond, not covered up by hair around your ears or hidden on your hand. A stunning show-stopper of a jewel that brings out the sparkle in your eyes. An incredibly versatile everyday necklace that goes just as well with your work clothes as it does your evening wear. Visit DeRobertis Jewelers to explore a range of diamond solitaire pendants and other diamond necklaces for every occasion.
Share Your Passions with Diamond Pendants
Wear a diamond pendant to show off your personality and keep what's important to you close to your heart. Diamond pendants come in endless forms; wear your faith with a cross, share your love for an endangered species with a panda or sea turtle, or keep calm with a blooming lotus. Diamonds paired with other gemstones, such as emeralds, rubies, and sapphires, add extra color and personality to your pendant. Pick up a diamond pendant necklace at DeRobertis Jewelers today to showcase your passion and share your love with the world.
Diamond jewelry may often feel too special to wear on an everyday basis. The fear of scuffs and chips on a ring or even losing a diamond in a bracelet prevents many from bringing out their jewelry on any except the most formal occasions. Yet a diamond necklace is the perfect piece of jewelry for everyday wear: it is far away from the hands and therefore harm's way, and it is versatile enough to go with any outfit. A simple solitaire pendant is an everyday staple and will bring a brilliance to both an evening gown and a t-shirt. For added versatility, consider purchasing an additional chain of a different length to ensure your diamond pendant will work with multiple shirt necklines.
Chains, Ropes, and Weaves
When buying a diamond necklace, choosing the right chain is almost as important as getting a stellar diamond to create your perfect look. A fine cable chain with small links is delicate and almost silky to the touch; lightweight cable chains are soft on the skin and pair well with small, delicate diamonds in unobtrusive settings. Opt for a more standout chain, such as a modest wheat chain or a heavier cable chain, for larger diamonds in sturdy pendant settings where the metal is showcased. While it's easier to swap out chains than diamonds, ask your jeweler for help finding chains where the metal color is an exact match with your diamond pendant.