April - Diamond


Wide 14K White Gold Diamond Ring

18 Karat Yellow Gold 5-Station Diamond Necklace

18 Karat Yellow Gold 5-Station Diamond Necklace

18kt white gold single station diamond necklace

18kt white gold single station diamond necklace


14K White Gold Bujukan Diamonds Split Bangle

14 Kt White Gold 3 Row Bangle Diamond Bracelet

14 Kt White Gold 3 Row Bangle Diamond Bracelet

18Kt Rose Gold and Diamond Dome Fashion Ring

18Kt Rose Gold and Diamond Dome Fashion Ring

Classic Chain Reversible Bracelet

Classic Chain Reversible Bracelet Diamond and Black Sapphire

14kt white gold diamond fashion pendant

14K White Gold Diamond Fashion Pendant


18kt white gold diamond square hoop earrings


14K White Gold Buttercup Set Diamond Tennis Bracelet




18K White Gold Tiny Treasures Diamond Hummingbird Pendant


14K White Gold Single Diamond Ear Cuff


18K Yellow Gold Diamond Bee Pendant Necklace

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Center of My Universe® Floral Halo Diamond Pendant




18 Kt White Gold Center of My Universe® Halo Pendant


Classic Three Prong Diamond Stud Earrings


Classic Three Prong Diamond Stud Earrings


Classic Three Prong Diamond Stud Earrings


April Birthstone FAQs

The diamond is a symbol of everlasting love and is the perfect gift for someone you love. It is also a symbol of strength and courage.

Diamonds are typically found in kimberlite and lamproite pipes. Kimberlite is an igneous rock that forms when magma rises to the surface and cools quickly. Lamproite is similar to kimberlite, but is less common and contains more carbon. Diamonds are also found in alluvial deposits, which are gravels that have been transported by rivers. These gravels often contain other minerals such as quartz, Garnet, and zircon.

Diamonds are graded by the 4 C’s: Cut, Clarity, Color, and Carat weight. These factors are used to determine the quality of the diamond.

The cut of a diamond is how well the diamond has been cut and includes the height, depth, angles, and other factors. It affects the diamond’s symmetry, brightness, fire, and how sparkly the diamond appears.

Clarity is a measure of how many blemishes or inclusions are present in the diamond. Inclusions are natural imperfections that can affect the diamond’s strength. The fewer inclusions, the higher the clarity.

Color is graded on a scale from D (no hue) to Z (a yellow hued diamond). Most diamonds used in jewelry are in the D-J range.

Carat weight is how a diamond is measured and is the size of the diamond. One carat is equal to 200 milligrams.

Diamonds are strong, but they can still be damaged. To clean your diamond jewelry, use a soft brush and mild soap. Avoid using harsh chemicals or cleaners as they can damage the diamond. Store your diamond jewelry in a soft cloth pouch or box to keep it safe from scratches. Have your diamond jewelry checked by a professional jeweler every 6 months to ensure that it is in good condition.

Natural diamonds are formed by nature, over millions of years. Lab-created diamonds are created in a laboratory using advanced technology. Both types of diamonds have the same chemical composition and physical properties. However, lab-created diamonds may have a different color, clarity, and carat weight than natural diamonds.

The Hope Diamond is a blue diamond that is currently on display at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. The Cullinan Diamond is the largest rough diamond ever found, weighing in at 3106.75 carats (over 1.5 pounds)! It was cut into 105 smaller diamonds, many of which are set in the British Crown Jewels. The Koh-i-Noor Diamond is another famous diamond that was once part of the British Crown Jewels. It now resides in India’s Tower of London.