Every piece of jewellery a woman owns tells a story. A pair of gold earring speaks of the first time she bought herself gold jewellery. Ask her about the band on her fingers and she’ll tell you about her wedding. When she steps out wearing a solitaire necklace, there’s a story of love waiting to be told. After all, there’s nothing like sparkling diamonds to make a woman feel special.
What Are Solitaires?
There is a fine line differentiating solitaires from diamonds. All solitaires are diamonds but only those diamonds that are more than 30 or 40 cents can call themselves solitaires. Solitaires are rarer, make a bolder statement and are more valuable. Solitaires may be set in Indian gold jewellery as a single gemstone or in rows – what differentiates the setting of solitaires from other gemstones is that the setting must be such that it accentuates the beauty of each stone. For this reason, you will rarely find a gold necklace design with a group of solitaires clustered together. Instead, solitaire necklaces with multiple gemstones will set the stones in a row. The Single Line Graduating Solitaire Necklace is a beautiful example of this setting.
A Statement In Solitaires
When you look at a gold jewellery design finder for solitaires, you’ll notice that may designers arrange the stones in order of their size. Take the Graduating Illusion Solitaire Necklace or the Graduating Quarter Solitaire Necklace for example. The largest solitaires are typically at the centre of the necklace. If you want to double the impact, you could simply choose a design with two rows of graduated solitaires. The Two Line Illusion Solitaire Necklace is the ideal gold jewellery for occasions like a wedding in the family. Solitaires are stunning in their own right but this does not limit jewellery designers from combining them with other gemstones. The V Neck Solitaire Necklace showcases a beautiful teardrop ruby as the focal point of a row of graduated solitaires.
Styling A Solitaire Necklace
A woman will bring out her solitaires when she wants to make an impression. For her everyday outfits, she is more likely to wear simpler gold jewellery designs with a solitaire pendant. Solitaire necklace designs are typically worn for festive celebrations, weddings and on special dates. A solitaire and gold necklace design like the Two Line Brooch Solitaire Necklace will complement an elegant silk saree as well as an evening dress. These necklaces need very little else to put you in the spotlight. Many women choose to wear stud earrings instead of danglers to ensure that the necklace design gets the attention it deserves.
Buying Solitaire Necklaces
Since a solitaire is bigger than other diamonds, the cut, colour and clarity of these stones are easier to understand. Unlike very small diamonds, you can easily tell how well a solitaire has been cut and if there are any scratches or marks on the stone. This is why two solitaires with the same carat value may have different prices. Today, like other types of Indian gold jewellery, you can buy necklaces, pendants and earrings with solitaires online. Most Indian jewellers have an active online presence with an e-commerce website and maybe even an app.
But, if you’re looking for something more convenient, you should check out the Finaura gold jewellery design finder. Finaura presents gold jewellery designs from India’s top jewellers on a single platform. Thus, you can see all the different necklace styles available, order the one you like the most and have it delivered home to you. So, are you ready to add some sparkle to your life?
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