Pink diamonds are one of the rarest, most expensive and in-demand varieties of coloured diamond in the world right now.
On average, pink diamonds sell for 20 times more than standard white diamonds, which perfectly summarises how desirable and valuable they are.
If you’re lucky enough to be in possession of a pink diamond necklace, or just looking to purchase one at some point in the future, you might be wondering how best to wear it, and what to pair it with.
In this article, we’ll go through the basics of pink diamond necklaces and how to wear them in order to get the most out of these eye-catching gemstones.
Pink diamonds come in a wide variety of hues and shades.
These can range from browns, violets, purples, and reds, which can each then have their own secondary hues in addition to the primary hue. This means that there is a huge variety of potential colour combinations and permutations to be found in pink diamonds.
However, some of the most valuable and sought-after of these combinations are purplish-pink and pink rose diamonds.
Pink diamonds can also range from very light-coloured and pale to deep, intense and vivid colours.
As with any other coloured diamond, the more intense the colouration in the gemstone, the more expensive it will be.
The 4 C’s also play a huge factor in influencing the value of the diamond, these being colour, clarity, carat and cut.
Of these 4 C’s, the cut is often considered the most important as it has the greatest influence on the depth, intensity and vividness of the colour of pink diamonds.
The main intention when wearing any kind of coloured diamond jewellery should be to enhance and intensify the colour of the diamond as much as possible.
Pink diamond necklaces are no exception to this.
Regardless of whether you have a necklace with a Very Light or Fancy Deep pink diamond, your outfit and accessories should all work towards drawing attention to the diamond and either off-setting or contrasting it.
A good way to do this would be to pair your necklace with very dark clothes, such as a black dress. This will really help to bring out the shine and sparkle of the pink diamond.
On the other hand, contrasting the diamond with a softer colour palette such as with pinks and light blues can also off-set the gem beautifully.
Pink diamonds are also quite versatile when paired with other types of coloured jewellery, though you’d want to be careful not to draw focus away from your necklace if it’s intended to be worn as a big statement piece that pulls an entire outfit together.
Purple, navy, sky blue, yellow and orange jewellery can all pair effectively with pink diamonds and add a fascinating splash of colour to any look.
As one of the most valuable and alluring gemstones in the world, pink diamonds are in a league of their own when it comes to beauty and value.
You may well be interested in learning more about these stunning gemstones and what sort of jewellery fits them best.
Astteria have a truly stunning range of coloured jewellery, including pink, yellow, and green diamonds.
Be sure to visit their website to browse their full collection of necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings today.
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