This Valentine’s Day, chocolate is the most important thing on the menu. And even if you’re on a diet, you can still indulge.
Chocolate diamonds, sometimes called champagne diamonds when they’re lighter brown, are brown diamonds. Before their popularity surged, brown diamonds would just have been considered diamonds with strong clarity and cut but subpar color – no longer.
The best part about chocolate diamonds, besides their beauty, is their price. They significantly less than white diamond counterparts, but offer the same bling. They’re a gorgeous addition to fashion jewelry pieces, and make a beautiful pairing with rose and yellow gold.
14k White Gold Champagne and Black Diamond Cocktail Ring with Approximately 1.21ctw of Champagne Diamonds. Diamonds are natural in color and SI in clarity. Approximately 0.74ctw of Black Diamonds. Diamonds are SI in clarity.
Two Tone 1.5ctw Diamond and Champagne Diamond Cross Pendant with Approximately 1.5ctw of Round Brilliant Diamonds. Diamonds are Champagne and I/J in color and SI in clarity.
14k White Gold 3.64ctw Champagne & Black Diamond Hoops with Approximately 2.23ctw Black Round Brilliant Diamonds, 136 in total. Approximately 1.41ctw Round Brilliant Champagne Diamonds, 72 in total. Diamonds are Champagne in color and SI1 in clarity.
18k White Gold Champagne and White Diamond Bangle with Approximately 0.50ctw of white Round Brilliant Diamonds and approximately 2ctw of Champagne diamonds. Diamonds are Champagne and G/H in color and VS in clarity.
18k White Gold Champagne and White Diamond Earrings with Approximately 3.5ctw of Round brilliant diamonds. Diamonds are Champagne and G/H in color and VS in clarity.
Are you craving chocolate yet? Check out RLJ’s selection of chocolate diamonds to satisfy your craving!