Everyone has an invisible sign hanging from their necks saying ”Make me feel important.” A diamond pendant hanging on one’s neck does precisely that! People in ancient India and Egypt wore pendants to display their power and wealth. Since then pendants have undergone a sea-change and the favourite of all time is undoubtedly the Diamond Pendant.
The sheer beauty of a diamond is enough to get carried away for most women. These days, men do not prefer to wear a diamond pendant as it has become synonymous with femininity.
Wearing a diamond pendant comes naturally to women as they have an elegance to their personality which befits the diamond pendant and does justice to it. If diamonds are a girl’s best friends then a diamond pendant is something every girl must truly possess. With the trend of wearing light jewellery taking over the fashion world, what’s better than a simple diamond pendant?
Diamond pendants seek the attention of every woman and girl, young and old alike. They glamorize your look and add a sparkling effect to one’s personality. Whether you are wearing a formal dress or a traditional kurti, diamond pendants are the perfect accessory.
They are a perfect companion, since once you’ve worn one, you’ll never feel the need to replace it with anything else…they compliment just about anything you wear.
A lot of parents and grandparents often gift such diamond pendants to their children and grandchildren. Many heavy and traditional pendants pass on from one generation to another within the family, which itself explains the value of a diamond pendant in our lives.
Diamond pendants can be worn with a variety of chains. The pendants also come in combinations with other precious and semi-precious stones. Nevertheless a simple, pure, white, sparkling diamond looks best for every occasion.
Along with traditional wear, it is best if worn with a short chain. Long chains suit casual western pieces of clothing and party wear.
Let’s have a look at some of the Diamond Pendants
This is a combination of an amethyst, emerald, and diamond. Useful for casual occasions and looks best with a thin silver or platinum chain. Suits a simple saree or a kurti too..
Now this beauty is a combination of Belle époque platinum, pink tourmaline, gold, diamond and comes with a pearl hanging. This piece is definitely not for casual wear… it can be worn to weddings and other traditional occasions. Goes well with traditional heavy work sarees and anarkalis.
An amethyst and diamonds set in platinum and white gold. Very regal looking and best for traditional wear.
Carl Faberge antique Victorian Russian fancy, coloured diamond and flaming heart pendant. This cute looking pendant looks best on party wear and is a great choice for young girls.
An impressive Belle epoque, gold, silver plique-a-lour enamel, emerald, diamond pendant with a huge pearl in the centre. This pendant has a touch of aristocracy and is best reserved for weddings and formal affairs.
This is a re-creation of a similar pendant created in 1913 by Faberge called the Easter egg. Gifted by one of the stars to his mother. It was made with frosted rock crystal set in diamonds and platinum. This one is a similar ‘ice’ style designed by Albert Holmstorm.
This one is an exquisite belle époque diamond and pearl lapel watch. The openwork lozenge shaped pendant, centered around a pearl is a stunner!
Simple and casual diamond pendants:-
This is a simple NIRVANA diamond pendant, set in silver and yellow gold with a thin gold chain. Works for all occasions especially with casual wear.
Cute design by ASMI for everyday wear in the form of a drop with an uplifting flower, embellished with diamonds.
A unique design by NIRVANA, diamonds set in gold, vaguely resembling a musical note as well as the letter ‘S’ Ideal for someone whose name or spouse’s name begins with ‘S’
This one is a cute ganesha-pendant with a face of the elephant god set in diamonds and ears made of gold.
Rhonda Faber Green Pink Tourmaline and Diamond Pendant. A cute girlish pendant suitable for young teenage girls.
Aren’t they all a real work of art?… So if you’re still contemplating on investing in one, you really shouldn’t be because ladies, you definitely are worth it!