Solitaire Secrets You Must Know Before Buying
Solitaire jewellery is a story set in stone, the one that features prominently on a piece of jewellery! A true embodiment of 'less is more', do not get fooled by its simplicity, as nothing can dull its shine once worn. It is timeless, classy and so versatile that perking up a look doesn’t require much fuss. You don’t need any reason or season to put on a solitaire. Only your desire to sparkle matters!
When we think about solitaire jewellery, the first thing that pops up in our mind is a solitaire engagement ring. But now in modern times, solitaire has found its way into earrings and pendants too. The minimalist appeal of solitaire jewellery makes it an apt accompaniment to a classic contemporary clutter-free wardrobe. The single diamond stone setting of solitaire got so popular that it invaded the costume jewellery market as well. We, at Orionz, use top quality AAA Graded Swiss Cut Cubic Zirconias and create pocket-friendly and exquisite solitaire jewellery designs that will delight buyers who are on a tighter budget and can’t afford the luxury of real diamond.
But understanding a solitaire is not as simple as its look leads us to believe! That’s why we have put together this piece to discuss the variety of solitaire jewellery that exists to share some knowledge on all the current trends and options that are making noise right now.
So, let’s jump right in!
Craving for that finger flaunting the ultimate sparkle of solitaire, but do you know that apart from the most popular round cut solitaire stone, we also have various different shapes? Yes, the elongated marquise and the pear-shaped ones create a visual illusion of the stone being larger than its size. The absolute brilliance of a princess cut and the passion and love of a heart-shaped solitaire is also well-known. A lot of modern brides are choosing unusual solitaire shapes for their engagement or wedding ring. But for the touch of the traditional, this Delicate Opulence Classic Engagement Ring is the way to go!
Besides the shape of the central stone, the setting also determines the overall effect of a solitaire ring. Take for instance this Double Halo Round Cut Engagement Ring. The surrounding arrangement of smaller stones not only gives it an extra dose of glamour and makes the central stone appear bigger but also lends protection to it at the same time. Double halo engagement rings are quite a trend now. Another setting that you should be on a lookout for is the pave rings with accent diamonds like this Twist Of Fate Dual Band Ring. With its mixed shapes of tiny stones set into two bands in a linear closely set fashion, the ring appears super stylish and gorgeous at the same time. People who enjoy artisanal pieces and appreciate craftsmanship will enjoy wearing this highly detailed Striking Opulence Seraphic Ring.
No lobe-love is ever complete without a generous helping of solitaire earrings of various sizes and shapes, especially solitaire studs. Whether it is a single stone one like this Coronet Solitaire Stud which is a unique and delicate twist to a round-cut solitaire stud earring or a center stone surrounded by accent stones like this Victorian Luxor Ear Studs with a grandiose design, the vast world of the solitaire stud will leave you spoilt for choices. If you are looking for unusual stone shapes, then you should try out our crowd- favourite pear-shaped solitaire in this Teardrop Halo Solitaire Studs or the heart-shaped Heart Halo Solitaire Studs. Besides studs, solitaire earrings also come as drop earrings and we suggest you try out this unique shaped one like this Illuminating Emerald Drop Solitaire Earrings. Emerald cut stones always appear larger in their carat and the drop earring adds some length to your neck’s appearance. For an understated brilliance to pretty up a party look, this multi-tier Endless Affair Princess Solitaire Earrings is mighty helpful.
Solitaire pendants are always special! Either you can go solo for that subtle flourish or build the drama by stacking up multiple pendants on dainty chains. Though we see plenty of stone-studded double halo around the solitaire, the chic look of this metal halo in our Gold Aureole Heart Necklace captivates our attention like nothing else. But for that glam-bam party of one, this Twisted Together Solitaire Necklace with three lines of round zirconias encasing a central round cut solitaire will be a sparkle fest! And for layering solitaire pendants, you can try the eternal rule of stacking in odd numbers and mixing different colour finish like rose gold with white gold, etc. Remember, stacking means more the merrier, so always build on the abundance. You can try out a mix of Classic Round Solitaire with a Round Halo and a Gold Aureole Round Necklace.