Diamond solitaire earrings make wonderful gifts for almost any age. Young teens will love them for Confirmation or Bat Mitzvah. They are a great anniversary gift. Diamond is the traditional gift for 60 years of marriage, but if you don't want to wait that long, I understand. Weddings and engagements are obviously good occasions for giving diamond earrings. At graduation, diamond earrings from father to daughter are lovely.
Opening a little black, velvety box and seeing a pair of brightly shining diamonds is something that everyone would smile at. Did you know that over 250 tons of earth has to be shoveled around in order to find just one decent one-carat diamond? Even though we see ads for diamonds all the time, they are much rarer than we actually know. By giving someone Diamond Solitaire Earrings, you are telling him or her that he or she is rare as well.
Colored Diamond Solitaire Earrings
Even rarer are colored diamonds. They are so rare that you might not have known that they existed. Diamonds appear in different colors when traces of other elements get stuck inside. Pink and blue diamonds are extremely hard to find. Other gemstones must be jealous. These two precious stones have sold for the highest dollar per carat amount than any other stone ever. Even rarer, though, are the red, green and purple diamonds.
You don't have to spend that much, though, to show someone you love him or her. Most people would probably think you were wearing rubies or emeralds anyway. Back to regular diamonds, a good pair of diamond solitaire earrings is almost essential to a woman's wardrobe. If you could only have one pair of earrings, this is the set to buy.