Diamond Earrings - Solitaire And Studs

Diamond earrings are a staple jewelry accessory for so many women and men. They are versatile in that they can be worn in casual and dressy situations. Most jewelry stores eschew quality in the diamonds and earrings in favor of selling earrings that are more affordable. However, I take a different approach - sell quality earrings and maintain that same affordable price. This page describes my philosophy on earrings and gives you some insight about why I suggest what I do. It will also give you examples, so you know the exact price points.

Richard helped my husband find me the perfect pair. They are beautiful, and I wear them everyday.
— Mrs. Amanda W.
My diamond earrings are classic, comfortable, and always sparkling. I never take them off. Thank you Richard for finding the perfect pair.
— Dr. Emily C
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Size, Shape and Price Ranges of Diamond Earrings

Earring diamonds are measured in the combined carat weight for both diamonds referred to a carat total weight (or cwt). A carat is 200 milligrams. I sell diamond earrings for diamonds starting 0.20 carat total weight; these earrings consist of two diamonds that EACH weigh 0.10 carat. The largest pair of earrings I have ever sold is 8 carat total weight (or 4 carat per diamond). The most common sizes are 1 carat, 1.5 carats, and 2 carats. Below are examples 

If you do not see the right pair for you, contact me. We will find a beautiful pair for you that is within your budget. These earrings listed are just to give you an idea. 


Diamond Earrings Setting Styles

Diamond solitaire earrings are available in so many different setting styles. All these settings (and this list is not exhaustive) come in platinum, palladium, and in 18 karat, 14 karat, and 10 karat gold in yellow, white, or rose. I suggest 14 karat white gold unless most of your jewelry is platinum or yellow gold (in which case go with that metal to match).


Earring Backs Types

There are three different back types that are common. I almost exclusively use the security back (also know as the guardian back or the Protektor). However, the availability of different size friction backs make them a good option for people who have difficulty putting on and taking off earrings. I do not suggest or often sell screw backs though I will upon request. Lastly, each earring back has it own earring post associated with it. The post, which is the part of the earring that goes through your ear, really dictates which back you should buy.