Buy silver stud earrings
- Type of earrings: Studs Earrings
- Metals Type: Copper
- Rear Find: Push-back
- Style: Classic, Trendy, Romantic, Casual, Sport, Fashion
- Shape \ pattern: Ball
- Material: Metal
- Fine or fashionable: Fashion
- Gender: Women
- Metal Stamp: 925, Sterling Silver
Description: (Buy silver stud earrings)
Diamond cuts for studs
The most common diamond shapes used for stud earrings are round diamonds, scrolls, and princesses. Basically any diamond cut that is more than equal is suitable for stud earrings. This is why the circular shape of the round and square princess and sketcher shapes is very popular. (buy silver stud earrings)
On the contrary, marquise and pear-shaped diamonds are the least common diamond cuts used for studs. Due to their distinctive shapes, it is too obvious to tell when pear and marquise cuts don’t have matching proportions. So, it’s difficult to find two matching stones that would be suitable for a pair of diamond stud earrings. (buy silver stud earrings)
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Prong or Bezel setting?
Classic design features acupuncture settings. Using any metal, small nails are used to hold the diamond. They are almost the most popular option, mainly because they do not block the rock. (buy silver stud earrings)
The second option is the bezel settings. Looks very different. The metal surrounds the diamond and gives it a beautiful frame. The benefit of these adjustments is that it makes the diamonds bigger and gives the metal edge more security. (buy silver stud earrings)
Diamond studs & carat weight
The weight of the carat you choose depends largely on your budget. However, if you have ears, you may want to consider a smaller carat weight. Earlobes can be stretched after years of wearing heavy earrings, so more carat weight can make your ear weight even greater.
Keep in mind that if you search for a pair of diamond studs online, the “total weight of the carat” listed is for two compound studs, not each stud. So if you look at 1-carat earrings, each stud is 0.5 carats. Fortunately, since you can save on other 4C grades such as sharpness and color, you may find some room for a larger carat weight in your budget.
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