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- How do I buy the perfect diamond ring?
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- How to choose a diamond bracelet?
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- What's the right jewellery for each occasion?
- Why buy diamond jewellery online?
- What types of precious metals are there?
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- Why should I choose coloured diamonds?
- How can I buy coloured diamonds?
- How do diamonds get their colour?
- Which alternative gems can I choose?
Coloured diamonds were given their extraordinary colour millions of years ago. They are not just valuable on the financial market, but also as a result of the emotional meaning people have been giving the various different colours throughout the centuries. You can therefore choose diamonds which perfectly suit you, both where their meaning and your personal style are concerned.
Most viewed diamond jewels
0.30 carat diamond eternity ring (half set) in white goldFrom € 1.270 (excl. VAT)
1.00 carat solitaire diamond ring in white goldFrom € 1.340 (excl. VAT)
1.00 carat solitaire diamond ring in white goldFrom € 1.390 (excl. VAT)
1.00 carat white golden solitaire pendant with round diamondFrom € 2.150 (excl. VAT)
0.50 carat diamond halo necklace in white goldFrom € 2.540 (excl. VAT)
Buying coloured diamonds is equal to owning some of the wonders of nature. You’re not just investing in a rare piece of jewellery, but you will also be in possession of one of the most exclusive products nature has to offer.
What if I would prefer to choose a different precious metal? Then the jeweller will help you choose a metal which can form a nice whole with the diamond you have selected. You can therefore mix and match until you have created the perfect result, ultimately giving you the exact accessory you were looking for.
Boron results in the beautiful blue shine. Yellow is the result of nitrogen and hydrogen is responsible for the red and pink shades. Uranium forms part of the green diamond.
Which diamonds should I choose? How can I make her piece of jewellery more unique? Ask BAUNAT’s experts for advice for the perfect personal piece.