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Keepers Collection – 0.82ct Diamond Cluster Stud Earrings£2,150
Keepers Collection – 1ct Eternal Diamond Hoop Earrings, Medium£2,800
Keepers Collection – 0.67ct Eternal Diamond Hoop Earring (Single)£1,750
Keepers Collection – 0.40ct Diamond Star Studs£1,250
Keepers Collection – 0.15ct Scattered Diamond Hoop Earrings£1,150
Keepers Collection – 0.33ct Solitaire Round Diamond Halo Earrings£1,250
Keepers Collection – 1ct Diamond Pave Hoop Earrings£2,795
Keepers Collection – 0.75ct Diamond Hoop Earrings£2,150
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Learn more text: What colour is a diamond? Many say they’re colourless, however, look closely and most contain subtle tints of yellows, soft pinks and rich browns. Truly colourless diamonds are known as white diamonds and are extremely rare and the most valuable. Diamond colour is graded from D to Z – D being the whitest, most colourless diamond and Z containing noticeable yellow, brown or pink tints. The letters D to Z represent a range of colour based on a combination of tone, lightness or darkness and saturation.
Diamond clarity refers to the assessment of imperfections of a stone. VSI stands for very slightly included. Diamonds with a VS1 clarity grade will always be eye-clean. That means they'll have no imperfections visible to the naked eye. SI stands for Slightly Included. These blemishes are larger or more numerous that those in VSI diamonds.