Browse popular carat weights to find the perfect pendant for you.
Metals like white gold, platinum, and yellow gold are classic choices. Rose gold is currently trending.
The cost of a diamond pendant will vary depending on many factors, such as the quality and size of the diamond as well as the metal used for the pendant - for example, platinum is much more expensive than 14kt white gold. The origin of your diamond will also affect the cost - a lab diamond will cost far less than a mined diamond. Diamond pendants can cost anywhere from $500 to $10,000 or more.
It's all about preference. Round-cut diamonds are the most popular choice for diamond pendants since they are an incredibly versatile and timeless shape, as well as the most sparkly shape.
The best-sized diamonds for everyday wear are between 0.25-carats and 1-carat.
The price of a 2-carat diamond necklace will depend on many factors, such as the quality, shape, and origin of the stone. Expect to spend anywhere from $3,000 to $15,000 or more depending on the stone.
The value of a 1-carat diamond necklace depends on many factors, such as the quality, origin, and shape of the diamond. Lab diamond pendants won't be worth as much as an earth-grown diamond pendant. A 1-carat diamond necklace will cost anywhere from $1,000 to $10,000 or more.