When most people think of diamonds, they think of engagement rings. Getting engaged is, certainly, one of the most popular occasions to consider purchasing a diamond. However, diamonds are increasingly popular for Valentines Day, Christmas Day, Mothers Day or as a graduation gift. It could also be a wonderful lasting gift for a birth of a child.
The diamond is the birthstone for April making a piece of diamond jewellery perfect for a loved one born at this time. It is also the gemstone which traditionally has been given to celebrate a 10th wedding anniversary and also a 60th wedding anniversary.
Diamonds are one of the most versatile gemstones and can be incorporated into a range of traditional and new jewellery including cufflinks, charm bracelets, brooches, earrings and necklaces.
Make the occasion extra special by breaking with tradition and adding an additional ‘surprise’ element to your purchase. For example, ‘tie’ a bouquet of roses together with a diamond encrusted bracelet or slip a diamond ring into a leather wallet. Alternatively hide a diamond necklace in a new kitchen utensil or in the pocket of a new bath robe.
Through being thoughtful and fun, you will enhance the giving experience and deepen the wonderful shared experience of the occasion.