Here it is! The definitive list of our 10 best-selling diamond necklaces of 2019 based on popularity and backed up by excellent customer reviews over the last twelve months. Fashion trends come and go, but the beauty of a genuine diamond or gemstone necklace always endures.
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This stunning diamond heart pendant with a contemporary design shows off conflict-free diamonds. The claw setting allows lots of light into them, producing brilliant sparkle.
The unique blue-green colour of the aquamarine is beautifully highlighted in this pendant. Set in pristine white gold and offset with 3 diamonds, it would make a wonderful gift for a loved one.
4. Sapphire heart, £189
Blue sapphires and diamonds set onto a delicate white gold heart – what could be more precious? It’s no wonder this pendant is among our most coveted gift items.
5. Brilliant solitaire, £189
A round brilliant cut diamond is the one that sparkles most compared to other diamond shapes. This stunning small solitaire would make a beautiful first diamond gift for any girl.
A sought after variation on the heart theme, this beautiful emerald piece is handcrafted with yellow gold and diamonds. A match made in heaven for jewellery lovers.
This trendy necklace is a blending of two precious pink elements: rose gold and pink sapphires. With an infinity knot heart design, it’s sure to delight and impress.
Bright blue topaz evokes blue skies and the sea. This gorgeous pendant is held in a yellow gold setting which contrasts luxuriously with the blue gemstone.
If you don’t want to spend on diamonds, don’t choose articifial gems, pick white topaz instead for genuine sparkle and perfect price. Like this freshwater pearl and topaz pendant.
This ’emerald cut’ diamond gives of long, sustained flashes of light – a luxurious diamond shape made popular in the Roaring Twenties. An exquisite treat for those who love luxury.
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P.S. Don’t forget that all our jewellery above £375 is available on finance.
All prices were quoted on 22nd January 2019 and may change any time after this date.