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DIAMONDS ARE A BRIDE’S BEST FRIEND
DIAMONDS ARE A BRIDE’S BEST FRIEND

DIAMONDS ARE A BRIDE’S BEST FRIEND: 6 picks from our best selling collections that will make your heart sing !

Beautiful. Rare. Cherished. Each diamond is unique and is a miracle of time, place and change. And each has specific qualities that establish its value.

When in doubt, choose diamonds.  Niaj specialises in quintessential diamond jewellery that is the perfect amalgamation of modern & traditional jewellery.

  1.  Art Deco Emerald Necklace

This breathtaking beauty inspired by Art Deco and adorned with emeralds is perfect for the modern Indian bride. It’s long earrings are a sight to behold. The necklace set features the timeless combination of diamonds and emeralds. Art Deco was a prominent style for jewelry in the 1920s and 1930s, characterized by geometric patterns and abstract designs using diamonds and gems in contrasting colors. The fact that it was a hit was no surprise: flappers and suffragettes of the Roaring 20s had little interest in wearing tiaras, diadems, cameos and other staples of the grandes dames of Victorian England (1837-1901). Rather, they wanted rings, long necklaces, long earrings and bracelets that complemented their short skirts, shorter hair, plunging necklines – and new sense of self.

“An emerald shines even if it’s worth is not spoken of..”, rightly said by Marco Aurelius.

Widely regarded as the definition of green, emerald is the perfect color for spring. From the poetic description of Ireland as “the Emerald Isle” to the vibrant green of the famed gemstone itself—the May birthstone emerald has captured hearts and minds through the ages.

Variations of this rich green color suggest soothing, lush gardens. Legend has it that an emerald has the power to make its wearer more intelligent and quick-witted, and it was once believed to cure diseases like cholera and malaria. Today, it's the gemstone given for the 20th and 35th wedding anniversaries.

 

 

  1. Foliole Diamond Bracelet

Perfect for summer soirées, this diamond is the ideal reminder of the spring bloom with its foliage design. ‘Foliage’ is a french word that means ‘leaflets’.

Tennis bracelets are the latest jewelry trend to make a comeback. For many, the tennis bracelet was, and still is, a sentimental piece, worn for special occasions like holidays and anniversaries. In recent years, they just were overshadowed by bracelet stacks worn by many trendsetters. But now, jewelry designers have reimagined the tennis bracelet for a modern shopper, going for a laid-back-luxe look that works for minimalists and bold dressers alike.These bracelets are part of the '80s and '90s nostalgia wave so much so that they became a status symbol in the 80s.

 

 

  1. Stellar Diamond Necklace

This intricately designed necklace is perfect for you if you’re looking for something modern with a delicate look.

It’s vintage shape would go with any outfit, as long as you’re willing to look like a million bucks.

Pie cut diamonds is a collective term used when smaller pieces of diamonds join to form one big diamond. Pie cut diamonds are lately in fashion due to higher quality diamonds with brilliant cutting and reasonable prices. These diamonds come in a variety of sizes and shapes. The USP of these diamonds is that they look much bigger than their suggested weight; hence customers get much bigger diamond which is lower in weight and price of several pieces, uniquely cut to form one big diamond, this technique gives you your favourite jewelry at a price that is almost half of one whole diamond.

 

  1. Rosecut Diamond Ball Earrings

Take your evening look from one to ten by opting for our Rose cut Diamond Ball Earrings. Whether it’s a cocktail or rehearsal dinner, these earrings are sure to make heads turn. A cut made popular in the Georgian Era (the 1700s), Rose cut diamonds have re-emerged as an ethereal, antique-inspired alternative to more traditional diamond cuts. With anywhere from 3 to 24 facets, a Rose Cut Diamond resembles the shape of a rose bud. In general, they are flat at the bottom and creating a larger surface area for the stone’s brilliance.And much like the sprawling petals of a fully bloomed rose, the peaked top is covered in distinctive triangle facets.

One of the most striking characteristics of a Rose Cut Diamond is it’s flat base. These stones lack a pavilion, which is the pointy base that you typically see on modern round brilliant diamonds.

Another bonus of buying a rose cut is since it is flat on the bottom, the stone’s size appears much larger than its actual carat weight. For example, a 6mm round diamond would be around 0.9 carat in a modern round brilliant cut (a traditional diamond) and around 0.42 carat in a rose cut. They look the same from the top view since they are the same width, but the lack of the base of the rose cut makes it lighter so you end up paying less since it’s a lower carat weight.

  1. Splendour Emerald Rosecut Diamond Set

If there was only one word to describe this necklace, it would be ‘Majestic’. This greener than green double layered gemstone necklace is a dream to wear and one to cherish for a lifetime.

The splendour of Rose cut diamond and emeralds in one piece is boundless. From Egyptian pharaohs to Inca emperors, emerald has enchanted royalty. Cleopatra was known to have a passion for emerald and used it in her royal adornments. Whereas a Rose cut diamond resembles a “rose” because It’s facets are said to resemble the petals unfolding in a rose bud. The romance of rose cut diamonds and emeralds is truly a sight to behold in our ‘Splendour Emerald Rosecut Diamond Set’.

 

  1. Black Onyx Briolette Earrings

These long earrings featuring the Onyx precious stone made with top notch craftsmanship will add that extra dose of romance to your outfit.

Onyx has become one of the most popular gemstones. It is an affordable gemstone that is also known to hold properties like protection, absorbing bad energies, and it symbolizes friendship. It’s often used in many bold designs for pendants, earrings, and rings.The ancients believed that these gemstones have healing properties when introduced to the aura and subtle energy of a being.

The black onyx stone emits an energy frequency which corresponds to the basal or root chakra of one’s subtle self, hence helping one connect to one’s earth element and becoming more grounded and stable-minded. It gives the wearer a strong sense of self and makes one more centered in one’s unique presence, ideas and channels. The wearer’s will power and ability to identify with one’s inner strength gets boosted resulting in enhances self-confidence. It also helps prevent any drainage of personal energy and allows negative energies to be absorbed and transformed.

 

  1. Diamond Marquee Necklace

From our sublime leur collection, this necklace is the epitome of beauty. It’s minimalistic design features carefully placed diamonds which will be all the glitter you need on your special day. The name “marquise” refers to a hereditary rank above a count but below a duke and comes from the fact that courtiers wore marquise cut diamonds in order to show off their rank.Some people know the Marquise cut diamond as the “Navette” shape. This means “little boat”. Viewed from above, this shape resembles the hull of a boat. Believe it or not, but the Marquise Cut is actually inspired by lips. It was in the 18th century when King Louis XV of France (1710-1774) commissioned a jeweler to design a cut shape that resembled the lips of his mistress.