The romance of a natural diamond cannot be matched: formed within volcanic tubes over billions of years of heat and pressure, diamonds are a gorgeous rarity that signify true love and affection. Diamonds are the only gems composed of a single element, carbon. Yet despite their homogenous chemical makeup, each diamond is as unique as a snowflake.
Browse our bridal, fine diamond jewelry and loose diamonds. Truly personalized service allows us to share diamond choices from our international connections in Antwerp, the diamond cutting capital of the world, as well as locally sourced gems. We will help you find the perfect diamond to fit your budget.
Fine Diamond Jewelry
Natural diamonds are graded according to the 4 C’s — color, clarity, cut, and carat. They range from nearly clear to a subtle yellow color. Clarity refers to the amount of inclusions. Combined, color and clarity can help you determine how pure your diamond is. Cut tells you which shape the diamond is, and carat refers to the size (weight) of the diamond. Altogether, the 4 C’s can tell you how valuable your diamond is from a monetary point of view, but they pale in comparison to the sentimental and emotional value of a diamond.
At Simones Jewelry, we take finding the perfect diamond very seriously. Shop our collection in-store or online to find the diamonds you’ll wear forever.
Yes — diamonds are thought of as colorless, but depending on the conditions in which they were formed, they can be naturally colored. Typical diamond colors range from pink to yellow to blue and all the way to black. Pink diamonds are particularly special, as scientists still do not know what makes them pink. Yellow diamonds are formed in the presence of nitrogen, and blue diamonds include the chemical boron.
Every natural diamond is unique, like a fingerprint. Just like everything in nature, no two natural diamonds are identical, unlike mass-produced lab-created diamonds. Natural diamonds are formed over billions of years, and therefore there is a finite supply available. With a limit on the natural diamonds available, prices increase in response. Lab-grown, on the other hand, can be easily mass produced. It's likely that lab-grown diamond production will continue to get cheaper and cheaper as competition grows, forcing producers to keep lowering their sales price for these stones.
At Simones Jewelry, we're committed to helping you find your perfect diamond. Visit our showroom in Shrewsbury, NJ, or shop our collection online.