A perfect combination – mixing Rose Gold with Chocolate coloured diamonds
Chocolate brown coloured diamonds make a wonderful alternative to white diamonds. Brown diamonds occur naturally, often priced below rare white diamonds. The natural brown colour derives from lamellae within the diamond. The variation in colour occurs in Pink diamonds, largely recovered from Australia’s Argyle mine. Pink diamonds are much more expensive by comparison due to their rarity.
The problem with brown diamonds
Over the years, chocolate coloured diamonds have been criticised for being low quality brown diamonds, marketed in a way that appeals to buyers. This simply is not true. It can be very difficult to source very high clarity brown diamonds which possess a warm, pleasing colour—somewhere between cognac and chocolate. As a result, our own creations fall largely in the ‘bespoke’ category, sourced occasionally for discerning clients. Chocolate brown coloured diamonds come in all sizes, generally from around 0.25 carats and above for individual commissions.
Chocolate brown diamonds look amazing in Rose and Yellow Gold
Both 18ct Rose Gold and 18ct Yellow Gold pair beautifully with brown diamonds. The warmth of the gold accentuates the warm depth of colour within the diamond. Furthermore, dark, olive and tanned skin tones work wonderfully alongside chocolate brown diamond set jewellery.
Other jewellery styles for chocolate brown diamonds
Chocolate brown diamonds suit a wide range of jewellery styles. Not just pendants. Above you will see our main photo showing a half carat chocolate coloured diamond, set into 18ct Rose Gold. The partial bezel opens up the design revealing more of the gemstone. Over the years we have set brown diamonds into engagement rings, and diamond earrings, two of the popular jewellery styles.
If you are interested in commissioning your very own piece of diamond jewellery set with a chocolate brown coloured diamond, please get in touch with a member of our team.