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Nowadays jewelry shops are sparkling with amazing chocolate diamond rings. A wide variety of designs and styles are available for the most demanding customers. Out of over 200 various colors and shades of diamonds are known, the brown diamond tends to be at the peak of popularity today.

Chocolate diamonds have been known for a long time by the name of brown diamonds. These precious gemstones came mostly from Australian mines. Le Vian Corp. was the 1st company to brand these gorgeous brown gemstones as ‘Chocolate Diamonds’. Since that time these sophisticated gemstones have become very popular in jewelry.

The only difference between white and brown diamonds is the color. Other properties of both types (strength, hardness, etc.) are the same. Despite this, chocolate diamonds tend to be less expensive than most white ones because they are considered to be rather common.

Chocolate diamonds, as well as canary diamond rings, match well with different colors of clothing. They look fantastic with both white and yellow gold.

How to choose ideas chocolate diamond rings?

Diamonds are usually associated with clear white stones. Though, naturally occurring colored diamonds are also being set into valuable jewelry. You will probably find a variety of rings with brown stones at any jewelry store. Although they all seem like chocolate diamonds, some of them can be not real. If you don’t want to purchase cubic zirconia, quartz or crystals instead of chocolate diamonds, you’d better have the jewelry examined and certified by professionals.

Surely, the precious gemstones mentioned above are also amazing and absolutely stylish. A lot of cubic zirconia and quartz rings are attractive and make a great value purchase. However, you should be aware of the item you are spending your money on, and not purchase things due to mistaken assumption.

The best chocolate diamonds should be very clear, with a naturally strong color. Imperfections can only be noticed through a jeweler’s loupe. The most common shades of these breathtaking gemstones are dark champagne, brown, tan and deep brown.

If you cannot afford to spend a fortune on ‘real’ diamonds, you may consider synthetic diamond rings. Despite the fact that synthetic jewels cost hundreds or even thousands dollars less than natural, they look really breathtaking.

Chocolate diamond rings can be given for a wedding, engagement, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, anniversary or just about any other occasion to a stylish lady. They are also perfect as mother daughter rings. It would be an ideal present for somebody who prefers something special and non-traditional.

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Mia Lee is a passionate ring blogger, sharing her expertise on engagement, wedding, and fashion rings. With a background in gemology and jewelry design, her informative blog covers ring history, cultural significance, and practical tips. Mia's engaging style has made her a go-to source for ring enthusiasts.