Yellow diamonds can be found all over the world but are most commonly seen in South Africa.
All diamonds are made from carbon and are created under very high pressure and heat beneath the Earth’s surface. Coloured diamonds get their vibrant hues from trace elements that are present during their formation. In the case of yellow diamonds, nitrogen is the element that gives these gemstones their sunshine shades.
Yes! Yellow diamonds are popular for all kinds of jewellery thanks to celebrities like Lady Gaga wearing them on the red carpet.
The most popular styles for yellow diamond earrings are studs and drop earrings. Stones can often be seen on their own, highlighting the beauty of the bright hue or taking centre stage in a halo or centre-stone design, surrounded by a ring of smaller white diamonds.
Yes – as long as you choose a hypoallergenic metal such as sterling silver, platinum, or a high-karat gold, you won’t have any problems with sensitive ears.