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Frequently Asked Questions
How much do diamond necklaces cost in London?
The price of diamond necklaces in London can vary significantly based on factors such as the size, quality, and quantity of diamonds used, the type and purity of the metal used for the chain, and the design's complexity. A simple diamond pendant necklace might start from around £500, with prices for more luxurious pieces reaching into the tens or even hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Why does my necklace hurt my neck?
If your necklace is causing discomfort, there could be several reasons. It might be too heavy, causing strain on your neck muscles, or it might have sharp edges or points that are poking your skin. Additionally, you may be allergic to the metal used in the necklace, which can cause skin irritation or a rash. If your necklace is uncomfortable, consider having it adjusted or checked for rough edges. If you suspect an allergy, try a necklace made from a hypoallergenic material like platinum or pure gold.
How to keep a diamond necklace from flipping over?
If your necklace keeps flipping over, it might be because the chain is too long or the pendant is not properly balanced. You could try shortening the chain or adjusting the clasp so that the pendant hangs correctly. If it's a design issue, you might need to consult with a jeweller. Additionally, there are products available, such as small transparent rubber discs, that you can attach to the back of the pendant to increase friction and help prevent flipping.
Can you wear a diamond necklace every day?
Yes, you can wear a diamond necklace every day. Diamonds are one of the hardest substances on earth and can withstand daily wear. However, remember that the metal part of the necklace may not be as durable and can get scratched or tarnished. Regular cleaning and occasional professional servicing will keep your diamond necklace in top condition. Also, be aware that although diamonds are durable, they can still be lost if the necklace's settings are loose, so periodic checks are recommended.
What is a floating diamond necklace?
A floating diamond necklace is a style of necklace where the diamond appears to be 'floating' on the wearer's neck. This effect is achieved by setting the diamond on a transparent or near-invisible line or wire, or by attaching it directly to the chain with minimal settings. The result is a minimalist and elegant look where the diamond appears to be suspended in mid-air.
How to clean a diamond necklace?
Cleaning a diamond necklace can be done at home with care, but we recommend consulting a jeweller to ensure the process is done correctly. Here are some steps to help you if you choose to clean it yourself:
- Prepare a cleaning solution: Mix a few drops of mild dish soap in a bowl with warm (not hot) water.
- Soak the necklace: Place your diamond necklace into the solution and let it soak for 15 to 30 minutes.
- Gentle brushing: After soaking, use a soft toothbrush to gently brush the diamonds and the metal chain. Be sure to get into the small crevices, but do so very gently to avoid damaging the setting or the chain.
- Rinse: Rinse the necklace under warm running water. Make sure to close the sink drain or do this over a bowl to prevent accidentally losing your jewelry if it slips out of your hand.
- Dry and Polish: Use a soft, lint-free cloth to dry the necklace. You can also use a hairdryer set on cool to dry hard-to-reach areas. Once it's dry, use a jewelry polishing cloth to give the metal parts a nice shine.
Remember, this method is suitable for diamond necklaces set in gold, platinum, and silver. If your necklace includes other types of gemstones or is made from a different material, you may need to use a different cleaning method. Always check with a professional jeweler if you're unsure. For regular deep cleaning and checks to ensure the diamonds are securely set, it's still recommended to take your necklace to a professional.