Why Diamond Studs are Always the Perfect Gift


February 14th is coming up fast, and yes, you should get her something stellar. Now, we know that’s easier said than done. We also know there’s one item designed to make every woman smile: diamond stud earrings.

If there has ever been a piece of jewelry you can’t get wrong, it’s this one. Diamond stud earrings are the pantry staple of a woman’s jewelry box - always classic and always in style. She can wear these earrings day or night with any and every outfit. The best part? It’s impossible to buy the wrong size. Seriously, in 165 years, not one person has returned a pair and said, “they don’t fit.”

To get you started, here are 3 of our favorites:

Hearts on Fire Fulfillment Earrings

These studs were inspired by Hearts On Fire's halo engagement ring collection. They feature 20 diamonds perfectly placed in a circular design. They’ve been arranged to get the look of bigger diamonds for a more approachable cost (we know that's music to your ears). The Hearts on Fire Fulfillment earrings show off approximately 1.90 to 2.10 carats of round brilliant diamonds.

Marco Bicego Delicati Earrings

The Delicati earrings were made with traditional Italian craftsmanship using old world techniques and modern technology. Bicego showcased his talent with this design. The center featured 20 pave set full cut diamonds (with a total weight is about 0.15 carats for both earrings) that are encircled by a ring made of 18k yellow gold and hand-engraved by Italian artisans. Trust us, these won't mirror any other earrings her friends will get this year.

Paolo Costagli Brillante Earrings

Paolo Costagli has taken the traditional diamond stud earrings and given them a unique geometric design. These feature one center full cut diamond set in 18 karat yellow gold. The diamonds are about 0.10 carat, and are sure to flash attention in any room.

If you don't see something you love here, we've got great options from Mikimoto, Fire and Ice, Roberto Coin, and Suna Brothers too. Visit us in San Francisco and Palo Alto to see these and more in-person.

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