Delectable Diamonds

Diamonds are like the icing on the cake for a perfect wedding.

Cakes provided by Haydel’s Bakery

Clockwise: Antique platinum and diamond chandelier earrings with approximately 4.00 carat total weight diamonds at Friend & Company; 18-karat white gold, diamond and cushion cut white topaz pendant on chain at Adler’s; 18-karat white gold engagement ring with round center stone surrounded by baguettes at Adler’s; Edwardian-styled ring finished in 18-karat white gold with 1.50 carat count diamond weight at Wellington & Co.; Eternity band with 1.60 total carat weight of brilliant round diamonds set in platinum at Rothschild Diamond; Ring with 3.50-carat, emerald-cut center diamond accompanied by approximately 2.00 carats of emerald-cut side diamonds set in platinum at M.S. Rau Antiques.


Halo engagement ring with 3.15 carat brilliant round center stone in a platinum halo setting with 0.75 total carats of brilliant round diamonds at Rothschild Diamond; Eternity band with 3.42 carats of diamonds set in platinum at Wellington & Co.; Heart earrings with 2.00 total carats of diamonds pave set in 18-karat white gold at Rothschild Diamond; Platinum Art Deco bracelet with more than 6 carats of diamonds at Symmetry Jewelers; Wedding band with 0.75 total carats of alternating baguettes and brilliant round diamonds set in 18-karat white gold at Rothschild Diamond; Brilliant round halo earrings, 3.00 total carats, includes the brilliant round center stones weighing 2.60 total carats in a 18 karat double halo setting with 0.40 total carats of brilliant round diamonds in 18 karat white gold at Rothschild Diamond; Diamond bracelet of 18 karat white gold and more than 12 carats of diamonds, finished with marquis, round brilliant and radiant cut diamonds at Wellington & Co.; Necklace with 18-karat white gold graduated scroll links and 4 carats of diamonds at Symmetry Jewelers.


French bracelet made in 1955 with 55.00 carats of diamonds and rich platinum at M.S. Rau Antiques; Simon G engagement ring with an Asscher cut 2-carat center stone and an 18-karat white gold setting with 1.23 carats of diamonds at Friend & Company; Drop earrings with a total of .75 carat oval cut center stone diamonds with .45 carats of surrounding round brilliant cut diamonds set in 18-karat white gold at Wellington & Co.; Art Deco style bracelet with 32 white diamonds; diamonds total approximately 12 carats at M.S. Rau Antiques; Wellington & Co. Signature Collection halo engagement ring, available in any metal and center diamond size at Wellington & Co.; Antique 14-karat white gold and bezel set diamond mesh bracelet; approximately 2.50 carats total weight at Friend & Company; 14 karat antique bezel diamond drop earrings with 4 carats of diamonds at Symmetry Jewelers; Art Deco diamond clip earrings by Cartier circa 1920, studded with 3.75 carats of diamonds at M.S. Rau Antiques; Estate platinum and baguette diamond eternity band with approximately 3.60 carat total weight diamonds at Friend & Company; 1950s platinum and baguette diamond eternity band, with approximately 4.50 carat total weight diamonds at Friend & Company; 18-karat white gold cushion cut diamond eternity band at Adler’s.
 

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