- 10K Yellow Gold Mounting and Chain
- 1/2ct of Genuine Diamonds
- Certified by the American Gem Society.
- Each pendant is tagged by AGS the American Gem Society with a unique number matching your certificate and can be searched and verified on the AGS website.
- All of our diamond suppliers and MLG state that to the best or their/our knowledge that all of our diamonds are conflict free.
The Amanda Rose Collection carries a variety of fine jewelry. Our collection includes diamond, gemstone, gold, and fashion jewelry. The Amanda Rose Collection is a fifth generation family owned and operated line of jewelry. We pride ourselves on offering high end products at low cost prices. We began as wholesalers traveling around selling different jewelry lines. Once the internet came about, we decided to list a couple of pairs of diamond earrings, which eventually led us to where we are today. Currently, we are being operated by Amanda Rose herself, and her father.
When shopping for a diamond, trust the AGS Laboratories. We protect consumers by providing expert, third-party evaluation of a diamond’s quality characteristics.
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The 4 C's
Diamonds are graded for color on a scale from colorless, to light yellow or brown. Only the rarest of diamonds are completely colorless, or a D grade. Diamonds are graded for color on a D (colorless) to Z (visibly yellow) scale.
Natural diamonds have inclusions, which are small imperfections internally, or on the surface of the diamond. Diamonds with the smallest and least amount of inclusions receive the highest clarity grade. These imperfections are often times difficult to see with an untrained eye. No two diamonds are exactly the same. Inclusions are one of the factors that make your diamond unique, and will not compromise the beauty of your diamond.
The diamonds cut refers to the craftsmanship of the diamond. The way a diamond is cut affects how light will be reflected and refracted after entering the diamond to create the diamond's fire and brilliance.
The carat refers to the weight of the diamond. For a pair of earrings, the carat is in reference to the combined weight of both earrings (carat total weight).