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EARINGS


Earrings have been popular for more than 7000 years and have their origins in ancient Asia. The Egyptians wore earrings to show status. But in ancient Rome, earrings were worn only by slaves and in ancient Greece by prostitutes. Welcome to our world and interpretation of the earring as an accessory.
 

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DIAMOND PENDANT
Today, no outfit feels complete without precious stones and diamond earrings in gold, making a style of clothing even more special. Both men and women wear diamond earrings in gold, both in casual and formal settings. Two of the most popular styles of gold diamond earrings were the girandole and the pendeloque, both a type of hanging draped type of earring. Women wore them in pairs, or as a set if she could afford it. Men usually wear diamond earrings in gold on only one ear. The girandole is like a chandelier with a single top station that branched out to support three drops. Pendeloque had a top station that sustained a single long fall (like a pendulum). As hairstyles grow taller, diamond earrings in gold traditionally become longer and heavier to give a stronger impression.

 

DIAMOND PENDANT IN GOLD FOR MEN


Gold diamond earrings for men are no longer for the rebellious or those who want to challenge but part of a growing trend. Many modern men are starting to wear more jewelry to express their style and personality. Gold diamond earrings have been one of the most popular types of earrings for men and whatever your style, there is sure to be one to suit you.

MALE DIAMOND EAR PENDANTS IN GOLD VERSUS THE TRADITIONAL FEMALE STYLE?
This is a common question that we get asked often. Diamond earrings in gold like bounce are unisex and suit both men and women equally well. The biggest differences, if there were any, are in that case color and size. Male diamonds are often larger than female ones, although this is not always the case.

 

HOW TO WEAR THE DIAMOND PENDANT IN GOLD WITH STUDS?


This is a matter of gold diamond earrings driven by personal taste and style. If you, as a man, are unsure how to wear a diamond stud earring, we recommend a solitaire diamond earring in gold. Solitaire Studs A "diamond solitaire" simply means a single diamond. It comes without side diamonds such as a halo or any other embellishment. If you like the idea of an understated style, a single diamond earring in gold is probably for you. While simple men's earrings are more popular, wearing diamond earrings in gold as a pair has also become an increased trend in men's jewelry, and it gives a modern feel.In terms of style, it's all about personal taste.

 

DIAMOND PENDANTS IN THE HISTORY OF GOLD


Early earrings were usually real rings or crescents of metal or cut stone that were passed through a pierced hole in the earlobe. The oldest earrings found by archaeologists are believed to be between 8,200–8,500 years old. As I said, earrings and diamond earrings in gold have been popular for a very long time and have their origins in ancient Asia. Gems and metals have been used to adorn the human body since the dawn of mankind. Ancient peoples, both men and women, all over the world found ways to adorn themselves from head to toe. They draped chains of precious metal around their necks, wore circles of precious stones on their wrists and ankles, put rings of gold and silver on their fingers, and hung decorative jewels from their ears. These decorative markers may have been symbols of a person's religion, marital status, rank, status, or wealth. Earrings almost completely disappeared in Europe between the 11th and 16th centuries. Women, who before this had become the main wearers of earrings, wore hairstyles and headdresses that obscured the ears completely. This made earrings an unnecessary ornament and expense.