April Birthstone Jewelry: Diamonds
Do April birthdays have it best? With diamonds as their birthstone, they just might.
Our selection of diamond April birthstone jewelry spans the wide range of diamond jewelry available today, from classic diamond high-jewelry from Harry Winston, the King of Diamonds, to demi-fine jewelry that perfectly expresses your unique style.
The Winston Cluster has been an icon for Harry Winston — and the jewelry world — since it debuted in the 1940s. Mr. Winston decided to place diamonds at different heights and angles, bringing in more light and increasing their sparkle. This high-jewelry necklace features 195 pear- and marquise-cut diamonds.
Harry Winston Winston Cluster necklace in platinum with 136.66 carats diamond, price on request, harrywinston.com
G by Glenn Spiro
Glenn Spiro is a London-based gemstone dealer and jewelry designer who specializes in exquisite stones. This ring features an exceptional 10.01-carat, D-colored, internally flawless, Type II A marquise-cut diamond. Type II A diamonds are the purest diamonds that exist, so a diamond of this size, color, and clarity is a rare find. The old mine diamond is set in 18K red gold and bronze, an unusual metal choice for a stone of this quality, and there are pavé diamonds that trim the shank.
G by Glenn Spiro ring in 18K red gold and bronze with a 10.01-carat marquise-cut diamond and pavé diamonds, price on request, glennspiro.co.uk
London-based designer Ananya honors her Indian heritage in her pieces, but updates them with a contemporary design. The Scatter earrings feature 4.9 carats of baguette diamonds set in an organic pattern.
Ananya Scatter earrings in 18K white gold with 4.9 carats diamond, $16,600, ananya.com
Anita Ko is known for her stunning diamond jewelry. She brings her unique design aesthetic to classic pieces, like this eternity band, which she makes modern and chic by using diagonally set diamonds. While eternity bands are traditional wedding bands, this piece is so chic it could easily be an everyday fashion statement.
Anita Ko ring in 18K white gold with 3.8 carats diamond, $18,800, anitako.com
Kwiat’s superb stones are on full display in the Legacy Embrace earrings. Two round brilliant diamonds, each around 1 carat, sit at the top of the earrings. Two diamond-set X motifs connect them to gorgeous pear-shaped diamonds, one weighing 11.06 carats, the other 11.19 carats.
Kwiat Legacy Embrace earrings in platinum with 25.46 carats diamond, price on request, kwiat.com
Fred Leighton takes an unusual design approach in the Collet ring. It features a 10.05-carat marquise-cut diamond set in silver-topped 18K gold, a stark contrast to the white diamond. A smattering of round diamonds tops the yellow gold band.
Fred Leighton Collet ring in 18K gold with 11.19 carats diamond, $254,000, fredleighton.com
These chic Ascension Fringe earrings from Graziela have five strands of baguette diamonds that hang from cleverly-set baguette diamonds that recreate the look of a large emerald-cut diamond. Round-cut diamonds encircle the baguettes.
Graziela Ascension Fringe earrings in 18K white gold with 13.11 carats diamond, $91,000, grazielagems.com