Star-Studded Affairs

Jeffrey M. Bertman
Graduate Gemologist

Sparkling diamond jewelry is often compared to stars. Not only is this an apt metaphor, it speaks of the romance that surrounds both the fiery gemstone and heavenly nights. It should come as little surprise, then, that diamond jewelry with celestial motifs hardly ever goes out of style and remains a surefire bet to send women and girls over the moon. A five-pointed star is a favorite design that lends itself to diamond jewelry ranging from earrings and rings to bracelets and necklaces. Equally stunning is the cusp-of-the-moon motif, which is particularly favored for pendants that are worn on special nights out. In fact, there are hardly any heavenly inspired pieces of diamond jewelry that are possible to resist. We have an extraordinary collection of top quality certified diamonds, diamond engagement rings, custom designs and fine diamond jewelry. Come find dazzling diamonds of all shapes and sizes displayed in our showcases at 1402 Hancock Street, Quincy Center. If you have any questions about the exquisite pieces we offer please feel free to contact us at 617-773-3636. By having the knowledge and expertise to go to the source to buy, no matter where in the world that might be, Rogers continues to bring you the highest quality at the most reasonable prices.

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