A curated jewelry edit for the April babe

Happy Spring April babes, it’s your time to shine [bright like a diamond🎶]. In celebration of your birth month, we did a little digging (literally) to learn more about the toughest gemstone that is your birthstone, Diamond.

Diamonds are actually named for their toughness and hardness. The word diamond in English originates from the Greek word “adamao” which means “I subdue”. But the root of that word shows up in works like adamantine which means “unbreakable”. Their name is not only where these gemstones get their toughness. They are the hardest substance on earth. The only thing that can scratch a diamond is another diamond💎.

Did you know that diamonds can actually come in every color? A large majority of diamonds have a pale yellow hue or are colorless, but they can also be brown, blue, green, red, pink, or black. Russia and Botswana are responsible for half of the world’s diamond production every year. Also in the top 4 are Canada and South Africa, which give diamonds an added bonus of coming from all corners of the world.

From ceremonial suites to diamond studs, we’ve curated a jewelry edit that encompasses the power of this small, natural wonder.

Our Bea Suite No. 20 is made up of our stunning Bea East/West Solitaire Ring and nested between our Eleonore Pave Scallop Band and our Marquise Butterfly Tiara Band. See if these bands can be paired with your own ring or a new ASJ ring with the help of our stacking guide!

These Diamond Dusted Meridian Studs are the best way to get your diamond fix! With two accent diamonds and a line of diamonds down the front of the stud, you are sure to find the sparkle you are looking for here. These studs are set in your choice of 14k recycled yellow, white or rose gold.

A stacking pair in the making, plus a pair of studs? Yes please! Pictured above (L to R): Pave Pointe Stud Earrings, Eleonore Delicate Pave Ring, and Helios Baguette Pave Band.