You can’t go wrong with diamonds. Our micro diamond jewellery features handpicked and ethically sourced high-quality diamonds. Discover gold diamond stud earrings, diamond solitaire earrings, diamond letter necklaces and our latest diamond tennis bracelets.
Discover diamond stud earrings, diamond letter necklaces and diamond tennis bracelets.
SHOP OUR MICRO DIAMOND JEWELLERY
Make yourself shine with our diamond jewellery. Featuring handpicked and ethically sourced high-quality diamonds, our micro diamond pieces are designed to be treasured and worn for nobody. With diamond rings, diamond earrings, diamond tennis bracelets and diamond necklaces the opportunities are endless. Add a touch of sophistication to your curated earring design with a micro diamond piece to effortlessly complement a classic hoop or stud. Or get up and glow with a dainty micro diamond necklace layered with a fine chain for a sleek and sophisticated style. All our diamond jewellery features delicate micro diamonds – making them perfect for everyday wear. Express your individuality and find a piece that’s authentically you with our micro diamond jewellery online now.
A micro diamond is considered any diamond smaller than 0.85mm. Their small size makes them the perfect stone to use in fine diamond jewellery, adding a subtle shine to our timeless designs. Dainty and delicate, our micro diamond jewellery pieces are the perfect way to elevate your everyday look. Choose from staple diamond studs, elegant diamond initial necklaces, and stunning diamond stacker rings.
Our micro diamond range also features select pave pieces. This style of micro diamond jewellery uses small diamonds to pave a band, giving it a continuous sparkle, so the surface appears to lack a metal setting. Perfect for those looking to incorporate a touch of glamour, glow, and
shine into their jewellery collection.
Not only does our micro diamond jewellery make for a great everyday addition to your jewellery collection, but it is also a meaningful gift idea. Our diamond jewellery gifts feature initial necklaces, zodiac necklaces and earrings so you can pick a piece that truly reflects your loved one’s style and personality. Indulge in our micro diamond jewellery collection and elevate your style today.
How to clean diamond jewellery?
To clean diamond jewellery, soak the diamond jewellery in a bowl of warm water mixed with a mild soap or cleaner. Let it soak for a few minutes to loosen any dirt or grime. Use a soft-bristled brush, such as a toothbrush, to gently scrub the diamond jewellery. Pay attention to any crevices or details in the diamond jewellery. Rinse the diamond jewellery under warm running water to remove any soap residue. Ensure the diamond jewellery is completely dry with a soft cloth.
How to store diamond jewellery?
To store diamond jewellery, we recommend keeping jewellery separately to prevent them from tangling or scratching each other. Use a soft cloth or jewellery pouch to wrap each diamond jewellery. Avoid storing your diamond jewellery in a damp or humid area, as moisture can damage the metal or gemstones.
What is the difference between natural and laboratory grown diamonds?
The main difference between natural and laboratory-grown diamonds lies in their origin and formation process. Natural diamonds are formed deep within the Earth's mantle over billions of years through natural geological processes. They are mined from the Earth's crust and are a finite resource. Laboratory-grown diamonds, also known as synthetic or cultured diamonds, are created in a controlled laboratory environment using technological processes that replicate the conditions under which natural diamonds form. At Medley we offer both Natural Diamonds and Laboratory Grown Diamonds (Lab Diamonds) so the choice is yours.
What is the history of diamond jewellery?
The history of diamond jewellery dates back thousands of years. Diamonds were first discovered and mined in ancient India, around the 4th century BC. They were treasured for their beauty and rarity. In ancient civilizations, such as in India and Egypt, diamonds were used as adornments for royalty and the wealthy. In the Middle Ages, diamonds became more prevalent in Europe, particularly among the nobility and upper class, used as a symbol of wealth, power, and prestige. In recent years, there has been a growing appreciation for unique and modern diamond jewellery, as well as a focus on ethical sourcing and sustainable practices in the diamond industry.