We are often asked about the various options when adding a diamond to a Heather B. Moore charm. Read on to figure out your sparkly options so that you can be ready for our upcoming trunk show (April 27-29).
If you have a 14K gold charm, you can set diamonds directly into the face — anywhere you like — for stunning results.
It is important to note that diamonds may only be set in 14K yellow, white, green or rose gold. But, even if your charm has a sterling silver face, or if you’re just looking for something a little different, in true Heather Moore fashion, there are tons of other options. Here’s a quick rundown.
Wide Frame Charms
Choose a sterling silver or 14K gold charm with a 14K gold wide frame. Then you may set a single diamond, or multiple diamonds in the frame.
Channel Set Charms
Up the wow factor with channel-set diamonds!
Choose a charm with a 14K gold frame. The diamond granules add a timeless touch.
Double Frame Charms
Available on standard charms as well, diamonds may be set along the edge of a double frame charm.
Channel-Set Jump Ring
This option — only available with a 14K gold charm and 14K gold frame — is a nice way to add subtle sparkle.
Rough diamonds in nearly any color and bezel cup diamonds are yet another way to add a diamond to your piece if you don’t want it directly in the charm.
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