Diamond Earrings are typically encased in gold or sterling silver.
Below are the most common metals used in diamond earrings:
White Gold Earrings
White gold is the most common metal used by jewelers today in diamond earrings
Yellow Gold Earrings
Yellow gold earrings are very traditional and still very popular
Rose Gold Earrings
Rose gold was invented in the 1800's, and has now become a popular gold metal tint for diamond earrings.
Sterling Silver Earrings
Diamond earrings sparkle brilliantly with encased in a white metal, so sterling silver is also a popular metal for diamond earrings.
Platinum is not used as commonly as gold, but very high end diamond earrings can be made in a platinum fasterner.
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