Round Diamond Studs from Side in White Gold

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Our shimmering diamond earrings make a wonderful present for someone special in your life, including yourself. Shop meticulously matched diamond earrings in a scope of styles including studs, halo, and hoops.

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Diamond Studs Customized with Natural and Lab-grown diamonds and Various Sizes Qualities and Metals

Frequently Asked Questions for Earrings

By default you will get Push Back. However, if you would like to change it to Screw Back please mention it in “Order notes” or email us with your order id to info@bling-ster.com and we will change it free of cost for you.

Push backs are simple to put on and take off.  They’re also a small, discreet sort of earring back, making them ideal for individuals with smaller earlobes. Push backs, on the other hand, are the least secure sort of stud earring back. Push backs can occasionally loosen with time, losing some of the vital tension that keeps your earring firmly in place.

Screw backs, like push backs, are a smaller, more discrete form of earring back.   Screw backs, on the other hand, offer one benefit over push backs: they are more secure. Because a screw back must be precisely fastened on each time, it takes somewhat longer to set than a push back. Many individuals believe that this short amount of extra effort is well worth it for the added sense of security, especially for bigger or more precious diamond studs.

Blingster offers lifetime warranty for the products you purchase from our website and it includes remounts as well free of cost.

All natural diamonds above 0.21 carats each will accompany a Gemological Institute of America (GIA) certificate and either International Gemological Institute (IGI) or GIA certificate for Lab-Grown diamonds above 0.50 carats.

Established in 1931, GIA is the world’s foremost authority on diamonds, colored stones, and pearls. A public benefit, nonprofit institute, GIA is the leading source of knowledge, standards, and education in gems and jewelry.