Designing Your Own Piece of Diamond Jewelry

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I myself have always been a big earring girl. You all have probably seen my posts about my large wood earrings. I love my large earrings. However, large earrings mean small necklaces. I have been on the hunt for a small diamond necklace that goes with everything. I haven’t ever found anything that I LOVED., Many times the chains are the wrong metal or they are just too long. You know that awkward length where the pendant sits right on the neckline of your shirt?

So I have found a company that addresses all these issues!  I was able to completely customize with Anjolee and get the necklace I loved on a 16″ chain! It is perfect! I can see myself wearing this necklace every day.

What I love about Anjolee is that everything you buy is completely customizable. You find a design on their website that you like and you can customize the stone quality, the color metal, the size of the chain (for necklaces). It’s basically a custom piece of diamond jewelry! For my particular necklace, you can choose between yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, and platinum.

They have this new collection of floral pieces which are really beautiful. The one I received is called the Essence of Nature Diamond pendant. I also loved the Tulip pendant and the Lotus flower pendant. They have so many beautiful diamond necklaces (and other jewelry pieces) to choose from that I encourage you to check them out!

Diamond Necklaces
Diamond Necklaces

You can also choose to add on a third party certification for your diamond as well. Their products also come with a 30 day return policy as well. So you know that you are safe in purchasing.

I am so excited for this piece and definitely will look to Anjolee whenever I am in the market for a new piece of jewelry! 

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