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Fancy Yellow Diamond Earrings

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DOUBLE HALO YELLOW DIAMOND EARRINGS
$5,700.00
Make a statement with these stunning diamond earrings. Two beautiful cushion cut diamonds rest at the center and are surrounded by a double halo of accent diamonds.

FLAOTING OVAL YELLOW DIAMOND EARRINGS
$5,610.00

At the center of these beautiful 18K gold earrings, pear-shaped yellow diamonds are featured in a handcrafted setting. Negative spacing and white diamond accents complete the look.
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TEARDROP YELLOW DIAMOND CLUSTER EARRINGS.
$41,900.00

These 18K white and yellow gold earrings deliver a jaw-dropping looking. A cluster of yellow diamonds, totaling to 13.63 carats, sets the stage while an additional 1.46 carats of round cut white diamonds deliver contrast and added shine.

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Yellow Diamond Earrings

YDiamonds has an amazing selection of Yellow Diamond Earrings: classic studs, dazzling hoops and spectacular drop earrings. Work with a YDiamonds consultant to find the cut and setting of the yellow diamond earrings of your dreams among the incomparable inventory, and YDiamonds will become your exclusive jeweler. Exhausting and frustrating brick-and-mortar shopping will be a thing of the past. Plus you can rest assured that all YDiamonds meet the requirements of the Kimberly Process Certification Scheme.
Diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth. They are formed by the action of the intense heat and pressure on carbon in the deepest recesses of the earth for billions of years. The yellow diamond differs from the white in some of its carbon atoms have been replaced by nitrogen atoms. There is no great structural change in the stone, but nitrogen supplies the yellow color—the more nitrogen, the more intense the color.