This diamond-simulating jewelry sparkles just like the real thing

Love diamonds but feel nervous about wearing something so expensive and delicate every day? You don't have to worry about that anymore with the jewelry in the J.Rosea simulated diamond jewelry collection. The stones in this collection have been hand cut 109 times for a luster that's scarily similar to what you'd see on a real diamond. Check out this blog post to learn more about this unique collection.

This diamond-simulating jewelry sparkles  just like the real thing
J.Rosea simulated diamond jewelry collection necklace and ring

Give yourself that extra sparkle with the J.Rosea simulated diamond jewelry collection. The jewels in this diamond simulant jewelry have been cut 109 times by master craftsmen with more than three decades of experience. While real diamonds are wonderful, these gems are indistinguishable from the real thing and are 1/100th of the price of an actual diamond. Treat yourself without blowing your budget with the J.Rosea collection.

The pieces in the J.Rosea collection are stunning. Made from zirconia, a diamond simulant, this range includes a ring, necklace, and earrings available in silver or rose gold. The designs are modern and beautiful, accessories you’ll be proud to wear. According to the company’s Kickstarter campaign, while most diamond simulants have 58 cuts, those in the J.Rosea collection have 109. This high number of cuts gives it just as many reflections and subtleties as you’d expect on true diamonds, and those are pretty expensive. The technique the artisans use is called Sixteen A and it gives imitation diamonds a superior gloss and sparkle compared to other stones.

J.Rosea simulated diamond jewelry collection in a video

Check out the Sixteen A technique

The campaign’s Kickstarter page writes that the top one percent of diamonds show designs of eight hearts and eight arrows under a microscope. However, with the Sixteen A technique, the stones in this diamond simulant jewelry actually have sixteen hearts and sixteen arrows. With more hearts and arrows, more light gets reflected, which creates a brighter, more impressive jewel. So the items in this collection look quite fancy.

This diamond simulant jewelry sparkles just like the real thing J.Rosea simulated diamond jewelry collection
Diamond simulant jewelry: J.Rosea collection on a tan background

Discover the J. Prong setting

Have you ever noticed how easy it is for finer jewelry to get caught on clothing or another piece of material? Over time, the impact can weaken the setting, and the stone could fall out. For this reason, the J.Rosea collection relies on 1.16 mm prong setting legs, thicker than the 0.5 mm leg favored by most jewelry companies. This extra thickness lets you wear this simulated diamond jewelry without a worry. Likewise, the earring backs, or clutches, in this collection are 6 mm wide, wider than the standard size (3–4 mm).

This imitation diamond jewelry has all the details

Another detail that makes this diamond simulant jewelry unique is the necklace’s adjustable lengths: 15.75, 16.5, and 17.3 inches. So with this necklace, you won’t have to buy different chains depending on how long or short you want to wear it. And every link on the chain has four cuts to make it even shinier. The ring’s prong has also been improved. It’s set at a height that’s ideal for daily activities. And on the sides, 11 small holes adjacent to the small stones let the light shine through the ring for extra brilliance.

10 Mils plating prevents tarnish

Have you ever bought a piece of jewelry that discolored or caused an allergic reaction to your skin? This usually results from cheap or thin plating, which can easily come off. Luckily, the plating on this diamond simulant jewelry is thicker and is called 10 mils plating. The J.Rosea collection uses 10 mils of gold plating and 5 mils of white gold plating. So this is a plating that’s quite heavy duty and won’t chip off or change colors after a few wears.

You can wear this jewelry every day

If you think you can only wear fine jewelry on special occasions and when you aren’t traveling, you’d be mistaken. The pieces in the J.Rosea collection are unique and luxurious, but you can wear them every day. That’s thanks to their durable materials, craftsmanship, and cleverly designed settings. So, go ahead, wear the ring, earrings, and necklace to work, while you’re out on errands, and even when you travel. The pieces are durable yet look so beautiful and delicate.

Wear jewelry like you’re rich

According to the company’s Kickstarter page, the truly rich don’t buy real diamonds. That’s because they know that once they leave the jeweler’s, the rock immediately loses over 50% of its value. Instead, actors and wealthy people tend to wear simulated diamonds, jewelry like the J.Rosea collection. Then, they don’t have to worry about theft or damage during their travels and red-carpet events. Maybe the rest of us should follow their lead.

Treat your lady to this simulated diamond jewelry

And, of course, the pieces in the J.Rosea collection make a great gift for your mom, girlfriend, or grandmother. The elegant designs are modern yet eye-catching and give any outfit a special glow. Best of all, they can wear this jewelry every day, without the fear of damaging it.

The J.Rosea collection is a breathtaking assortment of simulated diamond jewelry. The stones in each piece have been hand cut 109 times by artisans with over 30 years of experience. The lustrous jewels rival any real diamond. and are true works of art. Also, with thoughtful details like a thicker prong setting, you can wear this jewelry as you go about your normal activities. You’re going to want to treat yourself, or the woman in your life, to this diamond simulant jewelry.

The pieces in the J.Rosea simulated diamond jewelry collection typically start at $180. You can currently preorder select items from the collection for $120 on Kickstarter. Do you own any simulated diamond jewelry that you swear looks just like the real thing? If so, let us know about it in the comments.

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