Diamond jewellery looks best when there are a considerable number of diamonds to sparkle on it, the whole purpose of diamond jewellery is to glitter, shine and sparkle. Cluster Jewellery fulfils that purpose and how! Cluster Jewellery can be defined as a bunch of diamonds placed together in any variety of settings that forms a cluster look and is used as the main motif of the jewellery piece. Used very commonly in case of ring settings, clusters can be used with diamond or gemstone jewellery.
The different types of settings that fall under this category are pressure setting, prong setting or several small clusters and pressure sets that are placed close to each other to form one big cluster.
The diamond cluster pendant, for example, is a great example and very commonly used for daily wear too. The pendant goes well with this setting type as being the lightest weight jewellery type amongst all others it is used on a daily basis and is most visible to onlookers. The cluster form often emits enough sparkle to make an everyday pendant look exclusive.
The most popular product line when it comes to clusters is the ring. Ring settings have the most variation as the requirement for rings with a sparkling centre is everyone's need. The solitaire ring, therefore, is often substituted by its less expensive options like the pressure setting that makes it look like a solitaire from a distance.
The diamond cluster necklace is an attractive but expensive option as the repetition of the cluster design makes the neckpiece heavy and not so cost friendly. For simpler necklace options, however, you can always go with the lariat or pendant necklace style that would include fewer clusters.
Diamond Cluster Earrings can range between prong settings and pressure settings, the latter is used as a solitaire substitute, while the former is the most commonly used design type as most nakshatra designs are made of the cluster set. A bunch of diamond placed in different snowflake-like designs almost to imitate a star, which is where the word nakshatra comes from.
The diamond cluster bracelet design makes for attractive office wear, as it is not too heavy yet not completely negligible, its visibility is enhanced by the look of the diamonds something that is usually absent when it comes to other regular wear designs in the workwear category. Which is also another reason why the prong cluster makes for some amazing traditional and ethnic designs while the pressure cut makes for contemporary styles.
The diamond cluster mangalsutra is predominately used for weddings and parties and not as much for daily wear as they come off as heavy and elaborate in look. Mostly used with Indian wear, these designs fall under the ethnic design category and are priced with a bit of a pocket pinch as compared to the bracelets, pendants and rings.
You can buy jewellery online at Rockrush from a variety of collections and design options. The cluster collection starts at INR 20,000 approximately and is perfect for anniversary gifts and partywear.