Swarovski

Swarovski:
Brilliant, Quality Stones for Any Occasion

At Yalish Diamonds we believe in quality above all else. Your engagement ring or wedding band should be as timeless and as exquisite as your love for one another. This is why we source only the best synthetic and lab created diamonds available. Our luxurious selection of rings and bands highlight the details and finer points of the stone. And of course, the beauty speaks for itself.

Swarovski is perhaps one of the best-known names in the world when it comes to an affordable diamond substitute. Founded in 1895, Swarovski gemstones have come to be synonymous with a quality that you’d otherwise be hard-pressed to find.

Swarovski’s gems exemplify luxury, exquisiteness and glamour. This is why their gemstones have become popular among even celebrities. Consider the following:

The History of Swarovski

First created in the 1970s, zirconia came to be one of Swarovski’s signature offerings; they were pioneers as far as machine cutting the gemstones in-house. And while yes, the company is widely known for its crystals, its zirconia because of how precisely cut and how closely the stone replicates the properties of an actual diamond, has become the go-to option as far as getting that diamond quality on a budget.

Diamond is of course the hardest mineral that exists—it has a rating of 10 on the Mohs scale. And Swarovski gems do not follow far behind, rating an 8.5. So, it is easy to see that in terms of appearance and its inherent properties, Swarovski is the premiere diamond alternative. With the naked eye, it is impossible to spot any differences between the two.

At Yalish Diamonds, we have left no stone unturned when it comes to pairing our exclusive engagement and wedding ring collections with the absolute best diamond alternatives on the market. Each stone is laser-engraved with “Swarovski CZ” thereby ensuring its authenticity. The name Swarovski is a well-established one in the gemstone industry for a reason. From the precision cuts, to the brilliant light refraction, to the fact that it truly is indistinguishable from natural diamonds, these Swarovski stones are genuinely something to behold.

Swarovski

$600 - $1,500
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