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Fine Diamond Jewelry

Accessories can represent a myriad of things, from showcasing your style to being a symbol of love. Whether you're looking for simple diamond earrings or engagement rings, Kohl's has you covered! Our selection of fine diamond jewelry includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and of course rings. Treat yourself with a pair of diamond studs. A little sparkle will be the perfect finishing touch to your ensemble!

If love is in the air for you, let Kohl's help you share that love with the world! For young love, promise rings can be a great symbol of your commitment to each other. When you're ready to take it to the next level, we have a gorgeous assortment of both engagement rings and wedding rings that will perfectly represent your relationship. A simple solitaire with a white gold band? Done. Black diamonds in an untraditional setting? We have that too! The color of a diamond should capture the essence of your loved one. No matter what kind of love you're trying to celebrate, from self-love to a forever commitment, we have the fine diamond jewelry to help!

The 4cs

Every diamond is unique, but all diamonds share certain features helpful for comparison and quality assessment. These features are Color, Clarity, Cut and Carat Weight, also known as the 4Cs, developed by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).

Cut refers to the arrangement of the stone's facets and the precision of the cuts, which affect its interaction with light. A well-cut diamond optimizes brightness (white light reflecting from the surface and interior), fire (flares of color) and scintillation (flashes of light seen when the diamond moves).

Cut refers to the arrangement of the stone's facets and the precision of the cuts, which affect its interaction with light. A well-cut diamond optimizes brightness (white light reflecting from the surface and interior), fire (flares of color) and scintillation (flashes of light seen when the diamond moves).

Clarity measures the number and size of a diamond's inclusions (internal) and blemishes (external). The fewer of these characteristics that exist in a diamond, the better its clarity grade on GIA's eleven-grade scale.

Carat weight is the unit of measurement for diamond weight. A greater carat weight will generally mean a more expensive diamond. However, carat weight alone does not determine price or size; the stone's cut and shape affect how large the stone appears and, in addition to color and clarity, help determine value.

Certification

Some diamonds on Kohls.com may include a diamond certification issued by an independent and impartial gemological laboratory. The certification reports the quality and characteristics of the stone, ensures a diamond is natural and clearly discloses any treatments used to enhance color or clarity. It also includes a diagram of the diamond clearly showing the locations and types of flaws (inclusions) it has.

Conflict-Free Diamonds

Conflict diamonds are illegally sourced rough diamonds sold by rebel groups to fund military action against recognized governments. Also known as blood diamonds, conflict diamonds are most often from central and western Africa.

Pursuant to Kohl's Social Responsible Product Sourcing Policy, Kohl's requires our suppliers of diamonds and jewelry to ensure that the merchandise they sell to Kohl's meets the requirements of the Clean Diamonds Trade Act and the Kimberly Process Certification and that this merchandise does not contain conflict diamonds.

Care and Maintenance

Preserve the stunning state of your diamonds with proper care and maintenance.

Clean your diamonds at home every 2-3 weeks and professionally every 6-9 months. Exposure to skin oils, lotions, hairspray, household chemicals and other products causes buildup that dulls your diamond's brilliance. To clean at home:

  • Soak in a solution of warm water and ammonia overnight.
  • In the morning, scrub gently with a clean, soft-bristled toothbrush. Pay special attention to the back of the diamond as this will collect the most buildup.
  • Rinse and dry with a clean, soft and lint-free cloth.
  • An ultrasonic cleaner also may be used.

Inspect your jewelry frequently for loose or damaged settings. If you notice either, bring your piece to a professional jeweler immediately for tightening or repair.

Remove your diamond jewelry when doing rough work or playing sports; though diamonds are the hardest known substance, they can crack, chip or break with sufficient force. Also, remove your diamonds if you will come in contact with harsh or abrasive chemicals such as chlorine bleach, as these chemicals can erode or dissolve the metals used in settings.

Store each piece of diamond jewelry alone, as the jewelry can chip and scratch other pieces. A fabric-lined jewelry case with separate compartments or individual jewelry pouches are best.

Follow any instructions included with your jewelry.

You can be confident that Kohl's has the right diamond jewelry for right moments!