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  • Pick the perfect pair of diamond studs.
  • Diamond Studs 101
  • Finest Quality
  • Finer Quality
  • Fine Quality
  • The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds
Diamond Studs 101

Diamond Studs 101

Diamond studs are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both diamonds. For example, a pair with a total carat weight of 1.00 consists of two diamonds of .50 carat each.

We have diamond stud earrings in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to over five carats total weight. We offer round and princess cut diamonds and your choice of three diamond qualities: Fine, Finer, and Finest. This gives you the flexibility to choose a pair of studs that matches your size and quality preferences while staying within your budget. You can also choose studs with either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings. Our diamond studs are matched by hand by our own in-house diamond expert.

Finest Quality

Finest Quality

The diamonds in our Finest Quality have a Clarity grade of SI2 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I (nearly colorless). A cut above the rest, with the most fire, scintillation, and brilliance. 

Finer Quality

Finer Quality

The diamonds in our Finer Quality have a Clarity grade of I1 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I. A stunning cut with exquisite sparkle. 

Fine Quality

Fine Quality

The diamonds in our Fine Quality have a Clarity grade of I2 and a Color grade ranging H-I. We guarantee beautiful sparkle and brilliance that embodies the quality and value that has made Shane Co. famous. 

The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

Every pair of Shane Co. diamond studs is meticulously hand-matched by Liz, one of our diamond experts who’s been with us for over 30 years. First she puts the diamonds into groups of the same size, carat weight, and grade. Then she examines the stones individually within each group to find pairs with the same amount of sparkle. This attention to detail guarantees that your studs will shine with equal brilliance. Only diamonds that match perfectly become Shane Co. studs. The diamond studs at most other jewelers are matched by their grades alone, and since diamonds with the same grade may have different amounts of sparkle, their studs may not look the same. 

  • Pick the perfect pair of diamond studs.
  • Diamond Studs 101
    Diamond Studs 101

    Diamond Studs 101

    Diamond studs are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both diamonds. For example, a pair with a total carat weight of 1.00 consists of two diamonds of .50 carat each.

    We have diamond stud earrings in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to over five carats total weight. We offer round and princess cut diamonds and your choice of three diamond qualities: Fine, Finer, and Finest. This gives you the flexibility to choose a pair of studs that matches your size and quality preferences while staying within your budget. You can also choose studs with either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings. Our diamond studs are matched by hand by our own in-house diamond expert.

  • Finest Quality
    Finest Quality

    Finest Quality

    The diamonds in our Finest Quality have a Clarity grade of SI2 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I (nearly colorless). A cut above the rest, with the most fire, scintillation, and brilliance. 

  • Finer Quality
    Finer Quality

    Finer Quality

    The diamonds in our Finer Quality have a Clarity grade of I1 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I. A stunning cut with exquisite sparkle. 

  • Fine Quality
    Fine Quality

    Fine Quality

    The diamonds in our Fine Quality have a Clarity grade of I2 and a Color grade ranging H-I. We guarantee beautiful sparkle and brilliance that embodies the quality and value that has made Shane Co. famous. 

  • The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds
    The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

    The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

    Every pair of Shane Co. diamond studs is meticulously hand-matched by Liz, one of our diamond experts who’s been with us for over 30 years. First she puts the diamonds into groups of the same size, carat weight, and grade. Then she examines the stones individually within each group to find pairs with the same amount of sparkle. This attention to detail guarantees that your studs will shine with equal brilliance. Only diamonds that match perfectly become Shane Co. studs. The diamond studs at most other jewelers are matched by their grades alone, and since diamonds with the same grade may have different amounts of sparkle, their studs may not look the same. 

  • Pick the perfect pair of studs.
  • Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101
  • Stud Sizes and Stone Colors
  • The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones
Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

Color stone stud earrings are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both stones. 

Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

We have ruby and sapphire studs in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to six carats total weight. In addition to studs with round rubies, we offer round sapphire studs in 10 colors: traditional blue, ice blue, Kentucky blue, pink, lavender, green, orange, yellow, white, and black. Our ruby and sapphire studs are available in your choice of either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings.

The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

The rubies and sapphires for our stud earrings are hand-picked by Tom Shane in Bangkok, where the world’s finest rubies and sapphires are found. Tom has most of the stones recut on the spot to maximize their beauty. The gemstones are put into groups of the same color, shape, and millimeter size. Then our own color stone experts examine the stones individually within each group in order to make pairs. We demand that each pair of studs has two stones with the same color, hue, shade, sparkle, and brilliance. We look at each potential pair in natural sunlight and under artificial light to be sure they will appear identical once mounted into our earring settings. Shane Co. only sells natural gemstones, never lab-created, which have no intrinsic value. 

  • Pick the perfect pair of studs.
  • Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101
    Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

    Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

    Color stone stud earrings are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both stones. 

  • Stud Sizes and Stone Colors
    Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

    Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

    We have ruby and sapphire studs in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to six carats total weight. In addition to studs with round rubies, we offer round sapphire studs in 10 colors: traditional blue, ice blue, Kentucky blue, pink, lavender, green, orange, yellow, white, and black. Our ruby and sapphire studs are available in your choice of either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings.

  • The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones
    The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

    The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

    The rubies and sapphires for our stud earrings are hand-picked by Tom Shane in Bangkok, where the world’s finest rubies and sapphires are found. Tom has most of the stones recut on the spot to maximize their beauty. The gemstones are put into groups of the same color, shape, and millimeter size. Then our own color stone experts examine the stones individually within each group in order to make pairs. We demand that each pair of studs has two stones with the same color, hue, shade, sparkle, and brilliance. We look at each potential pair in natural sunlight and under artificial light to be sure they will appear identical once mounted into our earring settings. Shane Co. only sells natural gemstones, never lab-created, which have no intrinsic value. 

  • Pick the perfect pair of diamond studs.
  • Diamond Studs 101
  • Finest Quality
  • Finer Quality
  • Fine Quality
  • The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds
Diamond Studs 101

Diamond Studs 101

Diamond studs are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both diamonds. For example, a pair with a total carat weight of 1.00 consists of two diamonds of .50 carat each.

We have diamond stud earrings in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to over five carats total weight. We offer round and princess cut diamonds and your choice of three diamond qualities: Fine, Finer, and Finest. This gives you the flexibility to choose a pair of studs that matches your size and quality preferences while staying within your budget. You can also choose studs with either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings. Our diamond studs are matched by hand by our own in-house diamond expert.

Finest Quality

Finest Quality

The diamonds in our Finest Quality have a Clarity grade of SI2 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I (nearly colorless). A cut above the rest, with the most fire, scintillation, and brilliance. 

Finer Quality

Finer Quality

The diamonds in our Finer Quality have a Clarity grade of I1 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I. A stunning cut with exquisite sparkle. 

Fine Quality

Fine Quality

The diamonds in our Fine Quality have a Clarity grade of I2 and a Color grade ranging H-I. We guarantee beautiful sparkle and brilliance that embodies the quality and value that has made Shane Co. famous. 

The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

Every pair of Shane Co. diamond studs is meticulously hand-matched by Liz, one of our diamond experts who’s been with us for over 30 years. First she puts the diamonds into groups of the same size, carat weight, and grade. Then she examines the stones individually within each group to find pairs with the same amount of sparkle. This attention to detail guarantees that your studs will shine with equal brilliance. Only diamonds that match perfectly become Shane Co. studs. The diamond studs at most other jewelers are matched by their grades alone, and since diamonds with the same grade may have different amounts of sparkle, their studs may not look the same. 

  • Pick the perfect pair of diamond studs.
  • Diamond Studs 101
    Diamond Studs 101

    Diamond Studs 101

    Diamond studs are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both diamonds. For example, a pair with a total carat weight of 1.00 consists of two diamonds of .50 carat each.

    We have diamond stud earrings in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to over five carats total weight. We offer round and princess cut diamonds and your choice of three diamond qualities: Fine, Finer, and Finest. This gives you the flexibility to choose a pair of studs that matches your size and quality preferences while staying within your budget. You can also choose studs with either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings. Our diamond studs are matched by hand by our own in-house diamond expert.

  • Finest Quality
    Finest Quality

    Finest Quality

    The diamonds in our Finest Quality have a Clarity grade of SI2 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I (nearly colorless). A cut above the rest, with the most fire, scintillation, and brilliance. 

  • Finer Quality
    Finer Quality

    Finer Quality

    The diamonds in our Finer Quality have a Clarity grade of I1 or better and a Color grade ranging H-I. A stunning cut with exquisite sparkle. 

  • Fine Quality
    Fine Quality

    Fine Quality

    The diamonds in our Fine Quality have a Clarity grade of I2 and a Color grade ranging H-I. We guarantee beautiful sparkle and brilliance that embodies the quality and value that has made Shane Co. famous. 

  • The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds
    The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

    The Difference: Hand-Matched Diamonds

    Every pair of Shane Co. diamond studs is meticulously hand-matched by Liz, one of our diamond experts who’s been with us for over 30 years. First she puts the diamonds into groups of the same size, carat weight, and grade. Then she examines the stones individually within each group to find pairs with the same amount of sparkle. This attention to detail guarantees that your studs will shine with equal brilliance. Only diamonds that match perfectly become Shane Co. studs. The diamond studs at most other jewelers are matched by their grades alone, and since diamonds with the same grade may have different amounts of sparkle, their studs may not look the same. 

  • Pick the perfect pair of studs.
  • Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101
  • Stud Sizes and Stone Colors
  • The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones
Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

Color stone stud earrings are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both stones. 

Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

We have ruby and sapphire studs in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to six carats total weight. In addition to studs with round rubies, we offer round sapphire studs in 10 colors: traditional blue, ice blue, Kentucky blue, pink, lavender, green, orange, yellow, white, and black. Our ruby and sapphire studs are available in your choice of either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings.

The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

The rubies and sapphires for our stud earrings are hand-picked by Tom Shane in Bangkok, where the world’s finest rubies and sapphires are found. Tom has most of the stones recut on the spot to maximize their beauty. The gemstones are put into groups of the same color, shape, and millimeter size. Then our own color stone experts examine the stones individually within each group in order to make pairs. We demand that each pair of studs has two stones with the same color, hue, shade, sparkle, and brilliance. We look at each potential pair in natural sunlight and under artificial light to be sure they will appear identical once mounted into our earring settings. Shane Co. only sells natural gemstones, never lab-created, which have no intrinsic value. 

  • Pick the perfect pair of studs.
  • Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101
    Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

    Ruby and Sapphire Studs 101

    Color stone stud earrings are sold by total carat weight (TCW), which is the combined weight of both stones. 

  • Stud Sizes and Stone Colors
    Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

    Stud Sizes and Stone Colors

    We have ruby and sapphire studs in a wide range of sizes from under one-quarter carat total weight to six carats total weight. In addition to studs with round rubies, we offer round sapphire studs in 10 colors: traditional blue, ice blue, Kentucky blue, pink, lavender, green, orange, yellow, white, and black. Our ruby and sapphire studs are available in your choice of either 14k white gold or yellow gold settings.

  • The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones
    The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

    The Difference: Hand-Picked, Hand-Matched Stones

    The rubies and sapphires for our stud earrings are hand-picked by Tom Shane in Bangkok, where the world’s finest rubies and sapphires are found. Tom has most of the stones recut on the spot to maximize their beauty. The gemstones are put into groups of the same color, shape, and millimeter size. Then our own color stone experts examine the stones individually within each group in order to make pairs. We demand that each pair of studs has two stones with the same color, hue, shade, sparkle, and brilliance. We look at each potential pair in natural sunlight and under artificial light to be sure they will appear identical once mounted into our earring settings. Shane Co. only sells natural gemstones, never lab-created, which have no intrinsic value.