Diamond jewelry has been an integral part of traditional wedding anniversary celebrations and other important occasions since the Victorian Era. While the custom of giving anniversary gifts made of specific substances such as gold or silver actually dates back to the Middle Ages, it wasn’t until 1875 that references to other materials, including wood and diamonds, can be found. Originally, only two milestone anniversaries were acknowledged: the 25th and the 50th. However, additional milestones were added in 1897 when Queen Victoria celebrated the 60th year of her reign (dubbed the “Diamond Jubilee”) and in 1922 when Emily Post published a list of gift suggestions for the first through 15th anniversaries (and every fifth anniversary after that). Today it is customary to give diamond solitaire earrings or similar diamond jewelry gifts on the 10th, 60th, and 75th anniversary, as well as for April birthdays. If one of these occasions is coming up for you, be sure to check out the following product recommendations at Amoro.com: • 10th anniversary: Kisses Sterling Silver and Diamond Earrings (0.19 carat total weight) • 60th anniversary: 1.00 Carat 18kt Yellow Gold Ideal Eternitymark Princess Cut Three Stone Diamond Ring • 75th anniversary: 2.00 Carat 18kt White Gold Round Brilliant Diamond Solitaire Earrings • April birthday: Onyx and Diamond Ring in 18kt White Gold Of course, you don’t have to limit yourself to shopping only for these occasions; diamonds are a welcome gift for any of life’s special celebrations. Visit Amoro.com today to purchase the above items or to browse the rest of our collection. Hurry over and save 50% on diamond jewelry for a limited time only!