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    What's the first step in finding your perfect ring? Finding a beautiful and stunning stone crafted in the perfect shape. There are many common diamond shape choices, and many factors to consider when how finding the right one.

    If you're in the market for a diamond, whether it's for an engagement ring, earrings, necklace or some other form of jewelry, you're going to have to make a lot of important and potentially lifelong decisions. While the choices you make in terms of carat, color, and clarity all play a major role in finding the best possible stone, perhaps the most important will be to choose a diamond shape. After all, the diamond shape is the most immediately noticeable feature visible to the naked eye of the diamond.

    Finding a perfect shape for you or your significant other may be a hassle, so we've built an easy and quick guide to the various diamond shapes. This comprehensive guide is filled with the most famous and popular diamond cuts, as well as facts you need to know about each of them.

    Different Diamond Shapes


    Diamond Shape and Diamond Cuts

    When it comes to diamonds, most buyers prefer to use the terms ' cut' and' shape' in an interchangeable manner. However, there is a major gap for diamond professionals. Diamond ‘shape' refers to the form of a diamond – which can be round, oval, princess, emerald, etc. Diamond's ‘cut' refers to the arrangement of the facets of a stone. Keeping this in mind, the ‘shapes' of a diamond may be faceted or ‘cut' in a number of ways.

    Round Diamond

    Round Diamond

    Known for its plain, circular form, Round diamonds are the most common and popular choice for engagement rings. These classic stones are ideal for a traditional bride, but they can be combined with an elaborate setting for a more customized look. Round diamonds work with almost any setting, allowing you to select your loved one's gift from a wide range of choices.

    Princess Cut Diamond

    Princess Cut Diamond

    These diamonds are fit for royalty, as their name suggests. The Princess-Cut diamonds have a square top, four beveled sides, and a point identical to the upside-down pyramid below the surface of the stone. These sparklers are conventional and traditional but unique enough for women who prefer something different. Since they can be formed with a higher yield from the rough stone, they are often cheaper than round diamonds.

    Oval Diamond

    Oval Diamond

    The diamond fit for the queen, the elongated oval form of this gem, blows away the eyes with its brilliance. Perfect on its own or surrounded by accent diamonds, the oval is flexible, versatile and distinctive in its style and design. An oval-shaped diamond appears larger than other diamonds of similar carat size, showing off a more sophisticated look.

    The main thing to look for while purchasing, in an oval-shaped diamond, is the bowtie effect. According to the length of the stone, these shapes can have darker spots that extend through the middle of the diamond. The visibility of the bowtie varies from diamond to diamond, so make sure you talk to an expert of a diamond industry when buying an oval-shaped diamond to help you discover the stone that's perfect for you and your partner.

    Emerald Cut Diamond

    Emerald Cut Diamond

    Emerald diamonds, shaped in a rectangular shape, feature many parallel facets that produce a smooth, step-like appearance inside. These bold stones are ideal for women with excellent personalities and designs to match. Emerald diamonds are also selected because of their expansive appearance; the diamonds tend to look much larger than their carat weight.

    Like other rectangular and square diamond shapes, there is scope to modify when it comes to exact appearance. Although the emerald-cut diamonds must be rectangular in shape, the exact length-to-width ratio can be modified; desirable ratios are between 1.3 and 1.6. Although the long form of the emerald will make her fingers appear longer, the shorter stone will also appear bolder. However, the look you want completely depends on your partner’s personality.

    Pear Shape Diamond

    Pear Shape Diamond

    For a special engagement ring, a Pear-Shaped diamond may be just what you're looking for. Such teardrop shapes can symbolize tears of joy and raindrops, as their distinctive appearance will certainly attract people's eyes. It can be challenging to discover a well-cut pear-shaped diamond as symmetry plays a large role in the diamond’s quality. These diamonds are a favorite of trendy women for over a century, these timeless stones won't go anywhere soon and are evergreen.

    Asscher Cut Diamond

    Asscher Cut Diamond

    This beautifully distinct shape is almost the same as the Emerald-cut diamond, except that it is a square. The pavilion of Asscher is carved with rectangular facets in the same style as the Emerald. This shape shows off some color in the corners, so you may want to spend a little extra on a higher color score.

    Baguette Cut Diamond

    Baguette Cut Diamond

    While the Baguette Cut is not a cut that is generally spoken about. it's more popular than you think. Baguette Cut diamonds are not generally used as a center stone, but rather as small pieces that compose a larger whole or as supporting diamonds that lends its sparkle and beauty to a beautiful center stone. This ideal addition for any shimmering centerpiece manages to be both retro and contemporary as it is reminiscent of the Art Deco era while at the same time repeating the clean lines of modern minimalism.

    The baguette cut diamond has an elongated, rectangular shape and is cut in 14 facets. This shape belongs to the "step-cut" family, sharing many similarities to its relatives, the Emerald- and Asscher-cut diamonds. Because of this fact, many people often confuse Emerald cuts with Baguette cuts.




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