When you need a definitive guide on diamond ring cuts to simplify your ring shopping experience, explore our glossary of shapes and styles.
You’ve found the love of your life and are ready to take the leap and buy an engagement ring. But the proposition of being in the jewelry store and the pressure of finding just the right ring can be overwhelming, and terrifying.
And you thought finding the person you want to spend the rest of your life with was hard.
Whether your intended is a traditionalist, likes the vintage look or goes for the more modern vibe, there’s the perfect ring waiting for you.
Read on to learn all about the different diamond ring cuts to help you find the best ring for you.
Diamond shopping means there are a whole host of things to consider. Carat, cut, color, and clarity tell you about the quality of the diamond you are purchasing.
Consider these diamond shapes while also looking at carat, cut, color, and clarity.
The round diamond cut is the most popular and the most traditional in diamond cuts. When cut with the 57 facets, it offers premium sparkle.
Typically a cone base is flattened at the top. The sparkle off of all those facets makes this diamond shape hard to resist.
The princess cut diamond is for the girl who wants to feel like a princess on her wedding day. This wildly popular cut diamond is square or rectangular in shape. Depending on the cut, it has 50 or 58 facets.
The princess cut diamond is especially popular with today’s engaged couples when adding smaller diamonds on the band surrounding the princess cut diamond.
The emerald diamond cut is often created with diamonds that have the highest quality color and clarity.
The emerald cut is typically a rectangular shape with corners of the rectangle trimmed.
This diamond is characterized by the flat table and long faceted cuts. This diamond will be a favorite of the bride who loves the art deco or vintage-inspired look.
Similar in style to the round cut diamond, the oval cut is an elongated round cut. It uses similar facets but it elongated and elegant on the hand.
The oval has more surface area compared to a round cut diamond of the same carat weight. It typically comes with 56 facet cuts. Many brides love the oval cut diamond with a halo of smaller diamonds surrounding the larger oval diamond.
The pear-shaped diamond is a hybrid cut shape of the round and marquise cut. Round on one side and then coming to a point on the other side, the pear shape is a modern popular choice.
This cut typically has 58 facet cuts.
If you’re ready to ask your special someone to spend the rest of their life with you, then you want to do it with a sparkler that wows them and demonstrates your love. Which diamond ring cuts catch your eye?
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