Shapes and Cut

  • Striking Asscher-cut

    The striking Asscher-cut, often described as a square emerald, evokes an art deco feel from the 1920s and ‘30s. The ideal length to width ratio is between 1.00 and 1.05:1.
     
  • Radiant Cut Diamonds

    Radiant Cut Diamonds have 70 facets in total, and the overall shape can vary in their degree of rectangularity. A Radiant cut diamond is technically known as a 'cut-cornered, rectangle (or square) modified brilliant'.
     
  • Pear shaped diamond

    The Pear shaped diamond resembles a glistening teardrop that combines the soft, rounded end of an Oval shape with the sharp, tapered point of a Marquise-cut. An interesting choice for the multi-faceted personality. Pear shapes are typically polished with 58 facets, and the optimal length-to-width ratio is between 1.50 and 1.75:1.
     
  • Emerald-cut diamond

    For a timeless, elegant look, consider the Emerald-cut diamond with its long, lean lines. The rectangular cut, which has a relatively larger open table (top, flat surface) and fewer facets, highlights the clarity of the diamond more than any other shape.
     
  • Round Brilliant-cut diamond

    The classic and most popular shape is the Round Brilliant-cut diamond. Its 57 facets bring out the most brilliance, fire and sparkle of all the shapes.
     
  • Princess-cut

    If you’re looking for more contemporary style, consider thePrincess-cut, the second most popular shape. Princess cut diamonds are square or slightly rectangular in shape with pointed corners and an array of intricate facets that increase the diamond’s inherent sparkle.
     
  • Striking Asscher-cut

    The striking Asscher-cut, often described as a square emerald, evokes an art deco feel from the 1920s and ‘30s. The ideal length to width ratio is between 1.00 and 1.05:1.
     
  • Radiant Cut Diamonds

    The Radiant-cut combines the geometrical lines of the emerald shape with the sparkling brilliance of the round cut. Its trimmed corners are the signature characteristic of this shape.
     
  • Asscher-cut diamonds

    As with Asscher-cut diamonds, the Cushion-cut has been popular for more than a century. With a soft and romantic look, the Cushion-cut has rounded corners and larger facets to increase the stone’s brilliance.
     
  • Marquise shaped diamond

    The Marquise shaped diamond delivers its brilliant cut and tapered points at two ends. This diamond, when worn as a ring, creates an elongated, slender look. The optimal ratio of length-to-width is 2:1, although a range between 1.75 and 2.25:1 is also acceptable.
     
  • Oval shaped diamonds

    Oval shaped diamonds are similar to a classic round diamond, oval diamonds deliver a beautiful brilliance. The elongated shape adds an interesting twist to rings and accentuates the hand to create a slender look. The ideal length-to-width ratio is 1.5:1, but a range from 1.33:1 to 1.66:1 is widely acceptable.
     
  • Fancy-shaped Heart diamond

    The fancy-shaped Heart diamond is for the confident woman who is all heart. Sometimes selected for engagement rings, it makes a beautiful choice for pendants as well.