THE HISTORY OF DIAMONDS: THE CLASSIC ROUND CUT

Throughout the history of diamonds, there have been many different types of cuts as jewelers attempted to make the most brilliant diamonds. Years and years went by, and jewelers continued in their quest to find the cut with the most facets and allure until finally, the round diamond cut was invented.
Round Cut Diamond

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THE HISTORY OF THE EMERALD-CUT DIAMOND

Emerald Cut Diamond

Today, women all over the world admire the sleek and clean look of emerald-cut diamonds. These sophisticated diamonds typically have 57 facets. While this cut is not as brilliant as others, the flat surface of the diamond’s top highlights the clarity that makes this cut sparkle and shine.

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THE HISTORY OF THE MARQUISE-CUT DIAMOND

Marquise Cut Diamond

 

The marquise diamond cut, also known as the football-shaped cut, the boat-shaped cut, the eye-shaped cut, or the navette, is rarely seen in the engagement ring world compared to other less vintage cuts.

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THE HISTORY OF THE OVAL DIAMOND RING

Oval Diamond Ring

The classic round cut holds the record for the diamond cut most commonly used for engagement rings. The reason for this is most likely because round cuts are considered the most brilliant diamonds on the market. However, if you’re interested in differentiating yourself from the masses without sacrificing TIJ, choose an oval diamond ring.

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