As the name suggests because of their brilliance, round brilliant cut stones have conquered a special place in the hearts of contemporary diamond lovers.
The princess cut is a square diamond designed to emphasize the play of light within a stone. Its shine and ability to preserve carat weight helps make this cut popular.
Heart shaped diamonds have a beautiful surface that leaves a sparkly impression on anyone that catches a glimpse of the diamond.
The plush of the oval cut is that it has an extended shape which can create the fantasy of a greater sized diamond.
Marquise cut diamonds are also known as ‘Navette’ diamonds. The elongated shape of a marquise cut diamond ring can make a person’s finger appear slimmer and longer.
The presence of elegant lines in a pear shape cut diamond makes the cut more detailed and precise. This shape resembles a tear drop which is why it is sometimes referred to as the ‘teardrop cut’.
Designers use Radiant cut diamonds in order to exploit color in fancy colored diamonds. All original radiant cuts hold an unparalleled excellence.
A cushion cut diamond is squarish or rectangular in shape, with curved sides and rounded corners. This diamond cut is also known as the ‘pillow cut’ or ‘candlelight diamond’.
Developed in the 1910s by the Asscher Diamond Company, the Asscher is well balanced in terms of clarity, color and cuts. It is similar to an emerald cut but has a stepped square cut shape which gives it the tag name of the ‘square emerald cut’
Emerald cut diamonds have a unique mirror effect and a natural crystalline rectangular look, giving the stone a graceful and rich appeal.
Triangle cut diamonds are shaped by diamond crystals flattened and triangular diamond crystals known as Macles. Forming triangle diamonds with these Macles allows the rough stone to be used efficiently.