looking for clarity, this cut is perfect as its inclusions and color are astonishingly apparent. This cut also produces interplay of light and dark planes giving it a “hall of mirrors” effect.
Radiant cut – This cut is perfect for those who want it all. The radiant cut has trimmed corners, lines like the emerald cut, yet has a brilliantly cut facet pattern that makes it reminiscent of sparkling round cuts. These characteristics also make it perfect for pairing with other loose diamonds for the perfectly crafted multi-stone piece.
Pear-shaped cut – This exceptional cut combines round and marquise cuts to form a tapered point on one end making it pear shaped. It can be difficult for jewelers to possess flawless symmetry on these cuts, but our selection is exceptional and produces maximum brilliance. Come in and see for yourself.
Asscher cut –This cut was created in the 1920s by the Asscher brothers in Holland and is a precursor to the emerald cut. It is similar to the emerald cut, but is square with a higher crown and smaller table. Many find this cut to have more brilliance than it’s successor.
Heart cut – This charming cut is a modified to create the quintessential symbol of love. Popular in pendants and rings, it is important to note that the heart cut generally does not come in diamonds less than .5 carats as it is difficult to perceive in smaller diamonds especially once they are set in prongs.
Oval cut – For those who love the classic look of vintage jewelry but want an added modern twist, the oval cut is an ideal choice. Being a modified version of the brilliant cut, it has the dazzling fire and brilliance of a brilliant cut while accentuating fingers to give a long and slender look.