Exquisite Engagement Rings
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ROUND CUT DIAMONDS
Round diamonds are the most popular, and for good reason too. When cut as a round brilliant, the diamonds angles help to enhance its fire and brilliance, providing the maximum light return through its 58 facets. When the Kite, Star, Upper Girdle, Lower Girdle and Pavilion facets are all cut at the highest level this is when the true beauty of the diamond shows.
RADIANT CUT DIAMONDS
Trimmed corners are the signature of this diamond, and they help make the radiant-cut a popular and versatile choice for jewellery. A radiant-cut looks equally beautiful when set with either baguette or round side-diamonds. Radiant-cut diamonds can vary in their degree of rectangularity.
EMERALD CUT DIAMONDS
What makes this shape different is its pavilion, which is cut with rectangular facets to create a unique optical appearance. Due to its larger open table, this shape highlights the clarity of a diamond. If you choose an emerald-cut with a lower clarity grade, such as SI, be sure to review the clarity plot on the diamond certificate.
OVAL CUT DIAMONDS
Oval shaped diamonds have a long history, dating back as early as 1304 with the famous Koh-i-Noor. Today, they’re making a strong comeback, and are a popular choice, particularly if you’d like your finger to appear longer and slimmer. Like round diamonds, ovals cut in the brilliant style exhibit a similar fire and brilliance.
Diamond Colour Chart
Although many people think of gem quality diamonds as colourless, truly colourless diamonds are actually very rare. Most diamonds used in jewellery are nearly colourless with tints of yellow or brown. Colour grades are determined by comparing each diamond to a master set. Each letter grade represents a range of colour and is a measure of how noticeable a colour is. Here are the available colours: D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M-Z, Natural Fancy Colours, Treated Colours, Champagne