Shape - Diamond Education
A diamond's shape brings out the distinctive style and characteristics that suit your unique taste. Let us help you choose the shape that complements your style and personality.
The Round Cut is the most popular diamond shape and is generally superior to fancy diamond shapes, gleaming with maximum brightness at the proper reflection of light.
The Princess Cut diamonds are exceptionally brilliant due to their square and rectangular shapes. They emit distinct colours from each of their corners, unlike other diamond cuts.
Emerald Cut diamonds are usually rectangular in shape. With beveled corners and open pavilion top, the long lines and spectacular flashes of light give the Emerald Cut a sophisticated appeal.
The Asscher Cut diamond is square but is uniquely angled with cropped corners, exuding elegance and allure. Resembling an endless hallway with reflective mirrors, its prismatic shine is remarkable.
The Pear Shaped diamond Cut (also known as a drop cut or teardrop diamond) resembles a drop of water with its pointed end and rounded shape. The elongated shape makes the pear cut look flattering on diamond rings and earrings.
The Radiant Cut is a stunning hybrid of the traditional round cut and the elegant emerald cut. As the name suggests, radiant diamonds emit a brilliant, dramatic glow.
The Oval Cut produces a slender effect on the fingers, with a contemporary twist on the traditional round shape. The elongated shape makes it flattering on the fingers.
The Cushion Cut carries a distinctive vintage appeal and is usually square or slightly rectangular. It’s perfect for lovers of the classic, antique-look.
Synonymous with love and romance, the Heart Cut is perfect for engagement rings. With its two rounded ends that match perfectly, the Heart Cut represents tender affection and everlasting devotion.
Marquise diamonds appear larger than the Oval or Pear Shape Cut. With its stunning vintage touch, marquise diamonds stand out in accessory pieces such as pendants or necklaces.