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The radiant-cut diamond has a rectangle shape, with rounded corners that maximize its light-reflecting qualities. The incredible sparkle of a radiant-cut diamond has the effect of making it appear larger than its true carat size.
The classic round-cut diamond has been a favorite for over a century. Its multi-faceted design was created to allow light to pass through the diamond, reflecting through a variety of angles that create sparkle and shine.
The unique marquise-cut diamond has an oval shape with elongated, pointed ends. These diamonds are easily recognizable for their sharp appearance that sets them apart from many other diamond cut styles.
The cushion-cut diamond is named for the expansive flat surface that makes up the top of the precious stone. Surrounding this surface are more than 30 “cushions,” tiny facets that have been cut out to create a slightly-rounded appearance with plenty of light-reflecting angles.
Emerald-cut diamonds are highly valuable and very precisely-made, similar to a radiant diamond in its rectangular shape but differing with its short, sharply-angled corners. It’s a highly-transparent diamond, because far fewer facts are cut into its shape.
Heart-shaped diamonds are a distinctly unique shape and take considerable time and skill to create. A number of complex cuts are used to create the tiny angles that add up to the beautiful heart shape.
An asscher-cut diamond is a dramatic take on the classic square cut, with a raised crown lined with extended, stepped facets. When cut properly, this diamond reflects a powerfully clear light, without any disappearing through the sides.
Oval is another very classic cut, simple but beautiful. The edges and ends are softly rounded, creating the effect of a gently twinkling light. The size of the oval-cut diamond plays a large part in its overall appearance.
Earning massive popularity in the mid-20th century, princess-cut diamonds are a luxurious, distinctive cut that are now a cornerstone of diamond design. With a square face and pointed corners, these diamonds have a much different look than many other cuts.
Pear-shaped diamonds are often referred to as teardrop-cut, combining both pointed and round cuts to maximize the light refraction. The light travels through the rounded edge, and the eye is naturally attracted to the sharp point.
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