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With such a variety of choices which shape will suit you best? Take advantage of our shape guide below to see which is best for you.
The round brilliant cut diamond is by far the most popular choice of diamond. Over the years this shape has been optimized to make sure it takes the maximum amount of light giving it a fantastic fire and sparkle. This classic shape is perfect for a diamond engagement ring, diamond trilogy ring all the way through to a diamond tennis bracelet.
The princess cut diamond is fast becoming one of the most popular fancy shaped diamonds today. It's unique square shape and pointed corners set it apart from the other shapes of diamond available. In a diamond engagement ring it has a stunning sparkle and fire that cannot be beaten.
With its large pavilion the emerald cut shaped diamond has its own individual style. Due to the large table it highlights the clarity of the diamond and in SI clarity inclusions can be visible. The straight rectangular cuts make this modern shaped diamond a fantastic choice for any diamond engagement ring.
The marquise cut is a traditional shaped diamond which depending on the cut can get longer or wider as the carat weight increases. The brilliance of this stone is that it looks stunning in a diamond engagement ring or with other shaped stones such as round or princess diamond in a trilogy ring or pendant.
An oval cut diamond is very similar to a round brilliant cut diamond in its appearance. However it is a fraction longer with curved corners and straighter sides. For someone who has longer, slender fingers this shape of diamond is perfect in an engagement ring.
A heart shaped diamond is one of the more romantic shaped diamonds. With the sparkle of a brilliant cut diamond but with characteristics of both pear/marquise style stones this stone truly is the symbol of everlasting love. Why not take a look at our heart diamond engagement rings via the link below?
The pear shaped diamond is a traditional style and is also known as a tear drop shape. As the diamond increases in carat weight the stone becomes wider as opposed to longer. Fantastic choice for longer, slender fingers. Used in a large amount of diamond pendants and diamond earrings.
The Asscher cut diamond is a 'stepped' square cut diamond originally developed in 1902. Asscher cut diamonds draw your eye into its art deco appearance.
A radiant cut diamond is a similar shape to the emerald cut diamond but sparkles like a round brilliant cut. It has around 75 facets making it ideal for any style of ring or jewellery. A relative newcomer compared to round and princess the radiant cut diamond will take her breath away.