Most Popular Diamond Shapes - ForeverJewels Design Studio 8

Popular Diamond Shapes

Let’s take a look at the most popular diamond cuts. We know that choosing the right diamond can be a challenge for jewellery seekers so we’ve compiled this list of diamonds that we can ethically source for your to create the perfect piece at our studio on the Gold Coast.

Our collection of diamond jewelry and any jewellery design you can dream of has many different shape options, ranging from traditional to fancy. Have a look at this list below to see the shape options available to you.

Round Brilliant Cut

The round brilliant cut is the most popular shape of diamond. For hundreds of years, diamond cutters have been working with this cut to maximize its brilliance and fire. While this cut offers great flexibility within the four Cs, you will want to select higher quality grades to bring out the most brilliance within a round diamond.

Princess Cut

Princess cut diamonds are available in both square and rectangular shapes and are exceptionally brilliant because of the way they are cut. The color emitted from princess cut diamonds is very unique. While the color of other diamonds is displayed mainly in the center, the princess cut diamonds show distinct color in each of the corners, as well.

Marquise Cut

Marquise cut diamonds are the perfect shape for maximizing carat weight by emphasizing the size of the diamond. Its unique shape makes the hands and fingers of its wearer appear longer and more slender. The outline of a diamond is determined by its length to width ratio, which also provides an idea of the shape and look of the diamond.

Cushion Cut

Sometimes called a pillow cut diamond, the cushion cut is a timeless cut that earned its name for its pillow-like shape. Cushion cut diamonds tend to have impeccable brilliance and clarity in their appearance thanks to their rounded corners and larger facets. These diamonds are available in square and rectangular shapes.

Emerald Cut

Emerald cut diamonds have a unique optical appearance because of the rectangular facets step-cut into the diamond’s pavilion. This cut showcases the diamond’s original clarity beautifully because of its large rectangular table which also makes inclusions and color more apparent.

Radiant Cut

Radiant cut diamonds feature uniquely trimmed corners that combine the lines of an emerald cut with the brilliance of a round diamond. The sparkle of this diamond cut looks beautiful when combined with a variety of other diamond cuts.

Pear Shaped

Combining round and marquise cuts, the teardrop style of pear shaped diamonds is exceptional. The slender pear shape gives fingers and hands a slimmer appearance while creating a soft and delicate look. Pear shaped diamonds are cut to produce maximum brilliance, so it’s important to look for excellent symmetry.

Oval Cut

Oval cut diamonds have a classic appearance with a modern twist. It is a popular cut in all types of jewelry, especially in engagement rings, making it easy to match with other jewelry. It has an incredible brilliance, similar to the round brilliant cut, but also has the advantage of accentuating long, slender finders.

Asscher Cut

Asscher cut diamonds are often mistaken for an emerald cut due to their similar cut style. However, an asscher is square as opposed to rectangular. Created in the early 1920s, the asscher cut has recently resurged in popularity, especially amongst celebrities.



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