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Anatomy of a Diamond

Round Brilliant

The round brilliant is often used in engagement rings, earrings, and pendants–making for one of the most popular cuts. 

Round brilliant diamond

Princess

The princess cut is another popular choice for an engagement ring and can look modern or vintage. 

Princess cut diamond

Marquise

The marquise-shape creates the illusion of a larger size, and symmetry is of the utmost importance when choosing this cut. 

Marquise cut diamond

Heart

The heart shape is the most romantic cut and offers excellent sparkle. 

Heart cut diamond

Oval

The oval diamond has beautiful brilliance that's similar to a round diamond.

Oval cut diamond

Pear

The pear-shaped diamond is also called the "teardrop diamond" because of its shape. It is a combination cut of the round brilliant and the marquise.

Pear cut diamond

Emerald

The emerald shape has long lines and tends to be less fiery than a round brilliant diamond, but it tends to have broader, more dramatic flashes of light.

Emerald cut diamond

Cushion

The cushion cut is an antique cut that most often resembles a cross between the old mine cut and a modern oval cut. 

Cushion diamond cut

Radient

The radiant cut is designed for maximum brilliance. Like the emerald cut, the radiant cut diamond is often a rectangle with cropped corners.

Radient diamond cut

Diamond Shapes

Hover over each diamond shape for a short description, or click the button below for more details about each cut.

How to Choose a Diamond

The most important part of buying a diamond is to choose one that appeals to you. While it is beneficial to understand the technical aspects of diamonds, it's most important to fall in love with your diamond! Watch this video to learn more about choosing a diamond.

How to Choose a Diamond

The most important part of buying a diamond is to choose one that appeals to you. While it is beneficial to understand the technical aspects of diamonds, it's most important to fall in love with your diamond! Watch this video to learn more about choosing a diamond.

Round Brilliant

The round brilliant is often used in engagement rings, earrings, and pendants–making for one of the most popular cuts. 

Round brilliant diamond

Princess

The princess cut is another popular choice for an engagement ring and can look modern or vintage. 

Princess cut diamond

Marquise

The marquise-shape creates the illusion of a larger size, and symmetry is of the utmost importance when choosing this cut. 

Marquise cut diamond

Heart

The heart shape is the most romantic cut and offers excellent sparkle. 

Heart cut diamond

Oval

The oval diamond has beautiful brilliance that's similar to a round diamond.

Oval cut diamond

Pear

The pear-shaped diamond is also called the "teardrop diamond" because of its shape. It is a combination cut of the round brilliant and the marquise.

Pear cut diamond

Emerald

The emerald shape has long lines and tends to be less fiery than a round brilliant diamond, but it tends to have broader, more dramatic flashes of light.

Emerald cut diamond

Cushion

The cushion cut is an antique cut that most often resembles a cross between the old mine cut and a modern oval cut. 

Cushion diamond cut

Radient

The radiant cut is designed for maximum brilliance. Like the emerald cut, the radiant cut diamond is often a rectangle with cropped corners.

Radient diamond cut

Diamond Shapes

Hover over each diamond shape for a short description, or click the button below for more details about each cut.