Updated: Feb 25, 2022
Almost everyone gets super excited about Diamond’s brilliantly sparkling nature, colorless property, and the magnificent beauty it radiates. A piece of coal turned into a beautiful diamond under high pressure is nothing more but a magic of nature.
Women's pride and Men's elegance, the delightful beauty that is carved out of diamonds - earrings, rings, bracelets, necklaces are just beyond imagination. And this is why a diamond’s shape is the most important factor one pays attention to before making a purchase. But have you ever drugged deep down into various uniquely curated, high in trend shapes and sizes of diamonds that are available today?
Well, let us get you all sparkling today!
Presenting Diamonds by Shapes
Round: Round is the most trusted and popular shape, a magnificent artwork done by the diamond cutters. Round-shaped necklaces, earrings, and rings are the most common, yet fabulous ones.
Princess: The most popular, fancy diamond shape, the princess cut gives the most classy, and subtle look to your diamond jewelry. They always need to be protected by their edges, because of the shape given to them.
Oval: The oval shape is no doubt more brilliantly sparkling than other shapes. This shape looks perfect for those who crave elongated and slender jewelry, with a splash of colorful gemstone to it.
Heart: The romantic symbol of love, is truly the sweetest and the loveliest of all shapes. Magnificently crafted by the diamond cutters, this shape makes it a perfect gift for your loved one.
Pear: A modified, modern generation shaped diamond - Pear shaped diamond is a combination of round & marquise shape with a tapering end at the bottom. An ideal shape for rings, earrings, and necklaces.
Cushion: As the name suggests, Cushion-shaped diamonds resemble a pillow and are also referred to as mine cut, or old mine cut diamonds. These are rectangular-shaped but rounded at the corners.
Marquise: These possess an elongated elliptical shape with pointed ends. A Marquise diamond typically has 58 facets. Due to their long and narrow shape, Marquise diamonds can create the illusion of greater size.