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Here’s a Guide to What Makes Each Shape Special to Help You Pick the Perfect One.
Round is the most popular of the diamond shapes for an engagement ring, and it holds this title because the round brilliant cut is designed to produce maximum brightness, fire and sparkle in a colorless diamond.
An irresistible blend of the marquise and round brilliant, the pear shaped diamond is a stylish choice among diamond shapes. Its graceful, tapered shape can make the hand look slimmer and more elegant, perfect for an engagement ring.
An attractive, elongated shape with a royal pedigree, the marquise (pronounced “mahr-keez”) was supposedly named for the Marquise de Pompadour, a mistress of King Louis XV, as its outline resembled the shape of her mouth.
Sleek, elegant and beautifully understated, an emerald cut engagement ring is a great choice for someone who’s romantic and sophisticated. Emerald cut diamonds are unconventional stones with timeless charm.
The princess cut is among the newest diamond cuts—especially when compared to round and cushion styles that have origins dating back centuries. This cut is second only to the round brilliant cut diamond as the top choice for engagement ring diamonds.