Which diamond shape is best for you? Is an emerald cut diamond the right choice for you? If you have any questions, please let us know and we will do our best to answer them. Learn more about emerald cut diamonds and how they're created. Several considerations should be kept in mind when shopping for an emerald cut diamond. There are also some frequently asked questions about emerald cut diamonds that we will address further down in this article:
What Is An Emerald Cut Diamond?
The cut of an emerald cut diamond is such that the diamond appears rectangular from the top, as if it has been trimmed, which gives the diamond its name. Emerald diamonds have a number of long, graceful lines due to the way their facets are cut in the step cut. Creating the hall of mirrors effect in an emerald cut diamond is accomplished by arranging these linear step cut facets in parallel lines..
Emerald cut diamonds are a more exclusive choice for jewelry because of their rarity. The diamond shape, on the other hand, is beloved by many fashionistas and celebrities. Emerald cut diamonds are a favorite of celebrities like Beyonce, Amal Clooney, and Angelina Jolie. All three of these women have been seen wearing emerald cut diamond engagement rings.
Asscher, Radiant, and Emerald Cuts: A Comparison
Diamonds cut in the emerald shape should not be confused with diamonds cut in the asscher or radiant shapes, respectively. When viewed from above, the asscher cut diamond, which is step-cut like the emerald, appears to be a rectangle with rounded corners. As a result, only asscher cut diamonds are capable of producing diamonds with facet patterns that form an x at the top of the diamond's crown. The radiant cut diamond, like the rectangular cut diamond, has square corners on all four sides. On the other hand, radiant cut diamonds are brilliant cut rather than step cut, which means their facets include many non-rectangular shapes and they reflect light in a very different way than step cut diamonds.
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