A Marquise-cut Might Be Right For You.
Marquise diamonds are currently making a comeback, along with a number of other fashion trends that were popular in the 1980s, such as high-waisted jeans, embellished dresses, and neon leggings. Even though the idea of a marquise engagement ring might sound a little bit dated to you, the modern and sleek designs that we offer give these antique-shaped stones an air of class and sophistication.
If you want your ring to cover a lot of your finger, you should consider getting a marquise cut diamond. Marquise diamonds, like oval and radiant cut diamonds, are very spready stones that, due to their elongated dimensions, appear to have a much larger faceup area per carat than other diamond cuts do.
Because of their brilliant cut, marquise diamonds are excellent at concealing flaws, just like round stones are. Even marquise diamonds with a clarity grade of SI2 can be completely eye clean, meaning that there are no inclusions that can be seen by the naked eye. Because of this, people thinking about purchasing a marquise diamond now have more leeway to consider diamonds with a higher color grade or a higher carat weight.
If you are looking for something a little bit more distinctive, one more reason to think about getting a stone in the shape of a marquise is if you want to maximize your space. Even though each diamond shape has its own unique allure, the marquise diamond is one of the least common. As a result of this, marquise diamonds can often be purchased for a price that is significantly lower than the prices associated with shapes that are in higher demand, such as round and cushion cut diamonds.
The following are a few of our favorite settings to complement a marquise diamond, although there are many other stunning options available.
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