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Things You Should Know About Emerald Cut Diamond Ring

The Emerald Cut Diamond Ring exhibits a long, rectangular form and chiseled step cuts, with explicit linear facets—usually placed parallelly down the stone. To add strength and control fractures, the corners of an Emerald Cut Diamond Ring are typically shortened. Moreover, emerald cut diamonds offer a vast spectrum of versatility in engagement ring design. The smooth curves of an organic-inspired design counteract its clean, geometric lines. Classic or completely tailored, an emerald cut diamond ring is a truly exceptional selection.

A prevalent selection for those wanting a larger stone without a high price point is an Emerald Cut diamond ring usually appears more significant than other shaped diamonds in the exact carat weight.

Here are a few things you should know about the emerald cut diamond ring:

  • The emerald cut diamond ring typically consists of 57 facets and boasts an elongated rectangular shape with cut-off corners–its appearance is commanding.
  • You'll see flashes of rays in the femoral cut diamond ring with round or cushion diamonds in the emerald cut due to its linear, straight facets. This effect is known as the "Hall of Mirrors".
  • Cut grade is a little more problematic to assess for Emerald Cuts than rounded cut diamond because lab entities (GIA included) don't give a cut grade for fancy-shaped diamonds. In general, though, parameters make selecting a radiant and beautiful Emerald Cut diamond ring straightforward.
  • The emerald cut diamond ring's ratio is calculated by dividing the length of the diamond by the width. For example, if a diamond's size is 6mm and its width is 4mm, the distance to width ratio is 1.50 – rectangular shape.
  • The emerald cut diamond ring color is another attribute that is more noticeable in an Emerald Cut. Its enormous table and step cuts have more shade than other diamond shapes, letting the eye glimpse the stone's natural color. The GIA grades color on a scale from D to Z. D is the palest, while Z contains an easily noticeable brown or yellow tint. When you look at an Emerald Diamond of a J grade or higher with the naked eye, you can quickly notice a slight yellow tint.
  • The Emerald Cut Diamonds offer a luxury shape and extraordinary Step Cuts. The Emerald Cut Diamonds are an outstanding choice for those desiring a larger-looking Diamond without a hefty price tag. Because Emerald Cut Diamonds demand careful observance of Cut quality, we recommend having an expert examination of your diamond before investing. For assistance with finding the perfect Emerald Cut Diamond Ring, reach out to our experts today.

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