The Round Cut is the most popular choice for an engagement ring. As the name suggests, it features a circular stone with nearly 60 facets that maximize sparkle.
The most popular fancy shape, especially for engagement rings. Like the Round Cut, the Princess Cut is a good choice for its flexibility to work in almost any setting style.
Possessing a similar fire and brilliance to the Round Cut, Oval Cuts have the added advantage of an elongated shape which can create the illusion of greater carat size.
The Cushion Cut combines a square Princess Cut with rounded corners, much like a pillow. This classic cut has been around for almost 200 years, however refinements in cut have led to a recent resurgence in popularity.
Emerald Cut stones are rectangular-shaped, featuring small, rounded edges; step cuts; and a large, flat surface at the top of the stone. These characteristics create a hall-of-mirrors effect and vintage look.
The Pear Cut features a contemporary, teardrop shape. This unique shape elongates your finger and is available in a variety of widths, from slim to wide.
Radiant Cut stones are square or rectangular-shaped, featuring minimal curved edges. It combines the step cuts in an emerald cut stone with the triangular facets (aka flat surfaces) in a brilliant cut stone.
The Marquise Cut features an elongated shape, pointed corners, and a large surface area. These characteristics create more brilliance and make the stone appear larger than its actual size.
An unmistakable symbol of love, Heart-Shaped stones resemble the shape of a heart and are typically seen in a simple solitaire setting.
This octagonal cut is essentially a more brilliant, square version of an emerald cut diamond. An asscher instead has steeper step cuts and a smaller table.