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The Guide On What's An Emerald Cut Engagement Diamond
Are you looking for an emerald-cut diamond? Design and production of your jewel will be handled by our experts, who will do all they can to meet your exacting standards. Throughout the whole design process, they'll be at your side every step of the way, making sure everything turns out just as you want it to.
Its Emerald Cut Engagement Ring flaunts a rectangular, elongated shape. It also has steps cut with chiselled facets and straight linear facets, which are usually arranged in a parallel fashion across the stone. To increase stability and avoid fractures, the corners of the Emerald Cut Diamond are usually cut.
This Emerald Cut Diamond provides high clarity and a huge surface table. With its long steps, this diamond has plenty of reflections, white light and coloured light. Emerald Cuts appear more noticeable in rectangles but are also available in squares. An option for those who want a bigger stone with a lower price factor, an Emerald Cut diamond usually appears bigger than other diamonds with the same weight.
What is Emerald Cut Engagement Ring?
An Emerald Cut Engagement Ring has an Art Deco look that is difficult to find nowadays. A rectangular table and a series of flat, pointed faces that resemble step faces are carved into the diamond to get this shape. It’s beautiful, elongated shape and sharp edges make it a stunning example of structural symmetry and clarity. The retro-inspired elegance of emerald-cut engagement rings will enhance your love. It doesn't matter what kind of engagement ring you're looking for; classic diamond shapes look beautiful in any setting. Find The Emerald Cut Engagement Ring for you by visiting us now and choosing a metal and setting that is as unique as you are.
Emerald Cut Diamond - Cut High-Quality
Cut quality can be a bit more difficult to judge for Emerald Cuts than Round Brilliants because lab companies don't offer an estimate of cut quality for fancy-shaped diamonds. In general, however certain factors allow you to choose a stunning Emerald Cut.
Dimensions like depth percentage table %, depth % and length-to-width ratios affect the diamond's appearance and the amount of light it reflects. If you want to purchase a properly cut Emerald diamond, concentrate on a depth of less than 74 per cent. Of course, you must be aware of all details. However, the depth will show a stunning Emerald Cut.
The two Emerald Cut Engagement Ring are examples of stones with a great quality and depth percentage. They also have other dimensions:
1 carat Emerald Made from Blue Nile: Table of 65 percent, Depth of 63.2 percent, and a Length-to-Width Ratio of 1.45.
2 . Carat Emerald cut from James Allen: Table of 69.6 Percent and Depth at 64% and a Length about width of 1.35.
Emerald Cut Diamond - Length to Width Ratio
A diamond's width to length ratio shows its form's square or elongated. This ratio can be calculated simply by dividing the diamond by its width. In the example above when a diamond's length is 6mm, and its wideness is four millimetres, then the proportion of width to length is 1.50, which is a rectangular shape. On the other hand, an aspect of a length-to-width ratio of close to 1 appears like a square because the width and length that the diamond has been the same.
The ideal shape for the Emerald Cut Diamond is rectangular. The ratio is typically between 1.30 to 1.60. Most people prefer a ratio of close to 1.50. However, you might choose an elongated or wider shape diamond.
Look at a few Emerald Cut diamonds to determine your preferred length-to-width ratio. Think about how the diamond appears in the setting you want to use it. If you would prefer the square shape rather than the rectangular shape, you may want to think about the Asscher Cut Diamond, an stunning alternatives to Emerald Cut.
We use only the highest quality metals and gemstones to craft each piece of jewellery we sell. Because of the materials used, each piece has its own unique characteristics. The diamond is shown in an artistic style as an example.
Emeralds Cut Diamonds are beautiful and durable, which makes them great for rings. Emerald cut diamonds have long facets & layered corners that resemble stairs and, like their wearer, are strong and bold. This diamond cut is for the woman who enjoys flashy and exuberant fashion. An emerald-cut diamond will highlight clarity better than any of the other diamonds cut.
The Emerald Cut is suitable for stones of a higher degree of purity, as it does not mask inclusions. Fortunately, you don't have to sacrifice quality for a larger stone - the emerald cut is one of the champions of our selection. Diamonds of this shape shine less, but appear larger. The cut is not as deep as the traditional round cut; This is why the stones are wider. The emerald cut features a large table and an endless mirror effect that enhances the illusion of a large stone.
Explore our unique fashion Diamond Engagement Rings that feature an emerald-cut diamond. Available in a variety of precious metals.