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Pear-cut Diamonds

Pear-cut diamonds are created with combining the brilliance and design style of both the Round Brilliant and the Marquise-cuts that results in a shape with a single point and rounded end. The typical ratio is between 1.50 and 1.70 and the stone is usually comprised of 58 facets, although the number of pavilion facets may range from 4 to 8. The pear shape can sometimes show the...

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Emerald cut Diamonds

Although initially created for emeralds, emerald cut diamonds became a popular back in the 14th century. Its long facets and large table are mesmerising and likely why its popularity hasn’t decreased in over 700 years. One of the first cuts to be used in jewellery, the emerald is usually comprised of 57 facets (with 25 on the crown and 32 on the pavilion), although the number of rows...

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Brilliant-cut diamonds

Also known as Round Brilliant, these diamonds have an iconic reputation and a time-honoured engagement tradition. It’s versatile circular shape that suits most styles and tastes. Round brilliant diamonds are the most popular shape for engagement rings, and make up nearly half of all diamonds sold today. The popularity of a round brilliant diamond coupled with the amount of waste...

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Marquise-cut Diamonds

A marquise cut diamond is typically comprised of 58 facets with 33 on the crown and 25 on the pavilion it has an elliptical shape with pointed ends. The long and narrow shape of a marquise diamond creates the illusion of a greater size and also often credited for making a finger appear slender. This style of cut dates back to 18th century France. Traditionally set in a north-south...

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Bespoke Engagement Ring

This has to be one of our favourite bespoke engagement rings we've ever created! The ring features an oval diamond at its centre, set in 18k yellow gold. Surrounding the centre stone is a mix of brilliant and baguette cut diamonds forming a beautiful halo design. To start your bespoke ring journey click here for more details.

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