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Diamond Shapes

The shape relates to the diamond’s physical form. In the off chance the precious stone has an unusual shape, then this can be a spectacular thing about it.
As evident, the shape is not included in the 4 C’s, but it plays a significant role when it comes down to deciding if you should choose a diamond for yourself or as a gift.

Round Shape

Round Shape or also known as “Brilliant Round” is by far the most popular precious stone shape creating roughly 75% of the diamonds sold out there. Thanks to its properties and reflections, this diamond shape is viable to all beautiful precious stone forms and likewise increasing its brightness and brilliance.

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Emerald Shape

The uniqueness of this shape originates from the step cuts of its structure and the more prominent table (The table alludes the wide surface of the diamond which can be observed when the precious stone is looked in face-up position). Though imperfections and shades in the diamond’s body are much more natural to get noticed in this type of shape.

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Oval Shape

The brilliance and fiery of this shape comes out of the similarities to the round shape. The difference is that the oval one creates the illusion that it can look more prominent. Its elongated oval form causes that.

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Princess Shape

Princess shape diamonds can make the perfect engagement rings and have an astonishing look because of their clarity. Their flawless shape makes them an intriguing fortune, as they are intended for getting top brightness from their square cut. When buying a princess shape diamond, ensure that the setting for your ring secures the four sharp corners.

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Asscher Shape

An exciting shape that dates back to 1902. It's made by the Asscher Brothers of Holland, and it takes the role of a "parent" to the emerald shape. That’s because of their similar shape. The distinction between both shapes is that the Asscher cut has a little table, a greater crown, and more significant advance features. This type of form radiates more brilliance and fiery.

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