This shape has a larger surface area than most, appearing bigger than it is.
This shape makes the finger seem longer and slimmer.
Like the pear, the oval is a flattering shape on the hand.
This stone shape has the most sparkle.
One of the oldest diamond shapes and cutting styles.
Dating back to the early 1500s, this cut has come back into vogue recently.
Behind round stones, this is the second most popular diamond cut shape.
Long lines and dramatic flashes of light give the emerald elegant appeal.
With 14 facets, the diamond has a high level of lustre, but less sparkle than the brilliant cut.
A square variation of the emerald, it has high brilliance.
Similar to an asscher cut, but without truncated corners.