What Does Your Engagement Ring Say About You?

Do you love to be different or prefer to stay on top of the latest trend? Do you favor timeless elegance or love to be hip and edgy? Whatever your style, we’ve got a ring shape that suits it.

Round Shape Diamond

Diamond Shape: RoundClassic Halo Engagement Ring With Sapphire And Diamond Accent Stones

A round-cut diamond is one of the most popular cuts for engagement rings, and for good reason. It sparkles like none other, thanks to the stone’s 58 facets. Brides who favor this classic shape are traditionalists at heart, and recognize a good thing when they see it. See more round-cut

 

Emerald Shape Diamond

Diamond Shape: Emerald

Emerald Cut Solitaire Diamond Engagement Ring

 Fewer facets make an emerald-cut diamond susceptible to revealing any flaws the stone may have, which means confidence is a must! Brides who favor this retro-inspired design are open to taking risks and delight in the unexpected. See more emerald-cut engagement rings

 

Cushion Diamond Shape

Diamond Shape: Cushion

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cushion-cut diamond gets its name from the rounded corners and curved sides that make it appear softer than a princess-cut diamond but not as circular as a round-cut stone. Everything from the name of the cut to the shape of the diamond is effortlessly romantic, as is the bride who wears one. See more cushion-cut engagement rings.

Princess Shape Diamond

Diamond Shape: Princess

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Another popular option, the princess-cut diamond is a favorite among brides who want a traditional-shaped engagement ring, but with a little something extra. The stone’s four pointed corners make it an excellent choice for a bride with a modern sensibilitySee more princess-cut

Heart Shape Diamond

Diamond Shape: Heart

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Consider a heart-shaped diamond the wild card in the bunch. Bashful brides who shy away from the spotlight need not consider this finely-crafted shape, as they’ll be sure to attract attention wherever they go. See more heart-cut engagement rings.

Oval Shape Diamond

Diamond Shape: Oval

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Essentially an elongated circle, an oval-shaped diamond can have just as many facets as a round-cut stone, which means it has the capacity to sparkle just as much. This elegant shape is a favorite among sophisticated brides who are also striving for something uniqueSee more oval-cut engagement rings.

Marquise Shape Diamond

Diamond Shape: Marquise

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Because of their shape, marquise-cut diamonds often appear larger than life. The shape of the stone is made to maximize carat weight, which can appeal to brides with a flair for drama. See more marquise-cut engagement rings.

Pear Shape Diamond

Diamond Shape: Pear

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Also known as a teardrop, the pear-shaped diamond is a hybrid of styles. Taking its cues from both the oval and marquise, this unique shape is a perfect choice for those who play by their own set of rules and think that two is better than one. See more pear-cut engagement rings.

Source: Huffington Post

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