Round brillant cut
More fire and shine than other cuts – the round or brilliant cut is, clearly, the most recommendable diamond form. More than half of the world market is dominated by round diamonds. This cut creates maximum fire in a diamond.
Emerald cuts fascinate with their vintage look and the appeal of past days. Style icons like Grace Kelly preferred this unique cut. The emerald cut is one of the first diamond cuts to enter the jewelry industry. Its purity and broad table make it very popular for vintage engagement rings.
The pear cut is often also called drop cut or pendeloque.
The oval cut is a combination of a round and a drop or pear cut.
This rare cut with its unique symbolism is the perfect way of wearing your heart on your finger.
Like the brilliant, the princess cut is a very classical choice. It is a popular alternative to the round brilliant cut.
The Asscher cut creates a beautiful modern vintage form full of timeless elegance. It is very similar to the emerald cut.
This rectangular and square mixed cut combines the brilliance and depth of the round, princess, and emerald cut. The result: The radiant cut is one of the most sparkling cuts and a beautiful choice for an exotic diamond.
As the name implies, the cushion cut resembles a cushion or pillow. It is rectangular with rounded corners and usually cut with 58 facets.
The marquise cut – also called navette – resembles the form of a ship: oval with two pointy edges. The table and the 56 facets correspond to a brilliant cut, thus supporting the brilliance and fire of the diamond.
Hearts and Arrows
This rare and precious cut is limited in quantity and more expensive than comparable diamonds with different cuts. The reason: The creation of this cut requires up to 4x more time than a brilliant cut.