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ROUND brilliant cut diamond remains undoubtedly the most preferable shape and a primary choice among all other diamond shapes in colourless diamonds available on todays versatile Bridal jewellery market.
The Round Brilliant cut is the quintessence of impressive brilliance and passionate love in the world of Romantic Jewellery.
Lets see why the Round diamond is the most flattering shape and your perfect choice:
It has a typical ratio of 1 1. to with a cut that resembles the shape of the rough diamond crystal to maximize shine and sparkle
It consists of or facets (depending on whether the cullet facet is included).
It has facets that exhibit an incredible brilliance and scintillation along with an intense and remarkable fire and glitter.
It is best-known as the most radiant diamond
The cut is everything! Therefore, when the round-shaped diamond is cut in an excellent or very good cut, it will exhibit the best combination of scintillation, brightness, and fire and will produce an outstanding pattern of facets
It is a notable gem because it has the highest light performance which in turn exhibits the best light return
The Round brilliant cut is the best cut for hiding inclusions and other imperfections
It is Amazingly versatile, round brilliants can be equally suitable for classic, modern and vintage style settings
Has a very well-known signature sparkle which is enormously admired by celebrities and jewellery designers
Is a timelessly elegant classic cut that will never be out of vogue no matter what
In being, quintessential, radiant, and versatile, round-cut diamonds are loved by most modern brides, jewelers, designers, jewellery houses, celebrities, royals and rich and famous people, in other words, they are in vogue universally among the rich and powerful. However, because round-cut diamonds have such superlative characteristics and such an immense popularity, they are thus priced the highest among other diamonds.
So, while searching for your perfectly shaped diamond for your engagement ring setting, please consider our pros and cons when deciding on your most cherished and beloved piece of jewellery.
THE ICONIC SOLITAIRE DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
Round Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring is the most popular classic style in Diamond Engagement Rings.
The Solitaire diamond is the most sought-after design style and is clearly preferred by many brides-to-be who are interested in creating a timelessly classic piece of jewellery. This ring setting will definitely require you to allocate a certain budget for a diamond size not less than 0. cts or preferably 1 carat and higher in order to make a statement piece with an appealing center stone.
THE RING OF RINGS SETTING
The six-prong tiffany inspired engagement ring setting is still a bestseller. Designed on either a knife edge or a round shaped band and especially in platinum, it remains the universal choice among many contemporary brides-to-be around the globe for obvious reasons. And the amazing magic trick is hidden in the science. This setting was created by Tiffany over a century ago with the center diamond set a bit higher than usual to exhibit the best light return which intensifies its brilliance and fire.
ROUND DIAMOND SIDESTONE ENGAGEMENT RINGS
Based on our observations, Solitaire engagement ring settings are adorned with fancy cut diamonds and so they are growing in popularity as a new trend. These engagement rings are often set with matching pairs of sidestones in marquise cut diamonds, pear shaped diamonds or a combination of other fancy cut diamonds together with round diamonds. Its a kind of contemporary interpretation of the classic Three stone Engagement Ring by using many different variations of diamond accents in the design.
SOLITAIRE DIAMOND EMBELLISHED ROSE GOLD
Lately, round brilliants are also paired with Rose gold ring settings for a more vintage distinctive appearance. Rose gold on its own is another latest trend in bridal jewellery among new generation consumers.
New brides-to-be are also encouraged to learn the difference in shade of colour between K and k rose gold and so consider this for their prefered designs. Your ring setting made in K rose gold will always appear more delicately pale with slight yellow overtone in comparison to k rose gold that tends to look more rich or intensely deep depending on the percentage of copper content in gold alloy. Another important factor to be taken into consideration, is that k rose gold ring will be more durable and less scratchable in comparison to k rose gold setting.
EXPLORE OUR CUSTOM MADE ROUND DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS
Six-prong Platinum Engagement Ring
Timeless Classic Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring custom made in platinum with Knife edge shank featuring a 2 ct. tw. Certified Round Brilliant Cut Diamond in Six Prong Setting
Four-prong Solitaire Diamond Engagement Ring
This custom designed Cathedral style Ring setting is made on a tapered band and is adorned with graduated-diamond-style-accents, handset in shared prong.
Made-to-Order Customizable Engagement Ring
This distinctive Engagement Ring Setting features Classic Round Brilliant Cut Diamond accented with matching pairs of marquise and round diamonds in K rose gold.
Custom designed Solitaire Round Diamond Engagement Ring in K Rose gold
This Classic Engagement Setting features 1.7 round brilliant cut diamond on dazzling band accented with melee diamonds in micropave along with an Embellished Gallery in Four-prong
Linara Custom Jewellery is a jewellery designer located in the heart of Torontos diamond district. We specialize in ethical bridal jewellery and fine quality custom made jewellery for all occasions set with certified diamonds, Canadian diamonds and gemstones. We are a regulated member of the Canadian Jewellers Association (CJA), fellow of the Canadian Gemmological Association and a Registered Master valuer.
All our custom jewellery are certified and come with a lifetime warranty.
We love what we do and will be happy to assist you with your custom jewellery project and source your perfect diamond or gemstone.
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