Emerald Cut Engagement Rings

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is an emerald cut engagement ring too old school?

An emerald cut engagement ring is not outdated. Although emerald cut diamonds have been around for years, they have lately gained popularity because of their timeless, traditional beauty. The emerald cut is a great option for individuals who prefer clarity over sparkle because of its step-cut faceting, which produces a hall-of-mirrors illusion and draws attention to the diamond's clarity. A lot of people like the refined and classic appearance that an engagement ring may have thanks to the delicate and subtle elegance of an emerald cut diamond.

What is the average price for an emerald cut engagement ring?

The quality of the diamond, the metal used for the setting, and the complexity of the design can all affect the average cost of an emerald cut engagement ring. Depending on the ring's unique characteristics, the price of an emerald cut engagement ring can often range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars or more.

How do you care for an emerald cut engagement ring?

Avoid exposing an emerald cut engagement ring to harsh chemicals or excessive temperatures. Clean it frequently with a soft cloth or a gentle solution of warm water and dish detergent. Have the ring examined and cleaned by us every 2 - 3 years.

Are all emerald-shaped engagement rings the same shape?

The form of every emerald-cut diamond varies. There may be some variation in the length to width ratio, the angles and facets of the cut, and the overall proportions of the stone, even though they all have the same unique rectangular or square shape with cut corners and step-like facets. Emerald-cut diamonds can also be modified or altered in a number of ways, including Asscher and radiant cuts.

Why Is Clarity Important For My Emerald Cut Diamond?

Emerald cut diamonds are a step cut diamond, meaning it has larger step like facets, this makes clarity of the utmost importance. Because of the larger facets in the cut of the diamond, inclusions are highly visible and are easy to see to the naked eye. Therefore, we recommend that you go for at least a VS 2 in clarity for an eye clean emerald cut diamond when searching for your engagement ring.

Can I Customise My Emerald Engagement ring?

Your emerald cut engagement ring can be customised. You may design a one-of-a-kind piece of jewellery that expresses your own tastes and style by customising your ring. With the help of our jewellers, you may select the kind of metal, the emerald's size and, the type of setting, and any other design components like accent diamonds or other jewels.

Can I get a different gemstone instead of a diamond in an emerald cut?

Instead of a diamond in an emerald cut, you can get an alternative gemstone in the same cut. Emeralds, sapphires, emeralds, aquamarines, and many more gemstones can all be shaped into the popular emerald cut. However, it's crucial to remember that different gemstones have varied physical features and characteristics that can affect their longevity and suitability for daily wear. The choice of gemstone ultimately comes down to personal opinion. Consult us to find your ideal gemstone engagement ring.

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