At Arrow Diamonds, we offer a large variety of diamond shapes. understanding the differences between the shapes can be very helpful and it is certainly a necessary step in our journey to find the diamond that will best fulfill your taste.
ROUND CUT DIAMONDS
The round shaped diamond is currently the most popular and most researched diamond shape in the market. This shape has been carefully modified for almost 100 years to maximize its potential brightness and sparkle and is currently dominating the diamond market with almost three fourths of all diamonds sales.
The heart shaped diamond has become the ultimate way to represent love and affection. Making it a great choice for anniversary or engagement ring. The heart shaped stone is one of the most difficult stones to create, requires great skill from the diamond cutter.
The pear shaped cut (also known as drop cut or teardrop cut) is a very popular choice within the fancy cut diamonds. Its combination of round cut and marquise cut makes it truly unique and can be used in many different types of diamond jewelry.
Due to its very similar cut to that of a round diamond, the oval shaped diamond creates almost the same amount of sparkle and brightness as that of a round one. However, the oval cut diamonds favorably might appear larger when compared to a round diamond with similar weight.
The radiant cut provides a great choice for those seeking a rectangular shape diamond. With the similarity to the Emerald and round cut it provides a unique shape with a very similar brilliance of that of a round cut diamond.
The princess cut diamond is currently the second most popular diamond shape, particularly for engagement rings. The princess shape is a great choice for almost any type of jewelry and is certainly a stunning looking cut.
The cushion cut diamond is simply a square cut with rounded corners, very similar to a pillow shape (hence its name). This classic shape diamond has been in the market since the early 1800’s and was the most popular shape for nearly a century after it was introduced. Since cushion shape diamonds might sometimes appear more rectangular than square, pay attention to the length to width ratio and look at the sample picture provided to each cushion diamond advertised in our website.