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Learn About Diamond Shapes

Diamonds are formed into many shapes. Each shape is unique and has a different look and effect. Here are some of the most popular diamond shapes:

Round Brilliant Shape

The Round Brilliant Shape is the most popular of all the diamond shapes. The Round Brilliant is cut with 58 facets allowing the light to be reflected throughout the stone. Due to the way it is cut, it sparkles more than any of the other diamonds. Inclusions are not as visible in the Round brilliant Shape like they are with some of the other stones. Shop Round Diamonds >>

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Round Brilliant Shape
Oval Shape

Oval Shape

Oval Shaped Diamonds are quite brilliant. However, like the Pear Shaped Diamonds, caution is needed when purchasing to make sure that there are no “bow-ties” (grey triangular reflections) inside the stone. Small bow-ties are fine, but larger bow-ties will cause a large grey patch in the stone, detracting its sparkle. It is important to look at the length-to-width ratio of the oval shape, making sure that the stone is not too skinny and long or too short and wide. Shop Oval Diamonds >>

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Radiant Shape

Radiant Shape are either square or rectangular with slanted corners. Radiant Shape Diamonds have more durability against chips, which is great for those who are rough with their jewellery. The Radiant Shape Diamond has the second most brilliance after the Round Brilliant Shape. Shop Radiant Diamonds >>

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Radiant Shape
Emerald Shape

Emerald Shape

While Emerald Shape do not have much brilliance, they hold their colour really well. They are quite “see-through” allowing one to look into the facets where stone inclusions may be visible to the naked eye. To make sure that the Emerald Shape looks nice, it is important to look at the length-to-width ratio, making sure that the stone is not too skinny and long or too short and wide. Shop Emerald Diamonds >>

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Pear Shape

Pear Shape Diamonds are quite brilliant. However, caution is needed when purchasing to make sure that there are no “bow-ties” (grey triangular reflections) inside the stone. Small bow-ties are fine, but larger bow-ties will cause a large grey patch in the stone, detracting its sparkle. It is important to look at the length-to-width ratio of the Pear Shape Diamond, as a stone that is too skinny and long or a stone that is too short and wide would not look so good. Shop Pear Diamonds >>

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Pear Shape
Cushion Shape

Cushion Shape

The Cushion Shape Diamond has become quite popular in recent years. Cushion Shape can be rectangular or square. Neither of those is better than the other, it is just personal preference. The Cushion Shape appears to be a mix of a square and round stone. Shop Cushion Diamonds >>

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Princess Shape

The Princess Shape Diamond is a square-cut diamond. Due to the corners being at 90 degrees, the corners must be protected by decent claws when set into a ring. Princess Shape Diamonds are well priced since they do not have much wastage when cut from a rough diamond. Shop Princess Diamonds >>

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Princess Shape
Asscher Shape

Asscher Shape

Asscher Shape Diamond was created by Joseph Asscher in the early 1900s. The Asscher Shape Diamond has a similar appearance to an Emerald Cut Diamond with the main difference being that it is square with slanted corners. Shop Asscher Diamonds >>

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Marquise Shape

The marquise Shape is a popular diamond shape characterised by its elongated, boat-shaped outline with pointed ends. The marquise cut is known for its elegant and distinctive appearance, and it can make a diamond appear larger than other cuts of the same carat weight due to its elongated shape. Shop Marquise Diamonds >>

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Marquise Shape
Heart Shape

Heart Shape

The heart Shape is a romantic and distinctive diamond shape that is characterised by its resemblance to a heart, making it a symbol of love and affection. It’s a unique and eye-catching choice for engagement rings and other jewellery. Shop Heart Diamonds >>

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