Dating back to the 1500s, this vintage style cut has a flat base with dome shaped crowns depicting a blooming flower. This cut was hugely popular during the Victorian era and strikes right out among the sea of other cuts, giving a subtle, romantic appeal to its audience.
Named after a star, this cut was designed exclusively by Tiffany and Co. in 1999. Lucida is available in both square and rectangle shapes consisting of step cuts and facets that will sparkle the life out of it on your big day!
This particular cut is done under a 100x magnification to achieve perfect alignment and symmetry. Its eight heart shaped patterns are completely visible within the facets and is available in round and square shaped diamonds.
This cut was originally designed to reflect candlelight back in the 1800s when electric lights were still a fascinating dream. This vintage style cut identifies a pillow-y silhouette with graceful corners that the makers were able to achieve without modern tools.
A rare cut, offered by only a handful of jewelers, but nonetheless very distinguishable. It has an elongated shape with 62 facets, and rounded on the corners which separates it from the rest of the cuts.
Diamonds sure are a girl’s best friend as they help express their style in a very unique way. Every cut is designed to give it more sparkle so it definitely makes it the first choice of every bride. Would you go for these unique cuts for your wedding ring?