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Emerald City : Loose Diamonds


Diagram of Round Cut Diamond Round
Diagram of Oval Cut Diamond Oval
Diagram of Marquise Cut Diamond Marquise
Diagram of Princess Cut Diamond Princess
Diagram of Heart Cut Diamond Heart
Diagram of Asscher Cut Diamond Asscher
Diagram of Emerald Cut Diamond Emerald
Diagram of Pear Cut Diamond Pear
Diagram of Baguette Cut Diamond Baguettes
Diagram of Radiant Cut Diamond Radiant
Diagram of Triangle Cut Diamond Triangle
Diagram of Cushion Cut Diamond Cushion

Loose Diamonds

The Perfect Bling for Your Ring

At Emerald City Jewelers, when it comes to dealing with loose diamonds the possibilities are endless.

Whether you’re in need of a new diamond to replace an old, missing, or broken gem on a valuable or sentimental piece of jewelry, or whether you are a loose diamond or gem collector, Emerald City Jewelers has just what you’re looking for.

One of our biggest sellers tends to big our diamond engagement rings.

With such a large collection of diamonds we’re sure to have a diamond that’s cut to fit you or your bride to be perfectly.

Listed Below are a few of the high quality diamond cuts Emerald City Jewelers has to offer:

Round – The most popular diamond shape is the round cut diamond. Approximately 75% of all diamonds sold are round cut. Because of its shape it tends to reflect more light with maximized brightness in comparison to fancier shapes.

Marquise – The marquise cut is a football shaped cut. With its long and narrow shape it tends to create the illusion of being bigger than it actually is. The marquise diamond has a large surface area in comparison to other diamond shapes.

Heart – It’s hard not to recognize this famous symbol of love. The heart shaped diamond is a unique and beautiful, but diamonds less than .50 carats are usually not a good choice for this shape. The heart shape of the diamond is harder to notice in smaller diamonds, especially once set within the prongs of a piece of jewelry or ring.

Emerald – The emerald cut diamond produces a hall or mirrors like effect instead of the expected sparkle of other diamond cuts.

Often flaws and color are easier to see in emerald cuts.

Baguettes – Commonly used as accent stones, baguette shapes are long and rectangular with octagonal corners. This shape with its straight, clean lines gained popularity in the 1920s and 1930s during the art deco movements.

Triangle – The triangle, or trilliant as it’s often called can be a traditional triangular shape with pointed corners, or a more rounded triangular shape. They are often used as accents in three stone rings and other jewelry settings.

Oval – The oval cut is similar to the round cut in its brilliance and shape, but it has an elongated slope which gives the illusion of a bigger sized diamond.

Princess – The princess cut was first created in 1980. Like the round cut diamond, the princess cut is a very popular choice for engagement rings because they work well with almost any style of ring. It is a square cut with sharp edges.

Asscher – A forerunner to the emerald cut, the Asscher cut is said to produce more brilliance to than an emerald cut. It was first produced in 1902 by the Asscher Brothers of Holland.

Pear – The pear cut is a combination of a round cut and a marquise shape. This shape has a tapered point at one end and the shape should be symmetrical.

Radiant – The radiant cut is a lively and vibrant diamond cut. It can be seen as something in between a princess cut and a cushion cut. It can complement both rounded and square cornered diamonds in a piece of jewelry.

Cushion – This cut is a classic. It’s been used in jewelry for nearly 200 years. The combination of a square cut with rounded corners gives shape to the cushion cut.

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