At RRP Jewellers, we adhere to the highest standards when making each diamonds jewelry and serving the customers. We have large collections of natural loose diamonds that is available in the from of rough diamonds and polished diamonds. polished diamonds again are available in wide variety of shapes and colors. All of our certified diamonds are authenticated by the GEMOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA or INTERNATIONAL GEMOLOGICAL INSTITUTE on the highest standard of quality.
below we have given Detailed analysis of the different variety of diamond shapes that will take you to the basic education about natural diamonds with reference to shape and 4 C’s clarity, cut, carat and color.
There are variety of shapes made in natural diamond industry. Unique characteristics determines quality, look and luster of different shape. Selection of your diamond shape is very important in determining what kind of engagement ring design, price and other factors you will choose. If you have more questions, kindly reach us so that we can help you find the diamond that’s perfect for you.
The Round brilliant cut diamond is highly used and most in demand diamond shape available in the diamond industry. For Almost 10 decades, diamond cutters have been using innovative theories of light imitating behavior of the diamonds and perfect mathematical calculations to improve the fire and brilliance in round shape diamond. In addition to being the most used shape by the jeweler, a round shape diamond gives us utmost flexibility in terms of balancing Color, cut and clarity grades while still getting the one of the highest fire and brilliance you want.
In order to maximize the brilliance of a round brilliant cut shape natural loose diamond while selecting the diamond or the jewelry, select the diamonds having highest cut grades, mostly ideal to very good, and choose either ideal, excellent, or very good polish and symmetry grades. For buying the quality round shape diamonds, please visit RRP Diamonds Certified Diamond collection.
Princess shape natural diamonds is highest sought out shape diamond after round diamond. Its second best preferred shape due to its brilliance and unique cut for diamond jewelry. The princess shape diamond has pointed 45 degree corners and is squarish in shape.one of the unique things is princess-cut diamonds can vary greatly in how square or rectangular it can be cut this is the fact due to improve the yield in the polish weight. Here are length-to-width ratios for princess-cut diamond shapes that are pleasing to the eye.
While choosing princess diamond for the jewelry, make sure you use the princess diamond shape that is square, look for length-to-width ratios between 1.00 and 1.05. If you prefer more of a rectangular shape to fit in your jewelry, Choose for length-to-width ratios greater than 1.10. For the most brilliant princess available, check out RRP diamonds certified diamonds page.
What makes Emerald shaped Diamond different is its pavilion part, which is cut like rectangular facets like step cut to create a finest optical appearance. Due to its wide open table, emerald shape highlights the clarity of a diamond thoroughly. If you choose an emerald-cut with a lower clarity grade for your jewelry, such as SI grade, be sure to review the clarity plot on the diamond certificate as inclusion in the table is strict No. Also, emerald-cut diamonds can vary greatly in how rectangular they are. If you’d prefer an emerald cut with a square outline, look for an Asscher-cut diamond instead. To find the shape of emerald you want, look for the length-to-width ratio in our diamond size chart and on each diamond’s detail page. The length-to-width ratio will determine the diamond’s outline, or what it will look like when viewed from the top.
For the brilliant emerald-cut shape, look for a length-to-width ratio between 1.30 and 1.40. For the highest standard of craftsmanship available in an emerald-cut diamond, view the RRP Diamonds certified Diamonds collection.
This beautifully unique shape is nearly identical to the emerald-cut, except that it is square. Also, this shape has a pavilion that is cut with rectangular facets in the same style as the emerald-cut. If you choose SI-clarity be sure to view the clarity plot on the diamond certificate, because this shape highlights the clarity of the diamond. When choosing a color grade, consider that while the price of a J-color non-round diamond is exceptional, color may be slightly visible in its corners.
All Asscher-cut diamonds from RRP Diamonds will appear square, because each one is guaranteed to have a length-to-width ratio between 1.00 and 1.05. For our ideal Asscher-cut diamond, view the RRP diamonds Certified Collection.
The shape of a marquise diamond can maximize carat weight, giving you a much larger-looking diamond. This brilliant-cut diamond looks beautiful set with round or pear-shaped side stones, and the length of the marquise makes fingers appear long and slender. To find the dimension of marquise you want, look for the length-to-width ratio in our interactive diamond search and on each diamond’s detail page. The length-to-width ratio will determine the diamond’s outline, or what it will look like when viewed from the top.
For the most traditional marquise-cut diamonds, look for length-to-width ratios between 1.75 and 2.25
An oval diamond has beautiful brilliance that’s similar to a round diamond. Oval diamonds are also very popular as their length can accentuate long, slender fingers. To find the dimension of oval you want, look for the length-to-width ratio in our interactive diamond search and on each diamond’s detail page. The length-to-width ratio will determine the diamond’s outline, or what it will look like when viewed from the top.
For the most traditional oval diamonds, look for length-to-width ratios between 1.33 and 1.66.
This brilliant-cut diamond is also called a teardrop for its single point and rounded end. The unique look of the pear shape helps make it a popular choice for a variety of diamond jewelry. If you choose an elongated pear shape, the length of the diamond creates a subtle slimming effect on the fingers.
To understand what the diamond will look like when viewing it from above, look for the length-to-width ratio on each diamond’s detail page. For the most traditional pear-shaped diamond, look for a length-to-width ratio between 1.45 and 1.75.
The heart is the ultimate symbol of love. The unique look of the heart-shaped diamond helps make it a distinctive choice for a variety of diamond jewelry. When choosing a color grade, consider that while the price of a J-color heart shaped diamond is exceptional, color may be slightly visible in its corners. To find the dimension of heart-shape you want, look for the length-to-width ratio in our interactive diamond search and on each diamond’s detail page. The length-to-width ratio will determine the diamond’s outline, or what it will look like when viewed from the top.
For a more traditional heart-shaped diamond, look for length-to-width ratios between .90 and 1.10.
This unique shape has been popular for more than a century. Cushion-cut diamonds (also known as “pillow-cut” diamonds) have rounded corners and larger facets to increase their brilliance. These larger facets highlight the diamond’s clarity, so if you choose an SI clarity grade, be sure to review the clarity plot on the diamond certificate. Cushion-cut diamonds are available in shapes ranging from square to rectangular. To find the dimension of cushion you want, look for the length-to-width ratio> in our interactive diamond search and on each diamond’s detail page. The length-to-width ratio will determine the diamond’s outline, or what it will look like when viewed from the top.
For a cushion-cut diamond that is square, look for length-to-width ratios between 1 and 1.05. If you prefer more of a rectangular shape, look for length-to-width ratios greater than 1.15.
Much is made of a diamond’s clarity, but of the Four Cs, it is the easiest to understand, and, according to many experts, generally has the least impact on a diamond’s appearance. Clarity simply refers to the tiny, natural imperfections that occur in all but the finest diamonds. Gemologists refer to these imperfections by a variety of technical names, including blemishes and inclusions, among others. Diamonds with the least and smallest imperfections receive the highest clarity grades. Because these imperfections tend to be microscopic, they do not generally affect a diamond’s beauty in any discernible way.
Most of the online retailers offer SI1 to I3 grade diamonds, although the picture may or may not depict the actual product they are selling. Every diamond clarity/quality has its own price, so 98% customer who buy seeing picture only, is fooled here. So its requested you must buy from genuine sellers and make sure what you are buying.
We offer almost every quality of loose diamonds, depicting the truth that every quality has its price and value.
As a Expert gemologists, We recommend selecting the highest cut grade within your budget. The reason is simple: of the Four Cs, no other characteristic has a greater influence on a diamond’s appearance.
A diamond’s cut grade is an objective measure of a diamond’s light performance, or, what we generally think of as sparkle. When a diamond is cut with the proper proportions, light is returned out of the top of the diamond (which gemologists refer to as the table). If it is cut too shallow, light leaks out of the bottom; too deep and it escapes out of the side.
For the best possible cut, look for the Ideal or Excellent Cut. Each higher cut diamond is hand-selected and cut to the most exacting standards, guaranteeing one of the finest cuts available in the world. Diamonds with a cut grade of good or very good represent an excellent combination of beauty and value.
To learn even more about cut, including technical information on light performance, brilliance, fire, polish and symmetry, please call us or mail us your queries.
Most of the online retailers offer Very Good to Fair grade diamonds, although the picture may or may not depict the actual product they are selling. Every diamond clarity/quality has its own price, so 98% customer who buy seeing picture only, is fooled here. So its requested you must buy from genuine sellers and make sure what you are buying.
We offer from Ideal Cut to Good cut of loose diamonds, depicting the truth that every quality has its price and value.
A unit of weight for a diamond. Equivalent to 200 milligrams, or one-fifth of a gram.
This print out illustrates how diamonds of different carat weights and shapes will appear when viewed from the top down.
Your diamond may differ from the printout in length/width ratio, table, and depth.
As the name suggests, carat weight specifically refers to a diamond’s weight.
However, much as a person’s weight does not necessarily correlate with height, carat weight, by itself, may not accurately reflect a diamond’s size. To gain a precise understanding of diamond size,
RRP Diamonds recommends considering carat weight with two other characteristics: 1) the distance across the top of the diamond measured in millimeters, and 2) the diamond’s cut grade.
It is important to measure the distance across the top of the diamond as this is how we view a stone when set into a ring.A diamond’s cut grade should also be considered because, as we noted in the cut grade section, when a diamond is cut with the proper proportions, the maximum amount of light (or sparkle) is returned out of the top of the diamond. Thus, when a diamond is well cut, the light reflected out of the top makes it appear larger.
In addition, much of the weight of a poorly cut diamond, for example, may be “hidden” in the base of the diamond, making the diamond appear smaller than its carat weight would imply.It is therefore possible to have a diamond of a lower carat weight, but higher cut grade, that appears larger than a diamond with a larger carat weight, but poor cut.
Once you’ve selected your cut, color, and clarity grade, it’s easy to determine the carat weight of diamond that will fit within your budget.Much as there are 100 pennies in a dollar, a one-carat diamond is comprised of 100 points. Hence, 50 points is equal to 1/2-carat, and so on.
Color manifests itself in a diamond as a pale yellow. This is why a diamond’s color grade is based on its lack of color. The less color a diamond has, the higher its color grade. After cut, color is generally considered the second most important characteristic when selecting a diamond. This is because the human eye tends to detect a diamond’s sparkle (light performance) first, and color second.