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Fancy Cut Diamond

Here we include all the less common cuts, such as heart, trillion, baguette... etc.

There are many different types of diamond cuts which are not so commonly seem. Some of the less common fancy diamond cuts ares Heart, Hexagon, Trillion, Baguette. It is rare for engagement rings to embrace these less common cuts.

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Is Heart Shape Diamond popular?

Fancy heart shape is considered the most romantic of all shapes. This fancy diamond is actually a pear shape with a cleft at the top. Heart shapes are brilliant cut diamonds with a beautiful shine. These diamonds are naturally heavy set and must be cut with extreme precision to ensure maximum brilliance. Heart-shaped diamonds, more than any other cut, should always be seen in person to ensure that the proportions and overall shape are well designed.

A heart-shaped diamond is a unique, special alternative to the more common diamond cuts. It is a timeless symbol of love. Round brilliants account for more than two-thirds of all diamonds sold on the market. In contrast, heart-shaped diamonds account for only a small percentage of all diamonds sold each year, making a heart-shaped diamond a unique, rare, and special choice.

Heart-shaped diamonds can be found in a wide range of jewellery, from pendants to bracelets and more. This type of diamond, however, is most commonly used as the centre stone in a diamond engagement ring.

Heart-shaped diamonds have been around since the 16th century, with the first truly well-known heart-shaped diamond ring given as a friendship gift from Mary Queen of Scots to Queen Elizabeth in 1562.

Heart-shaped diamond engagement rings have recently been seen on celebrities such as Nicki Minaj and Lady Gaga, who wore a massive heart-shaped diamond pavé ring engaged to Taylor Kinney.

What is a Trillion Cut Diamond?

A trillion cut diamond, also known as a trilliant cut, is a diamond with a triangular shape. A typical trillion cut diamond will have three equal-length sides and a flat table on its surface.

The trillion cut diamond shape is a relatively new diamond shape, dating back to the 1960s. It's frequently regarded as a daring and provocative shape, with an eye-catching, contemporary appearance that stands out from the crowd.

The trillion cut, unlike most diamond shapes, is more commonly used for side-stone diamonds than for centre stones. However, engagement rings with a trillion cut diamond as the centre stone are also available.

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