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This type of diamond is a step cut diamond so it wont sparkle like the brilliant cuts but it has a stunning lustre. Great care needs to be observed when choosing an Emerald cut diamond as this diamond will not have a cut grade on your GIA report so its important see it or an image of the diamond before you buy as it can be the difference between getting a poor stone or a beautiful one.
There are many factors to consider when choosing an diamond for your emerald cut diamond engagement ring like the corners, length to width ratio, corner size, pavilion bulge and the way it looks. Call us for further information and advice about this type of diamond.
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The length and width of the stone is the difference between getting a long and thin stone or a shorter and wider stone. There is a desirable range.
Many Emerald Cut diamonds are deep and have pavilion bulges so choosing a stone on its carat weight can be misleading.
You may see the right length and width measurements but if the corners are too big twill make your emerald cut look odd.