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On your GIA report or dossier you will see the pear cut diamond called a pear brilliant cut. Caution needs to be observed when choosing a pear cut diamond. This diamond will not have a cut grade on your GIA report so its a great idea 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 pear cut diamond engagement ring like the thickness of the girdle, length to width ratio, the bow tie and more. Call us for further information and advice about this type of diamond.
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There is a point on one side of this diamond, making them susceptible to damage don’t pick a stone that has a very thin girdle (edge) or it could chip.
Many pear shaped diamonds have a consistent dark bow tie in the centre. Our aim is to try and find one with a minimal or no bow tie.
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. Its quite important with the pear