Monday, 25 February 2019

Everything to Know About Pear Diamond Engagement Rings


Pear diamond engagement rings are a great choice for people who are looking for a change from the conventional classic designs and want their engagement ring to stand out! Even though uncommon, pear shaped diamonds show up a lot in celebrity engagement rings. People like Victoria Beckham, Jessica Simpson, Anna Kournikova and Katherine Heigl have all shown off their pear cut engagement rings! The pear cut diamond is mostly used for pendants and earrings and that’s what makes a pear shaped engagement ring so unique and special! Before you buy yourself a pear shaped bling here is everything you need to know.

Cost
A pear shaped diamond is a ‘fancy’ shape. ‘Fancy’ diamonds are stones that are not the common round brilliant shape. A pear cut is basically a round brilliant at one end and a pointy marquise at the other end. You can considerable save from getting yourself a pear shaped diamond than a round brilliant because of its comparatively less popularity and lenient rules around what makes an ideal shape. Even though fancy stones can reduce the fire of a diamond, the pear shape retains almost as much sparkle as the brilliant shapes like princess cut and round brilliant because after all, one halve of a pear cut is in fact a shimmering brilliant cut.

Would it Suit You?
Because a pear shaped diamond is longer than other diamonds cuts it may appear larger compared to other stones of the exact same carat weight, which is a great thing if you are looking for a big rock for your engagement ring! A pear cut engagement ring especially looks good if you have short fingers or small hands. Because when worn, the pointy marquise end of a pear cut diamond faces downwards it makes your fingers look more slender and elegant. If you are looking for an engagement ring with such elongating effects then definitely go for it!

Prong or No Prong?
Definitely prong! Pear shaped diamonds need prongs especially at the pointed end of it because that is where it’s likely to chip the most. Also, the point of a pear cut diamond is the closest to the outer end of the once rough stone and so natural flaws and inclusion may be visibly present. But when covered with prongs at the pointy marquise end, the inclusions will completely be invisible on your engagement ring.

Ring Settings
Solitaire
Classic, minimalistic and dainty – You can’t go wrong with a solitaire pear engagement ring! To get the most sparkle in a budget friendly way go for a chic solitaire rock!

Pave
Little diamonds set in the band of your engagement ring with the elegant pear cut diamond shining in the middle is a great way to add the maximum amount of sparkle to your beautiful ring!

Vintage
Pear shaped diamonds make the most beautiful vintage engagement rings! Pair it with a halo setting and add a little milgrain effect to it and you have the most breathtaking ring ever!

Bezel
If you or your partner often partake in outdoor activities and are looking for an engagement ring setting that will give you the most protection and security then a bezel setting is the way to go! For an added amount of sparkle you can always pair it with a pave band.

We hope you find the perfect pear shaped engagement ring to hold on to forever – Till death do you apart! Haha!
Location: New York, NY, USA

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