Diamonds are a traditional choice for engagement rings. They're classic and timeless, making them among the most popular kinds of center gems in jewelry today as well!


When selecting a diamond, your first priority is usually to choose a shape. If you’re unsure of what shape to choose, it may be helpful to
know this: The most popular diamond shapes are round. The reason for this is because they offer incredible brilliance, fire performance (which determines how brightly the stone will glow), along with light reflection capabilities that make them stand out among other stones .


Princess diamonds are the perfect choice for those looking to make a statement. These beautiful stones have an elegant, modern shape that will look great in either traditional or geometric settings and provide you with brilliant sparkle at a lower price than round brilliant diamonds!

Diamond Shapes

Asscher and emerald-cut diamonds are the most popular type in terms of their sleek, elegant appearance. They emit less fire or sparkle than round stones but still offer plenty to be dazzled by!

The Marquise, Oval, and pear-shaped diamonds are more distinctive shapes that help fingers look long due to their elongated appearance.

Love is in the air when you wear a heart-shaped diamond. These romantic gems are perfect for those who want to make their feelings known with style and class, or just
show off how much they love themselves!

Marquise or pear-shaped diamonds have a distinctive shape, with more of the stone showing from above.


The most popular cut with over 60 facets to maximize light and brilliance.


An elongated shape can create an illusion of looking larger thank a round while sharing the same brilliance.


This diamond creates a larger surface area than any other diamond shape and maximizes perceived size while elongating and flattering fingers.


A contemporary style and most popular fancy diamond shape. This diamond features over 70 facets which create exceptional fire and sparkle.


The most popular step-cut shape, loved for its understated elegance and striking silhouette.


Asscher cut diamonds are a brilliant step-cut stone with a square shape with cut corners.


The cushion features soft rounded edges from the more angular square and rectangular shapes.


A heart diamond shimmer with two symmetrical halves, creating a bold and romantic look.


A pear diamond features a rounded edge tapering to a point at the opposite end, forming a symmetrical tear drop shape.


When you're looking for the perfect stone, there are many considerations that need to go into account. Size and quality will vary depending on your budget; however, it's important not only to consider these factors but also what is most visible about a diamond - its size or face-up dimensions (in carats).


The cut of a diamond is what makes it unique. This fundamental aspect impacts all other facets, from fire and scintillation (brilliance) to appearance; if not done properly then you will end up with an undesirable dull-looking diamond that won’t shine like it should!

Cut grades are more or less a matter of preference. For engagement rings, we typically recommend diamonds with the highest possible cut grade - very good, excellent, ideal, and super-ideal (known as hearts & arrows). This choice maximizes the beauty of a diamond for given carat weight.


The other main quality characteristics to decide on are the
color and clarity of your diamond. Although individuals vary in their ability to observe color differences, most people prefer a colorless or white diamond or at least a color that is not very detectable to the untrained eye.

The quality of your diamond is one thing that will be most important to you when choosing the perfect ring. Color and clarity are two other key factors in deciding how well it meets all those needs! Most people prefer a colorless or white diamond or at least a color that is not very detectable to the untrained eye. With engagement rings, the most common color grade selection for the center diamond is the F-H color.


The clarity of a diamond is determined last, as it has the least impact on its appearance. Some diamonds graded "SI2" or SI1'
may have visible inclusions. A few customers for whom clarity is important to go as high as the “IF” or the “VVS” clarity grades.

 It is important to choose a diamond that comes with an independent grading certificate from a recognized gemological laboratory. This ensures you are getting exactly what your money spent on and knowing its a stated quality not just by a word from a jeweler.