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0.25HSI1 Very Good EGL
USD 210 View
0.25IVVS2 Very Good EGL
USD 215 View
0.26FVS2 Very Good EGL
USD 221 View
0.36HVS1 Ideal EGL
USD 240 View
0.27EVVS2 Very Good EGL
USD 299 View
0.24HVVS2 Very Good EGL
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0.24EVVS2 Very Good EGL
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0.41FVVS2 Very Good EGL
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0.36EVVS2 Ideal EGL
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0.30FVVS2 Ideal EGL
USD 330 View
0.36DVVS2 Ideal EGL
USD 330 View
0.29EVS1 Very Good EGL
USD 330 View
0.31HVS1   EGL
USD 354 View
0.30HVVS1   EGL
USD 377 View
0.36IVS2   EGL
USD 378 View
0.31HVVS1   EGL
USD 389 View
0.32HVVS2   EGL
USD 396 View
0.35HVVS1   EGL
USD 439 View
0.37HVVS2   EGL
USD 458 View
0.40HVVS2   EGL
USD 499 View
0.41HVVS2   EGL
USD 523 View
0.42GVS2   EGL
USD 536 View
0.51DVVS1 Very Good EGL
USD 540 View
0.52DVS1 Very Good EGL
USD 550 View
0.42HVVS1   EGL
USD 576 View
0.33EVS1   GIA
USD 676 View
0.46FVS1 Very Good EGL
USD 952 View
0.52GVVS2   GIA
USD 1,136 View
0.65HSI1   GIA
USD 1,313 View
0.70FSI2   GIA
USD 1,404 View
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An emerald cut diamonds shape is usually rectangular. The flat planes of the outside edges allow for a variety of side stones shapes typical pairings would be two or three side baguettes,two half-moons,and other smaller emeralds,but not trillions, as their sparkle makes the center emerald cut look flat.The length-to-width ratio of an Emerald Cut Diamond should be between 1.5:1 to 1.75:1.

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Emerald Cut Diamond 

Enriched with features that contribute to its mesmerizing beauty, emerald diamond has been embraced by an overwhelming number of women owing to their elegance, versatility and timelessness. The cut is loaded with a spirit of royalty and feminism, not found in any other fancy cut diamonds. The cut is rectangular in shape and is accompanied by an eye-catchy truncated corners, flat and large facets and beautifully executed step cuts. Their unique identity lies in the hall of mirror effect which can be discerned when viewed from the top. An emerald diamond may not possess the fire and brilliance of the brilliant cuts, but they have a subtle charm, a soft sparkle unlike any other. 
As far as the history of the emerald cut diamonds goes, there is no authentic record of how it came into existence. Some link has been found with the single table cuts and the multi-faceted table cuts of the early 20th century Art Deco Period. In those periods, a particular cut was recognized by different names. In many ways, the cut was related to the emerald stone. It was much later that the need to create the method of stair steps or the hall of mirror effect was implemented in diamonds as well.
The emerald cut that we know of today, contains 57 facets which are divided as 32 facets on the pavilion and 25 facets on the crown. The total number of facets may differ from one particular cut to another, especially in cases where the number of facets change on both the crown and the pavilion. An ideal emerald cut is one that has a length to width ratios anywhere between 1.30 and 1.50. A ratio lower than this will give a squarer look to the diamond, whereas a ratio higher than this will produce a rectangular shape.
Fascinating Facts about Emerald Cut Diamonds:

  • Emeralds  has tapered edges which act as a great advantage as this does not make them prone to chipping or pose as an obstacle in day to day activities.
  • They are way more affordable than the other fancy cuts available. An emerald of similar carat, color, clarity will be half a price of a round brilliant cut diamond.
  • Due to the shallow depth of the cut, the diamond appears much larger. Hence, a 1.0 carat emerald diamond will appear larger than a 1.0 carat round brilliant cut diamond. The former will have 5% greater surface area than the latter.
  • The emerald cut is famous for its beautiful long facets or what is also referred to as the hall of mirror effect. This type of cut is not for those who are looking for a high amount of fire and brilliance.
  • Though the cut sacrifices the fire and brilliance, it throws much light on the clarity, luster and polish of the stone.
  • The elongated shape of the emerald cut, makes the wearer’s finger appear a tad longer and slender.
Tips to Buy Emerald Cut Diamond:

The large facets will magnify even the slightest imperfections in the emerald diamond like blemishes, inclusions and color flaws. Thus, one should purchase high quality emerald cut diamonds. Before buying an emerald cut diamond, remember that it is a cut that compromise on the fire and brilliance for those lovely long and attractive facets. GIA, AGS, EGL and IGI are some of the reputed diamond laboratories and only their certification should be considered while purchasing a diamond.

Emerald Cut Diamonds

Does an Emerald Cut Diamond Appear Bigger Than Its Carat Size?

Size advantage is one of the reasons that drive diamond buyers into the fancy cut section of the gallery. Emerald is one of those cuts that offer this certain advantage to the buyers. Having an elongated shape, the emerald cut diamonds have a larger top surface. That helps produce larger than carat size effect.

Compared to a round brilliant cut, the emerald offers a significant size advantage. Two stones of the same carat and two cuts, namely round and emerald will look very different to the eyes. The emerald cut makes a stone look distinctly bigger than the brilliant cuts or even most fancy cuts. Thanks to its oblong shape, emerald cut diamonds also make fingers appear longer and shapelier. Thus, if you are looking for a cut that offers a visible size advantage to other cuts, emerald is your cut.

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