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2.00 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, J Color, SI2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
2.00JSI2   GIA
USD 8,444 View
2.05 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, D Color, SI2 Clarity and Certified by EGL  
2.05DSI2   EGL
USD 8,767 View
2.03 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, H Color, SI1 Clarity and Certified by EGL  
2.03HSI1   EGL
USD 8,867 View
1.51 Carats, Pear H Color, VS2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.51HVS2   GIA
USD 9,090 View
2.00 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, E Color, SI2 Clarity and Certified by EGL  
2.00ESI2   EGL
USD 9,211 View
1.40 Carats, Pear E Color, VVS1 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.40EVVS1   GIA
USD 9,232 View
1.70 Carats, Pear I Color, VS1 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.70IVS1   GIA
USD 9,267 View
2.01 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, E Color, SI2 Clarity and Certified by EGL  
2.01ESI2   EGL
USD 9,307 View
1.01 Carats, Pear Diamond with Good Cut, D Color, VS2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.01DVS2 Good GIA
USD 9,483 View
1.72 Carats, Pear D Color, SI1 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.72DSI1   GIA
USD 9,682 View
2.06 Carats, Pear I Color, SI1 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
2.06ISI1   GIA
USD 10,204 View
1.70 Carats, Pear H Color, VS2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.70HVS2   GIA
USD 10,470 View
2.01 Carats, Pear Diamond with Very Good Cut, J Color, SI1 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
2.01JSI1 Very Good GIA
USD 10,676 View
2.54 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, E Color, SI2 Clarity and Certified by EGL  
2.54ESI2   EGL
USD 10,775 View
2.01 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, H Color, VS2 Clarity and Certified by EGL  
2.01HVS2   EGL
USD 10,999 View
2.01 Carats, Pear Diamond with Very Good Cut, K Color, SI2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
2.01KSI2 Very Good GIA
USD 11,473 View
1.75 Carats, Pear Diamond with  Cut, H Color, VS2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.75HVS2   GIA
USD 11,632 View
1.80 Carats, Pear H Color, VVS2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.80HVVS2   GIA
USD 11,886 View
1.84 Carats, Pear G Color, VS2 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.84GVS2   GIA
USD 11,974 View
1.50 Carats, Pear D Color, VS1 Clarity and Certified by GIA  
1.50DVS1   GIA
USD 12,100 View
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Pear shaped diamond

The pear shaped brilliant diamond is based upon the traditional configuration of the round brilliant diamond. More than other fancy shapes, length-to-width ratio is a matter of taste when it comes to pear shaped diamonds. Because pears may be used for engagement rings, suites in necklaces, dangles in earrings, and integral parts of custom designs, a wide variety of shapes is considered desirable. The typical diamond will contain 58 facets.

In the search below no field is mandatory, you may select only the Pear diamond budget to get results.which you may narrow the results by limiting any other field to get an eye clean and white diamond you may choose H or better color (D to H) and SI1 or better clarity (IF,VVS or VS),if you are on a budget that does not get results go down to SI2 which many are also eye clean or go down with the color to I or J.
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Pear Shaped Diamonds- Where Breathtakingly Fancy Meets Price Practicality
You may have seen a pear-cut diamond on a jewel before and wondered what kind of a cut it is. Pear-cut diamonds, also famously called the tear-drop diamond is one of the two asymmetrical cuts that are used in haute jewelries for their rare and fancy looks. Pear is arguably one of the finest shapes in gems that are sold worldwide.
Only 4% of the pear shaped diamonds are certified by GIA which makes it an exceedingly rare cut. Notwithstanding its scanty production, pear diamonds are quite skimpily priced, a privilege that jewelers extract by the advantage of the shape.
 A pear-cut has a 44% yield from a rough diamond which is far greater than round-cuts. That makes round cuts so extraordinarily pricey and pear cuts surprisingly inexpensive.
The Numbers That Make a Pear Cut Ideal
The pear cut is graded into four categories, namely, Ideal, Very Good, Good and fair. The Ideal pear cut has the maximum sparkle. So, coming to the dimensions and measurements, a pear cut is certified ideal when it has a 56 to 62% table, depth between 59 and 65%, a thin to marginally thick girdle, no culet and 1.45:1.60 length to width ratio. So, if you can grab a pear shaped diamond that has numbers within the aforementioned range, then congrats, you have got yourself an ideal cut diamond. Cuts do not get better than Ideal, which is why they are priced maximally. However, Very Good cut is not so bad either. In fact, if you look at the numbers, they are not far removed from the Ideal grade. The differences between an Ideal pear cut and the subsequent grades besides the % numbers is the presence of a culet, thickness of the girdle and some minor differences in measurements in other areas
A Note for the Buyers
So, as a buyer, what should you know about a pear cut diamond. Like all other cuts and kinds, pear diamonds too have a set table of values that make them qualitatively superior than others. So, for a decently priced, reasonable quality pear shaped diamond, aim for one that has clarity between SI2 and 1, color H and cut excellent. With pear cut diamonds, there is no stress on higher carat weight. The pear is a unique shape that gives the diamonds the advantage of size. Being slightly elongated, the cut can make a small stone look nearly twice its mass. That, coupled with the reasonable pricing of pear diamonds makes it easy for common buyers to easily afford a surprisingly large pear rock.
. Buy only white Pear diamond, the color concentrates at the point of the Pear and you will end up with a diamond of two color shades.
Do not but flat Pears, they will have “dead” area in the center.

Famous Pear-Cut Engagement Rings
Pear-cut diamonds have been wildly endorsed by celebrities around the world. Remember Angelina Jolie’s statement-making emerald drop earrings from the 2009 Oscars. The emergence of pear cut dates back to the beginning of this millennium. However, more recently, a lot of Hollywood celebs have been spotted brandishing this cut in their accessories. The following are the most popular pear cut diamond engagement rings seen in the recent past.

Katherine Heigel’s Halo Pear-Cut Sparkler:

Katherine Heigel’s showing her Halo Pear shaped diamond ring
Katherine Heigel’s Halo Pear shaped diamond ring

 It’s a 3 carat pear-cut diamond surrounded by a thin halo with micro paved diamond scraps. The ring has a distinct Art Deco influence and the French-set band only amplifies the perfection of the design.

Victoria Beckham’s Jaw-Dropping Pear-cut Rock:

The Beckhams showing her Pear shaped diamond engagement ring

Victoria Beckham’s Pear

 diamond Rock

One of the many high-brow baubles she has acquired over the years of her marriage with football stud David Beckham, this one is somewhere between 15 and 17 carats, tastefully mounted on a micro-pave platinum band.
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Jessica Simpson’s Accented Pear diamond engagement Ring:

Jessica Simpson’s hand with her pear shaped diamond ring

 Jessica Simpson’s 4 carat pear-cut diamond engagement ring is dazzling, if anything. Set on a diamond inlaid band, this one is a simple yet striking feature.
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Pear Shaped Diamond

Why Buy a Pear Diamond?

Why buy a pear diamond, you might ask? There is more than one good reason to choose this fascinating cut. The pear is one of the very few fancies that has close resemblance with brilliant cuts, and this one has faceting similarities with the round brilliant cut, which you’d surely know has the most intense sparkle. Owing to that, a pear cut diamond demonstrates a superior fire and brilliance than other fancy cut diamonds.

Another reason to buy a pear diamond among other shapes is its dynamism. A round or a square diamond can be worn only way. In fact, no cut other than the pear and trillion can be worn in two different ways. The pear can be worn both pointy sides up or down. The shape has such a versatility to it that gives it a classic feeling, yet a distinctly modern look.

A Sterling Pear Cut Diamond for Your Sparkler

Pear shaped diamond rings are one of the most coveted jewelry of this decade. Jewelry bedecked with delicate and shapely pear cut gems make for statement pieces. Pear shaped stones, especially in diamond rings make a design both feminine and elegant, two qualities that are the most coveted in jewelry.

A pear-shaped diamond ring embodies the sharpness of silhouette of a Marquise cut and the blinding brilliance of a round cut. Brought together, these styles give birth to the pear shape whose style and grace are to this day unmatched. Pear diamonds work their magic on a solitaire setting but even in a cluster gem setting, there is no eclipsing their radiance and beauty. The stone sparkles mightily alone and harmoniously in company.

The Geometry of a Pear-Shaped Diamond

The pear is a fancy cut, which essentially makes it a shape diverse from the classic round or square. The pear shape, also named after the fruit is more reminiscent of a drop of tear than a pear. It has the distinctiveness of shape like a droplet and the brilliance of the same on a lily pad. The pear cut famously brings together best of both the round and Marquise cuts. In this regard, the anatomy of a pear-cut diamond deserves to be analyzed. Getting to know the geometry of a cut gives one the discerning eye they need to make sound judgement calls in choosing a particular stone.

The geometry of a pear-shaped diamond can be broken down into five parts, namely, head, shoulder, belly, wing and point. It is the outline of the stone that gives the pear cut its signature shape. While some pear-shaped diamonds are more rounded and plumper, others are skinny and slender. Whatever the silhouette is, the rounded shoulders and wings are its hallmarks. When picking a stone for a pear-shaped diamond ring, go for the one that has well rounded shoulders and attractively arched wings. However, if you are in search of a narrow silhouette go for the flat wings because that’s what achieves the elongated and slender look as opposed to fuller silhouettes that create the short and stubby look.

Similar to their round cut brilliant counterparts, pears are faceted to deliver the maximum brilliance and scintillation.

Symmetry Is a Must for a Pear-Shaped Diamond Ring

Whether you are planning to build a pear-shaped diamond ring or putting it a pendant, symmetry should be a constant for a pear cut diamond. It plays a big role in the overall looks of the stone. Especially for fancy shaped diamonds like the pear, Marquise, oval and heart, symmetry is key to the beauty. But how do you measure the symmetry of a stone? In your mind, draw a straight vertical line through the center of the stone. Do the two halves look mirror images of one another or are there any subtle differences that meet the eye. The two halves should look one and the same for that alone guarantees a flawless symmetry.

A Setting that Enhances and Guards

For diamonds of any shape, you want a setting that enhances its beauty but also protects it from accidental knocks and bumps. Especially for a delicate cut like pear, you want a pear-shaped diamond ring setting that does both. You have two options that come on top, a bezel and a V-prong.

The Ideal Numbers

The ideal length to breadth ratio for a pear-shaped diamond ring lies between 1.50 and 1.75. Anywhere in this range you can find the proportionate stone.

Pointy Side Up or Down?

The traditional way is to wear the pointy end down, but you are at liberty to choose your style. On a finger, the upward pointed pear shaped diamond ring achieves a slender look. Alternately, you can also put it on a horizontal setting for a striking look.

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