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Pear Cut Engagement Rings

Pear Cut Engagement Rings

The pear shape diamond or as it is sometimes known, the “tear” is a unique hybrid diamond cut combining the brilliance and design style of both the Round Brilliant and the Marquise that results in a shape with a single point and rounded end. When set in an engagement ring you are given a display of different light reflection as you pass from the base of the stone to the tip.

Pear Cut Engagement Rings

Why Pear?

The ideal ratio for a Pear shape diamond would be 1.50-1.70 in order to maintain the beauty and balance of the stones facets that will give you a balanced symmetry when worn on the finger. The pear shape diamond has long been associated with royalty and nobility and the world’s largest diamond is a pear shape diamond that is a prominent feature in the Crown Jewels of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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The pear shape engagement ring is also known as the teardrop cut and is the perfect way to elongate the finger through its shape. Popular with celebrities, the most notable wearers include Katherine Heigl, Jessica Simpson and Victoria Beckham.

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Pear Cut Engagement Rings

Diamond Facet Structure

Originating in the 15th Century, the modern pear shape has 56 to 58 facets and the perfect pear is achieved with a ratio between 1.50 and 1.70. The shape of the diamond usually sees it set with 3 claws in an engagement ring setting.

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