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PEAR SHAPED ENGAGEMENT RING 

YOUR PERFECT PEARING: THE PEAR CUT DIAMOND 

She’s something special, in fact, she’s quite out of the ordinary. She deserves to wear an engagement ring that reflects her unique splendor. For a stunning ring that stands out amongst all others, look no further than a pear cut diamond ring. Pear shaped engagement rings differ from the typical with a curved bottom that gracefully apex to a pointed tip. It takes a confident woman to wear this cut as they should be prepared to garner attention by the unexpected pear ring.

The standout pear is fashion forward and sophisticated. Brides-to-be are flocking to pear cut rings and we can recognize why: not only is a pear cut diamond a rare beauty, but it has a great ability to boast carat weight. Consisting of about 58 facets, the pear cut displays fine quality brilliance with minimal shadowing.

Also known as a teardrop engagement ring, the cut can come in a variety of shapes: shorter and wider or more narrow and elongated, but should nonetheless equate to a length to width ratio of about 1.55 – 1.75. A bold shape like a pear is suitable in an assortment of settings. Timeless as a solitaire, or full on glam as a pear halo engagement ring; no matter what you choose, it’s best to keep the stone locked in a prong or bezel enclosure, especially one that protects the delicate tip. We also suggest adding a band with a pavé or channel of stones to maximize the full shining power of the cut. Color is also an important aspect to keep in mind when selecting a pear cut. As its distinctive tip tends to be darker in the light, we advise going up a color grade in pear shaped diamond. But don’t worry, we’ll assist you with this process if you’re feeling uncertain.

One common question that often arises about pear cut engagement rings asks which way should the stone be worn: with the tip pointing to the palm of the hand or towards the fingers? The answer: it’s all up to your preferences. There’s no right or wrong way to wear a pear shaped engagement ring.

Pick a pear, any pear: bezel set like The Lauren custom engagement ring, enclosed in a diamond halo like The Erika, or sitting amongst yellow gold and vibrant garnets such as The Amye. Abby Sparks Jewelry knows how to work a pear cut to the highest of standards. See how we achieve just that with our portfolio below or book an appointment with us to get started creating your pear shaped engagement ring.

PEAR SHAPED ENGAGEMENT RING 

YOUR PERFECT PEARING: THE PEAR CUT DIAMOND 

She’s something special, in fact, she’s quite out of the ordinary. She deserves to wear an engagement ring that reflects her unique splendor. For a stunning ring that stands out amongst all others, look no further than a pear cut diamond ring. Pear shaped engagement rings differ from the typical with a curved bottom that gracefully apex to a pointed tip. It takes a confident woman to wear this cut as they should be prepared to garner attention by the unexpected pear ring.

The standout pear is fashion forward and sophisticated. Brides-to-be are flocking to pear cut rings and we can recognize why: not only is a pear cut diamond a rare beauty, but it has a great ability to boast carat weight. Consisting of about 58 facets, the pear cut displays fine quality brilliance with minimal shadowing.

Also known as a teardrop engagement ring, the cut can come in a variety of shapes: shorter and wider or more narrow and elongated, but should nonetheless equate to a length to width ratio of about 1.55 – 1.75. A bold shape like a pear is suitable in an assortment of settings. Timeless as a solitaire, or full on glam as a pear halo engagement ring; no matter what you choose, it’s best to keep the stone locked in a prong or bezel enclosure, especially one that protects the delicate tip. We also suggest adding a band with a pavé or channel of stones to maximize the full shining power of the cut. Color is also an important aspect to keep in mind when selecting a pear cut. As its distinctive tip tends to be darker in the light, we advise going up a color grade in pear shaped diamond. But don’t worry, we’ll assist you with this process if you’re feeling uncertain.

One common question that often arises about pear cut engagement rings asks which way should the stone be worn: with the tip pointing to the palm of the hand or towards the fingers? The answer: it’s all up to your preferences. There’s no right or wrong way to wear a pear shaped engagement ring.

Pick a pear, any pear: bezel set like The Lauren custom engagement ring, enclosed in a diamond halo like The Erika, or sitting amongst yellow gold and vibrant garnets such as The Amye. Abby Sparks Jewelry knows how to work a pear cut to the highest of standards. See how we achieve just that with our portfolio below or book an appointment with us to get started creating your pear shaped engagement ring.