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PRINCESS CUT ENGAGEMENT RING

FIT FOR ROYALTY: A PRINCESS CUT

Sweet and feminine, a princess cut engagement ring lives up to its name, although some people know it as a square cut diamond. A classic square shape complete with proportional lines and sharp angles, princess cut engagement rings speak to the desires of the chic bride-to-be. Though princess cut diamonds only made their debut to the engagement ring scene in the sixties, they are already ranking as one of the most popular choices for the cut of a center stone. Just take one look at it’s brilliance and you can see why.

There are many reasons to adore this royally stylish cut. Best known for its square shape, the sharp edges of a princess cut diamond are bold and striking. The spread of corners make the stone appear 15% wider than a round diamond of the same carat weight. Additionally, on average, that princess cut would be relatively cheaper than the round. All of a sudden squares don’t seem so lame.

 

Due to its pyramid contour and many facets, princess cut diamonds disperse an optimal amount of light while also hiding flaws. The faceting reflects a chevron, cross-shaped pattern, known early as the “French” cut. Some princess cuts have many smaller facets that present a look like crushed ice and are generally less desired, while others have larger facets which catch a greater amount of light. Either way, the sharp angles and fire of a princess cut engagement ring packs a powerful punch.

Princess cut engagement rings stun in all sorts of settings but are supported best in a prong or bezel setting that complements the delicacy of your princess cut stone. Go classic with a princess cut solitaire engagement ring like The Sara or take it to the next level like the Wendi, by designing a princess cut halo engagement ring that shrouds your stone in shine. Or opt for a princess ring such as The Kate that bridges timelessness with a contemporary vibe. One wave with a princess cut ring on your finger, and you’ll have everyone bowing down. Book an appointment with Abby Sparks Jewelry to get started creating your custom princess cut engagement ring.

PRINCESS CUT ENGAGEMENT RING

FIT FOR ROYALTY: A PRINCESS CUT

Sweet and feminine, a princess cut engagement ring lives up to its name, although some people know it as a square cut diamond. A classic square shape complete with proportional lines and sharp angles, princess cut engagement rings speak to the desires of the chic bride-to-be. Though princess cut diamonds only made their debut to the engagement ring scene in the sixties, they are already ranking as one of the most popular choices for the cut of a center stone. Just take one look at it’s brilliance and you can see why.

There are many reasons to adore this royally stylish cut. Best known for its square shape, the sharp edges of a princess cut diamond are bold and striking. The spread of corners make the stone appear 15% wider than a round diamond of the same carat weight. Additionally, on average, that princess cut would be relatively cheaper than the round. All of a sudden squares don’t seem so lame.

Due to its pyramid contour and many facets, princess cut diamonds disperse an optimal amount of light while also hiding flaws. The faceting reflects a chevron, cross-shaped pattern, known early as the “French” cut. Some princess cuts have many smaller facets that present a look like crushed ice and are generally less desired, while others have larger facets which catch a greater amount of light. Either way, the sharp angles and fire of a princess cut engagement ring packs a powerful punch.

Princess cut engagement rings stun in all sorts of settings but are supported best in a prong or bezel setting that complements the delicacy of your princess cut stone. Go classic with a princess cut solitaire engagement ring like The Sara or take it to the next level like the Wendi, by designing a princess cut halo engagement ring that shrouds your stone in shine. Or opt for a princess ring such as The Kate that bridges timelessness with a contemporary vibe. One wave with a princess cut ring on your finger, and you’ll have everyone bowing down. Book an appointment with Abby Sparks Jewelry to get started creating your custom princess cut engagement ring.