Emerald Cut Engagement Rings from Luxury Brand Jewellery are Modern

The emerald cut diamond is one of the most popular choices for engagement rings since it is both beautiful and classical. Emerald-cut diamond engagement rings have been around for a while, but their popularity has skyrocketed recently. So, you're not the only one if you're considering an emerald-cut diamond for your engagement ring.


Emerald cut diamond engagement ring


Celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Amal Clooney, Demi Lovato, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicola Peltz, have recently been wearing these fancy diamonds.

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As the emerald cut's unique design enhances the stone's sparkle, it is famous for its spectacular and iconic features. So whether you've already decided on an emerald-cut engagement ring or can't identify an emerald from an Asscher, there is much more to learn than just the "four Cs."

What is a Diamond with an Emerald Cut?

Diamonds with an emerald cut are everlasting in their beauty and design, yet they stand out from all the rest. They have an extended rectangular shape with cut corners, "stepped" cuts, or carved facets positioned next to one another. 

Diamonds with an emerald cut reflect iconic glimmers, while step-cut diamonds look like little staircases. In contrast to the usual twinkling of other diamonds, the emerald cut produces a mirror-like striking and dramatic brilliance. 

Therefore, emerald-cut engagement rings exude iconic and subtle allure. However, everyone adores emerald-cut diamond rings because of their stunning visual effect, which gives the illusion of longer and elegant fingers.

The Origin of the Emerald Cut Diamonds

It's no surprise that emeralds and other colourful gems and stones were the first to originate from the emerald cut. Jewel trimmers began cutting away the stones' spherical surfaces in the 1400s to reveal a flat surface they referred to as a table. As time went on, cutters noticed that removing all four corners reduced stress on the stones and minimised cracks and breaks. However, the jewel trimmers continued the experiments as the perfectly flat surface of table-cut stones didn't reflect light or shine.


Emerald cut diamond engagement ring


Soon enough, they refined a culet, a sharp facet at the stones' bases, to increase the reflection of light. However, because of the emerald cut's broad table, stepped elements, and deeper cut, the stone's colour appears more saturated to the viewer. Further, gem trimmers gave diamonds eight more facets to make brighter stones. Eventually, gem trimmers developed the modern step-cut diamond.

However, the word "emerald cut" did not appear until the Art Deco era in the 1920s. Art Deco valued artistic expression above everything else. Therefore, its aesthetic was characterised by streamlined, symmetrical silhouettes and geometric embellishments. For this reason, emerald-cut diamonds and emerald-cut engagement rings quickly became the standard jewellery of the Art Deco style. Even though jewellery fashions come and go, emerald-cut diamond rings have been a popular choice for most of the past century.

Finding the Right Emerald Cut Diamond

Regardless of the type of engagement ring you're looking for, you must find one of high quality. Nonetheless, the diamond's clarity and cut are of utmost importance regarding emerald-cut engagement rings. Emerald-cut diamonds are not ideal for hiding flaws because of their big, flat table surface and prolonged step cuts.


select an Emerald cut diamond engagement ring


To guarantee that your emerald-cut diamond ring is flawless, Luxury Brand Jewellery suggest a clarity grade of VS1 or better. It is also crucial to acquire a perfectly shaped and precisely cut emerald-cut diamond, also known as a "fine make." 

For maximum visual appeal, a diamond should have smooth facets and an appropriate depth that is neither too shallow nor too deep. Emerald cut diamonds between 1.25 and 1.55 carats are ideal for showcasing the stone's clarity and elegant facets.

Trendy Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Rings

Have you ever wondered, "Are emerald cut engagement rings common?" Then the answer is, "Yes, without a doubt!" Although it may sound cheesy, an emerald-cut engagement ring is a safe bet. Since emerald-cut diamonds are so adaptable, selecting a ring setting that complements the wearer's style and personality is not hard. Are you trying to sell that emerald-cut diamond ring you have? Get the best price right here!The possibilities for designing a unique emerald-cut engagement ring are practically endless, but specific patterns stand out as the most popular.

Trapezoid-Cut Emerald Engagement Ring Setting

Beautiful emerald-cut solitaire engagement rings are even more eye-catching when framed by trapezoid-shaped diamonds on either side. Recently-engaged Demi Lovato also chose this exquisite design for her engagement ring.

trapped Emerald cut diamond engagement ring


This ring's centre stone, an emerald cut, is available in carat weights ranging from one to ten. This ring typically features around 0.75 carats worth of trapezoid-shaped diamonds. In addition to 950 Platinum, you can customise the ring's band from 14K, 18K, or 19K gold.

Three Stone Tapered Baguette Emerald Cut Diamond Ring Setting

Possibly the most recognisable celebrity ring of all time, Grace Kelly's emerald cut engagement ring inspired this timeless and beautiful piece. In 2019, Alex Rodriguez also proposed to Jennifer Lopez with this style of ring. The tapered baguette diamonds play up the look of the larger centre stone, making this a popular choice.


3 stone Emerald cut diamond engagement ring


This ring's versatility makes it ideal for setting various-sized diamonds. The total carat weight of the ring's tapered baguettes is about 0.45ct. In addition, you can get the band in 14K, 18K, or Platinum 950.

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French Cut Basket Setting Diamonds 3/4 Down

The emerald-cut diamond perfectly fits this delicate ring and basket setting covered in sparkling diamonds. Its hidden halo of French Cut Pave stones and open basket design give the centre stone all the attention it deserves.

French cut Emerald cut diamond engagement ring

This ring is 1.5mm wide and is set with pave diamonds along three-quarters of its circumference. Diamonds of any size and shape will look beautiful in this setting. Furthermore, you can customise the bands in 14K, 18K, and 19K gold and Platinum 950.

An emerald cut diamond in traditional or nontraditional settings makes a beautiful engagement ring. Luxury Brand Jewellery is the perfect place to buy or sell an engagement ring with confidence. Buying from Luxury Brand Jewellery assures you that the product is tailored just to your needs. After carefully selecting accent diamonds to go with your centre stone, our jewellers will hand-cut their settings to ensure the perfect angle for your diamond.

In addition, you can get the most money for your jewellery when you sell it to Luxury Brand Jewellery instead of other retailers where it would be undervalued.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are emerald cut diamonds more expensive?

An emerald-cut diamond often costs more than other diamonds of the same carat weight since it needs to seem white and eye-clean.

Is emerald ok for an engagement ring?

Emeralds are one of the stones that may be used in various settings and still appear lovely. Because of their striking colour, emeralds can be used in traditional and modern engagement rings.

How much is an emerald cut ring?

The price of an emerald-cut ring can vary from AU$ 1,628 to AU$ 9,571. The carat weight of the diamond and the type of metal used in the ring's construction are two factors to consider when determining the final price.

What does an emerald cut engagement ring mean?

The emerald cut has squared-off ends and a stepped rectangular form. The open construction of this cut represents clarity of thought and an unrestricted view. Wearers of these products give off an impression of assurance and regard for themselves. They are firmly aware of who they are and what they want.