At H&A International Jewelry, we want you to be completely satisfied with your diamond. And since diamonds come in many shapes and sizes, and all unique, we want your diamond to reflect your personal taste. Each with its own characteristics, deciding on the right diamond can sometimes be a difficult decision. With so much to consider, please take your time and browse through the different diamond shapes that H&A has to offer in the Atlanta and Oklahoma City areas.
This is similar to the emerald cut in that the facets are step-cut around the edges with a clear center table. However, this stone will be much closer to square.
Also known as “pillow-cut,” this cut also ranges from square to rectangular, but with rounded corners.
The emerald cut is similar to the cut you’ll see on green emeralds—rectangular with step-cut facets around the edges, an overall rectangular shape, and a large open table.
Brilliant cut—this is a unique symbol of love.
A marquise has rounded sides with a point at each end.
As you’d expect, this is an oval-shaped diamond, but with brilliance similar to a round diamond.
A pear or “tear drop” diamond has a rounded end with a single point.
The most popular non-round diamond, it’s a square to slightly rectangular shape with pointed corners. It’s also known as square modified brilliant.
GIA calls this a cut-cornered, rectangular/square/modified brilliant.
Typically with 57 facets, round remains the most popular shape today.
There are other shapes, which are usually used as side or accent diamonds, such as trillion, shield, and straight and tapered baguettes, just to name a few.