Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Rings – for royalty

August 10, 2010

Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Rings – for royalty

The term “Emerald cut” comes from the original gemstones used in this type of setting. Emeralds were most often worn by royalty and this was the preferred type of setting, because it highlights the brilliance and beauty of the center stone. 

An Emerald Cut solitaire was the most popular engagement ring for many, many years. Starting in the 1990s, the popular choice began to sway from Emerald cuts to Princess cuts. Some of the concerns were that Emerald cuts were too pretentious, too “grandmother’s ring”. That’s because they were typically solitaires that only reflected the traits of the large center stone. Leave it to Vanna K to create an absolutely stunning Emerald Cut ring that may sway popular opinion back its way.

This ring reflects a lot of personality. The 1.5 carat center is surrounded by .55 carats of round diamonds that are micro-paved in the setting. Through the micro-pave technology, the supporting diamonds are able to create a softness to surround the center stone. The result is a very unique, romantic, engaging piece. While it has changed a lot since the 1400s, any woman who wears this Vanna K Emerald Cut diamond engagement ring will feel like royalty… today’s royalty. 

Find this piece (style : # 18R051811DCZ) and other beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces at Vanna K.