Rings with fancy-shaped diamonds
Diamond Engagement Rings Sydney
Explore the various shapes and cuts for our diamond engagement rings in Sydney. Emerald, pear, princess, oval and cushion cuts! Select your style!
Fancy-shaped diamonds are really fun. Even Meghan Markle thinks so! The centre stone of the Duchess of Sussex’s engagement ring is a simple, elegant cushion-cut diamond, Angelia Jolie, Kate Hudson, Beyoncé, Kate Beckinsale, Mariah Carey and Kristin Bell all have emerald-cut diamonds and Avril Lavigne has a 14-carat pear-shape engagement ring.
Hollywood celebrities have been saying yes to fancy shape diamond engagement rings in emerald, pear, princess, oval and cushion cuts
Actually, pear-shaped diamonds appear to top the list of the new look, with emerald cuts following close behind. Or what about the oval cut, does that hold greater appeal for you? Whatever your preference, the choice is out there and you can find your ideal cut with the help of a reputable, experienced jeweller should you decide to abandon the old for the new diamond shapes awaiting your selection.
They say that every fancy shape diamond ring reflects the individuality of the woman who wears it
Fashions change, and so do diamond shapes when it comes to an engagement ring. Gone is the time-honoured tradition of a round solitaire diamond set in a plain white gold band: now brides are offered diamonds in all shapes and sizes, so there is a whole new world out there waiting to be explored!
Your setting should be romantic, vibrant and sophisticated
Settings have also changed with the times and the new shapes stimulate a number of innovations. For example, a pear-shaped diamond sits well in a chevron-shaped band and has a modern, fresh look. Or a twisted vine setting, a strand of pave diamonds with a ribbon of gold? An emerald-cut diamond is always elegant when traditionally set with baguettes. Split-shank settings are gaining in popularity, particularly when accenting a marquise diamond.
Have you ever wished for a personal jewellery concierge?
Whether you add stones to highlight the centre stone or keep it stark, simple and minimalist — the choice is yours, but it is best to consult a specialist, someone like Karen Lindley, who has been in the jewellery trade for more than 30 years and has helped a great number of people design their rings. Karen’s love and knowledge of diamonds are reflected in the name of her business: Diamonds By Design: and she is always happy to assist you to choose or design your ideal ring. Call Karen on (612) 9232 1611 or contact her here. Enjoy the experience!