Shop by Diamond Shapes

  • PEAR
  • OVAL
  • 1. Shape

    Shape refers to the overall outline of the diamond when viewed from the top and that determines the price as well. The most expensive shape is the round diamond. That’s because they are best at reflecting light and shine maximum because of the number of facets they possess to refract light, hence the name brilliant cut. Although the choice of the shape mostly depends on your personal style, a princess, cushion or heart cut is what we would recommend if your diamond is bigger than 1 carat. As most of you may already possess a round brilliant cut diamond, experiment with a different shape.

    2. Diamond Grading

    • Say Hello to Halo! It makes the centre stone look bigger and works as a protective shield as well Go fancy with cushion and emerald cuts.
    • They’re usually priced lower and make eyes pop, too!
    • Pick a diamond with an ‘excellent’ or ‘ideal’ cut and nothing less than that Although the round is the most expensive cut, it hides the imperfections and the yellowish colour in the best way. And most people recognise a round diamond, so go ahead and flaunt it

    3. Certifications

    The Certification is basically your diamond’s birth certificate. All our solitaire diamonds are meticulously analyzed and graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), Hoge Raadvoor Diamant (HRD) & the IGI, the most trusted (and known) labs in the world.

    How to Care for Your Diamond:

    • Once every week, clean your diamond jewellery in lukewarm soap water and rub it down gently with a baby tooth brush to remove the dirt and grime from the surface and ensure a long lasting shine. (You could try adding a pinch of baking soda to this soap solution,commonly available at home)
    • Have your jeweller check the prongs or clamps of your regular use pieces, once a year for the safety of your diamonds.
    • Remove your diamond jewellery when you go swimming or while doing household chores, so that the grime doesn’t make your jewellery look dull.
    • Protect your jewellery from deodorants, hair spray and perfumes, basically all kinds of chemicals.
    • Keep your jewellery in separate boxes to reduce the chances of scratches on the metal. Or you could use ziplocks to separate your pieces of jewellery.

    Leave a comment

    All comments are moderated before being published