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Pear Shape Engagement Rings

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The allure of our pear shape engagement rings comes from the natural beauty of this exceptionally cut diamond. Pear shape diamonds offer incredible value for money as their shape gives a bigger size per carat than other diamond shapes. Having originated nearly 500 years, the pear shape - or teardrop, as it is also known, is a symbol of decadence and devotion. When set in one of our engagement ring settings, the result is an encapsulation of splendour and diamond cutting craftsmanship.

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PD620W
A stunning Pear Shaped cluster diamond ring with shoulder stones in white gold
From: £1,326 to £8,669
PD751W
A stunning Pear Shaped cluster diamond ring with shoulder stones in white gold
From: £3,036 to £4,078
PD185W
A stunning pear shaped twist diamond ring in white gold
From: £752 to £3,796
PD399W
An elegant Pear Shaped solitaire diamond ring in white gold
From: £860 to £8,040
PD540W
A beautiful Pear shaped diamond ring with shoulder stones in white gold
From: £1,324 to £4,252
PD398W
An elegant Pear Shaped diamond ring with shoulder stones in white gold
From: £1,302 to £4,241
PD575W
A stunning Pear shaped diamond ring with shoulder stones in white gold
From: £2,075 to £2,933
PD584W
A breathtaking Pear shaped diamond ring with shoulder stones in white gold
From: £2,080 to £2,851
PDX889W
A stunning pear shape diamond halo cluster in white gold
Only: £13,414

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Discover more about Pear Shape Engagement Rings...

A pear shape is an ideal way to get size without paying for a larger weight. The pear shape nature of this diamond cut will elongate the fingers of the wearer, giving an added wow factor as the shape gives the illusion of being larger than it is.

Given the unique shape of the diamond, a pear shape can be worn both point up and point down. This is usually the personal preference of the wearer, as to whether they prefer to see the shape or show the shape

When looking for an emerald cut engagement ring it's important to consider the ratio of the diamond itself. As a rectangular shape you want to ensure the stone is not too long, as this will affect the light reflection/engagement-marquise-cut-ring.

The ideal ratio for emerald cut engagement rings would be between 1.35 and 1.50 - depending on personal preference. This will ensure the stone's structure is optimum for light refraction, but also a beautiful shape when set into a ring.