Category - Princess Cut Engagement Rings

Princess Cut Engagement Rings

One of the more contemporary diamond options that continues to grow in popularity is the stunning princess cut diamond. These square cut diamonds are symmetrical perfection and offer a beautiful alternative to the traditional round shape. Princess Cut engagement rings first appeared in the 1960s but it wasn't until the 80s that the cut we see today was perfected, making it one of the most modern diamond options on the market. The beauty and brilliance of this stunning diamond has made it an opulent stone to give to your other half to represent your love and commitment to one another.
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Discover more about Marquise Cut Engagement Rings

Whilst traditionally the marquise cut is worn vertically in an engagement ring, some of our more modern settings feature the stone horizontally, which gives it a unique and sumptuous appearance.

Whilst traditionally the marquise cut is worn vertically in an engagement ring, some of our more modern settings feature the stone horizontally, which gives it a unique and sumptuous appearance.

Also known as the Navette cut, the Marquise cut is a symbol of royalty and opulence. Featuring quite heavily in the crown jewels of the United Kingdom, the elongated diamond is guaranteed to offer a unique and dazzling way of sparkle.

Due to the nature of the shape, the ratio between the length and the width dimensions is usually 1.8 to 2.0 to guarantee that full body with symmetrical points on either side.