Pear Diamonds at Shira Diamonds in Dallas, Texas : Learn About Pear Diamonds
Pear Diamonds in Dallas, Texas at Shira Diamonds in Dallas, Texas
The largest diamond wholesalers in Dallas, Texas with over 8000 loose diamonds!
Pear diamonds are unique to say the least. It looks like a delicate tear drop, a shape that is exquisite and
much in demand. This wonderful cut is the result of a bold combination of a traditional round cut with a
dazzling brilliance and a marquise that is similar to a perfect oval.
The beautiful pear cut diamond is immensely popular among celebrities because of their uniqueness.
They have been a hit as engagement rings throughout the world as well. The cut is rather uncommon in
spite of its popularity and you might find yourself to be the only one in possession of a lovely tear drop
diamond among your social set. The artful combination of two great cuts of diamonds makes the pear
cut irresistible as it imbibes the best qualities of each cut. While you are likely to be dazzled by its sheer
brilliance when all the 58 facets sparkle together (a trait of the round diamond), you are going to be
pleased to observe that the pear cut diamond makes your finger look much elongated than it actually is.
A pear diamond is most suitable when set in an engagement ring but they serve equally well as the
centerpiece of a traditional necklace or as a pair of simple yet elegant tear drop earrings.
It is not easy to recognize the best quality pear diamond though. Remember to consult a diamond
expert or look for the following, if you want to inspect the pear diamond on your own before handing
over the requisite amount.
- The value of a pear cut diamond diminishes when one side of the rounded edge slopes more than the other. A perfect pear diamond has an evenly matched rounded edge.
- The lowermost point of the tear drop should remain exactly in the center of the rounded edges thus creating a perfect symmetry.
- The brilliance of the traditional round diamond is mimicked exactly in a pear cut. It is best not to buy pear cuts with dark areas that do not reflect light although an occasional bow tie effect may be noticed in a pear diamond as well.
- The length to width ratio is all important in this particular cut as well. Choose a diamond that has an average width of 1 along with a length of 1.4-1.7.
While you are free to set your diamond anyway you want, diamond merchants and noted jewelers
advice having an angular prong in your ring to protect the delicate tip of the pear shaped stone. A plain
solitaire is great for showing off the unique cut of a pear diamond especially when it served as an
engagement ring. The six prongs help to protect the pear diamond admirably here. You are also
welcome to use smaller pear diamond accents.
You might also go in for a diamond bezel, if protecting your expensive diamond is your primary concern.
A bright, dazzling halo with a pear diamond as the center piece and several diamond accents should
serve you well, if you happen to like glamorous settings.