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Grown Brilliance Asscher Cut Diamonds

Asscher Cut Diamonds

Known for its large step facets and square shape, asscher diamonds offer an understated yet mesmerizing shine as opposed to an all-over sparkle. The asscher shape can be considered a condensed or square version of the emerald cut. Both shapes produce an enchanting hall-of-mirrors effect thanks to their deep cut facets. This hypnotic diamond shape exudes vintage-inspired sophistication. It was first introduced in 1902 by the Asscher brothers of Holland, but reached peak popularity during the art deco era in the 1920s. Brides seeking an engagement ring that emulates old school glamor will love asscher cut diamonds.

Grown Brilliance Asscher Cut Diamonds

Treat your love to a one-of-a-kind shimmer with our selection of asscher cut diamond engagement rings and loose stones. We can’t wait to help you discover your dream ring among our asscher collection! Whether you want to let the magnificent sheen and clean lines take center stage with a solitaire or combine different types of sparkle with a halo or side stone design, we have the perfect asscher diamond engagement ring for you.

Our asscher diamonds are designed to make you look and feel beautiful. Each diamond is lab grown, ensuring that the stone is 100% ethically sourced, conflict free, and environmentally-friendly. Discover luxury that you can be proud of with lab grown diamonds.

Asscher Cut Diamonds - The 4 Cs

Asscher Cut Diamonds - The 4 C’s

Understanding the 4 C’s is vital when it comes to diamond shopping. These four characteristics are the universal standard for determining the quality of a diamond, and will help you find your perfect stone.

Cut - The cut of a diamond is more than just its shape. When it comes to the 4 C’s, the cut refers to how well the stone interacts with light, and therefore how bright it sparkles. All diamonds are graded based on their cut. For optimal brilliance, look for diamonds with good, very good, excellent, or ideal cut grades. The ideal cut ratio for a Asscher diamond should have a length-to-width ratio of 1.03 or lower.

Color - This characteristic doesn’t refer to a diamond’s hue, but it’s lack of one. Traditionally, the most treasured diamonds are completely white or colorless. The diamond color scale begins at D and ends at Z, with grades D-F being colorless, grades G-J being near colorless, and grades K-Z gradually becoming more yellow.

Clarity - No diamond is completely flawless, but you can judge how close it is to perfection with a clarity grade. This characteristic details the amount of inclusions and blemishes a stone has. Clarity is graded on a scale from VVS1 to SI2, with the former having the least amount of flaws, and the latter having the most amount of flaws.

Carat - Not to be confused with karats (a measure for gold purity), a carat refers to the weight of a diamond. One carat is equal to 0.2 grams. Of all the 4 C’s, the carat has the biggest impact on the diamond’s value. It’s important to note that carats aren’t a perfect representation of diamond size. Many shapes, such as oval and marquise, create the illusion of looking bigger than they actually are. You can easily get an impressive diamond on a budget by simply choosing the right shape!

What To Know When Shopping For Asscher Cut Diamonds

This beautiful shape comes with a captivating appearance, but there are certain things you should keep in mind when choosing an asscher diamond. The stone’s top surface, or table, is flat and therefore provides an unobstructed view into the center of the diamond. This means that any inclusions will be obvious. Prioritize a high clarity grade when choosing asscher diamonds. Color is another important characteristic with this shape, since step facets accentuate any variations. Pay close attention to the color grade if you want a diamond with a pure white appearance.