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Grown Brilliance Pear Shaped Diamonds

Pear Shaped Diamonds

Also known as teardrop diamonds, this striking shape contrasts soft curves and sharp edges with one rounded end and one pointed end. Pear shaped diamonds can be considered hybrids of round and marquise shapes, but they’re distinctive enough to be famous on their own. Edgy yet elegant, pear-shaped diamonds are ideal for contemporary brides with a bold aesthetic.

Their elongated shape is flattering and advantageous. Not only do they create a long, slimming effect on the finger, they also tend to appear larger than they actually are. A pear diamond’s top surface is 8% bigger than a round diamond. Pear shaped diamonds are an excellent choice for versatility; they can be worn with the point facing the fingertip or the hand andthey can also be set in a chic east-west design.

Grown Brilliance Pear Shaped Diamonds

For a pear-shaped engagement ring as unique as your bride, you’ve come to the right place. We’re dedicated to helping you find your dream ring among our dozens of beautiful ready to order designs and loose pear-shaped diamonds. Let the diamond take center stage as a solitaire or add even more sparkle with a halo or side stones.

Our pear-shaped diamond engagement rings are the ideal combination of opulence and conscious living. By exclusively using lab grown diamonds, we’re able to provide you with dazzling stones that are 100% ethically sourced, conflict free, and environmentally friendly. With our pear-shaped diamonds, you can definitely have the best of both worlds.

Pear Shaped Diamonds - The 4 Cs

Pear Shaped 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. For this shape, the higher the grade the cut is, the more brilliant the stone will appear. Keep in mind that the cut shouldn’t be too shallow nor too deep, a well-proportioned cut reflects light flawlessly.Look for pear shaped diamonds with a length to width ratio of around 1.4 to 1.7. This will ensure the stone has attractive proportions.

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 Pear Shaped Diamonds

Pear shaped diamonds can come in a wide variety of silhouettes. They can be slim and narrow or have a wider base for a rounder look. Note that the slimmer the diamond is, the more of an elongating effect it will have on the finger.