Marcel Tolkowsky forever changed the beauty of round cut diamond engagement rings for brides-to-be everywhere in 1919; this was the year that he first introduced the round brilliant cut diamond to the world. Centuries of development led to a large table (top, flat facet), a smaller culet (bottom facet) and elongated facets on the lower section of the stone. These changes were a result of Tolkowsky’s study of light behavior and mathematical calculations that would maximize the optical performance of the round brilliant’s predecessors.
Most round cut diamond rings will showcase a larger center stone in a solitaire, halo, accent stone or three-stone ring setting. Here are two rings presented by Mark Broumand to show you that a ring selected for such a special occasion can be just as unique as she is.
This captivating round cut diamond ring features brilliants set to perfection in an oval shape, surrounded by a double halo in a shared prong setting as well as a micropavé setting for an incredible design! The three tiered shank features round diamonds as well. This mesmerizing piece can be taken apart to form a pendant from the center portion of the ring. Great beauty, wonderfully ornate and a great deal of usability. A truly outstanding value!
This captivating round brilliant diamond ring features a gorgeous teardrop shaped setting in the center. There is a halo of round diamonds set in a micropavé setting around the center stone, extending down the shank and also set on either side. This magnificent piece gives you such an outstanding look and so much brilliance at a great value. Truly awe inspiring!
Browse Mark Broumand’s selection of round brilliant cut diamond engagement rings, in unique styles or traditional settings. These spectacular brilliants are so versatile and perfect as a halo engagement ring, three-stone ring or accented with side stones and of course, as a solitaire. If you have a perfect ring in mind, Mark Broumand can also custom design the perfect diamond engagement ring for you.