‘Emerald Cut Diamond’ Category

Classic vs. Vintage Emerald Cut Engagement Rings

Posted on June 15th, 2016

At Mark Broumand, explore a wide selection of beautiful diamond emerald cut engagement rings. From a simple, elegant emerald cut diamond, to a sparking setting with two emerald cut side stones, with or without a halo, we provide the highest quality of jewels.

Rectangular Emerald Cut Ring, 4.48 carat

This exquisite wedding ring displays a popular, traditional platinum setting, with a rectangular emerald-cut diamond set atop a single band. The combination of platinum and other, beautifully translucent elements make for an eye-catching display, which is at once both simple and elegant. The shape is instantly recognizable as to what the ring signifies; it is as tasteful as it is stylish, evoking both vintage appeal and modern artistic references. This ring is certain to open eyes, and to inspire a sparkling smile in that one special someone.

Classic Emerald Cut Engagement Ring, 2.15 carat

This classic ring features a setting and single band studded with small, round-cut diamonds, set so as to capture and refract the sunlight, giving it a beautiful sparkle from every angle. The center stone on this wedding ring is perfectly cut to an impressive size relative to the fine, delicate work present throughout the rest of this classy, finely-worked engagement band. Soft colors and platinum chasing contribute to a lovely and glorious appearance, one that is absolutely befitting such notions as a traditional wedding ceremony, a white bridal gown, and a union that is meant to last for a lifetime. With this ring, an otherwise inexpressible potential is caught up into a glittering sparkle which is almost too perfect to describe; fortunately, no words will be needed to explain it, to anybody who sees it on her finger.

Vintage Engagement Ring, 1.9 carat

Vintage styles and traditional settings remain a popular aspect of today’s wedding rings, and are often combined with modern elements to create wonderful, beautifully detailed pieces of artistic elegance. This bold wedding band of warm, rose-tinted gold is set with the same, then bedazzled with the ornamentation of round-cut diamonds set to as to capture and refract the surrounding lighting every time she puts it on display. The center stone is nestled into a warm golden setting, the crown amidst the surrounding jewels, creating a unique and stylish ring that will leave anybody who sees it fondly reminiscing as to their own special day.

This exquisite wedding ring displays a popular, traditional platinum setting, with a rectangular emerald-cut diamond set atop a single band. The combination of platinum and other, beautifully translucent elements make for an eye-catching display, which is at once both simple and elegant. The shape is instantly recognizable as to what the ring signifies; it is as tasteful as it is stylish, evoking both vintage appeal and modern artistic references. This ring is certain to open eyes, and to inspire a sparkling smile in that one special someone.

Celebrity Engagement Ring Ideas For You

Posted on December 28th, 2015

Give your beloved the celebrity treatment when proposing by presenting her with a beautiful engagement ring fit for the stars. Take your inspiration right from the celebrities themselves by incorporating the latest celebrity engagement ring trends into the ring you choose for your fiancé.

Yellow Diamonds

Yellow diamond engagement rings are an intense and vibrant option with the larger and more vivid in color the stone is, the more rare and valuable it is. This look was made popular by many Celebrities like the gorgeous eight-carat radiant cut fancy yellow diamond ring gracing Olivia Palermo’s left finger. This style is truly striking as it is flanked between two sparkling trapezoid shaped white diamonds. Yellow diamonds are also a great option because they are incredibly bright, cheery and stunning when they catch the light. The popularity of yellow diamonds has been steadily growing the past few decades and could possibly be the right choice for you.4076-1D2200242_814_190_PLAT 4076-3

Halo Settings

Although a halo setting finds its origins in the Georgian and Victorian eras, it still remains one of the most popular and current styles to date. This setting is a timelessly classic way to showcase a sparkling center stone, as it will flatter your diamond perfectly. The smaller gems in the halo are stunning in their own right, but they also make the center stone stand out for all the right reasons, especially when the color of the halo stones or their setting provides contrast. Halo settings are also quite popular now with the in-crowd, like Natalie Portman’s conflict-free old mine cut double halo diamond ring made in an exquisite recycled platinum setting. This ring is truly glamorous as the double halo makes the four-carat center-stone appear larger than in is in actuality.3804-1D85179_142_115_18k 3804-2

Emerald Cuts

An emerald cut diamond engagement ring is an enchanting way to express your love. The clean step-cut lines and standard 49 facets create a wonderful sense of depth that absolutely captivates. An emerald cut stone is truly mesmerizing, which may be why it is worn by megastars such as Beyoncé whose astonishing 18-carat emerald-cut diamond ring set in a split shank remains one of the most popular engagement designs.

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Round Cuts

Because there are 57 or more facets, nothing seems more sparkling and everlasting than the elegance of round brilliant cut diamonds which had its most modern cut version you see today perfected in the 20th century. These gems reflect light magnificently and look breathtaking when set in a classic solitaire. Although these diamonds could never be unpopular, they have recently been boosted by celebrity wearers like Keira Knightly who sports a round brilliant cut solitaire diamond engagement ring in a platinum setting that can truly transcend time.3386-1D3297257_545 3386-2

Our Most Popular Diamond Cuts for the Modern Bride

Posted on November 20th, 2015

We know how important it is for today’s brides to have engagement rings that reflect their personal tastes and styles. Of course, the diamond is what sets each ring apart as unique. Whether you or your fiancé is choosing the ring, start with this helpful guide to some of the most popular contemporary diamond cuts.

The Timeless Option

The brilliant round cut diamond features the first modern diamond cut, although it mimics some older European cuts. First designed in 1919, today’s round cut design continues to be perfected. Its numerous facets and angles create unsurpassed brilliance in catching and reflecting light. You may prefer it because it works well in virtually all ring settings.2715-6

The Newer Rival

Some contemporary brides prefer the more subdued brilliance of the symmetrical princess cut diamond, first designed in the 1960s. This diamond is typically a perfect square but can occasionally be a rectangle and is perfect in settings that protect its pointed edges. Princess cut diamonds also reflect light superbly.3479-5

Other Popular Contenders

While round and princess cut diamonds dominate the top spots on the modern bride’s wish list, you may be interested in some of the other, more luxurious options. The emerald cut diamond is loved for its simplicity and hall-of-mirrors effect. With a large table, it is the perfect choice for extremely clear diamonds.3577-5

Another choice for the sophisticated bride is the cushion cut diamond. Resembling a square, this diamond has rounded corners, which soften its effect. Most of these diamonds have numerous facets and reflect the light with a crushed ice look. Although this cut was most popular in the early 1900s, it has gone through a revival with an increasingly modern look.3287-5

As you shop for the perfect diamond engagement ring, you’ll have numerous choices available. However, the choice of diamond cut is one of the most personal of all and should be made with much thought. Our wide selection of all the most popular modern and retro cuts will give you just the look you have always craved.

Turn Heads with Vintage-inspired Engagement Rings

Posted on November 14th, 2015

There is something about a vintage-inspired engagement ring that just seems to catch the eye and turn heads. Because your engagement ring is something you’ll wear for the rest of your life, it’s important that you give some thought to your own personal style and which type of vintage-inspired ring will work best for you or your partner.

Princess Cut Rings

Princess cut rings are a great example of jewelry pieces that combine elements of modern and traditional styles. Slightly square with rounded edges, these rings catch the light in a way that other cuts cannot. As the designs fluctuate so much, we recommend that you try a few out and see which ones appeal most to you before making your final decision. We have princess cut rings with brilliant clarity and up to four or more carats.3.61ct Princess Cut Diamond Engagement Ring | Mark Broumand

Emerald Cut Rings

If you’re a fan of classic Hollywood films, you might appreciate the look of emerald cut rings. We take your favorite diamonds, cut the stones in the same way we would emeralds and polish the edges for a fantastic shine. Adding extra diamonds and wrapping those stones with a white gold band creates the type of ring that Hollywood royalty like Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor once wore.5.37ct Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Ring | Mark Broumand

Antique Cut Rings

Couples who enjoy the look and elegance of classic jewelry will love the style of antique cut rings. These rings look very similar to the ones produced by major designers in the 1940s and earlier, but the rings have all the modern brilliance and shine that shoppers come to expect from us. Some of the antique cut diamonds we carry include European round cut diamonds, antique cushion brilliants, which are also known as old mine brilliants. These look amazing in modern rings crafted with a vintage feel.

2.20ct Antique Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring | Mark Broumand

For something that has a classy yet slightly different appearance, take a look at our colored diamonds. Whether you select a ring with a classic clear diamond in its center or a ring with a yellow, brown or even pink diamond, you will be investing in something spectacular that both you and your future spouse will love showing off to others.

Will She Love It? Going Beyond the Three C’s

Posted on November 12th, 2015

While an understanding of diamond cut, clarity, color and weight are important when shopping for an engagement ring, don’t get so caught up in them that you forget to match your special partner’s personal taste and style. At Mark Broumand, we’re fond of every piece of jewelry we create, but your fiancée may have more specific tastes. Here are some tips for making sure she loves her engagement ring as much as she loves you.

Watch What She Wears

Pay attention to the jewelry your girlfriend wears to get an idea of what type of ring she might like. Some women prefer to drape themselves in yellow gold while others prefer white gold or platinum. Remember that you need not look only at her rings for suggestions. Earrings, necklaces and bracelets can all give you an idea of what type of jewelry she prefers. Observe the color of her gemstones as well. Fancy diamonds are available in a myriad of colors, so consider getting her a diamond in her favorite hue.1.87ct Fancy Yellow Brown Cushion Cut Diamond Engagement Ring

Gather Accomplices

Your intended’s best friend knows what she wants. The two of them have been discussing it since they went to grade school together. Swear your accomplices to secrecy if you’re going for a surprise, but ask them what she likes. Her friends and family will know which rings fit her style and which cut she prefers. The final decision is, of course, yours, but having a few helping hands can be quite beneficial.3792-5

Consider Her Activities

When your girlfriend sees the stunning diamond you have chosen for her, she won’t want to take it off again once she puts it on. Make sure she doesn’t have to by choosing a ring that fits her lifestyle. Women who work with small children or place their hands in tight places may want a ring that sits close to their finger rather than standing too tall above it. This stunning emerald cut ring, for example, has a much lower profile than this beautiful cushion cut piece. Each ring is extraordinary, but a woman who works in an office may have an easier time wearing the cushion cut piece than someone who works more with her hands.3658-5

Ask Her

Although this may take away the element of surprise, the simplest and most effective way to know which ring your new fiancée wants is to ask her. Even if you talk to her and shop with her, you can still keep the final ring you choose a surprise. Simply ask her what she likes or go ring browsing with her. Then, you can buy the one she loves or surprise her with one that has the same features.

The Enduring Simplicity of the Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring

Posted on June 15th, 2015

The sophistication and elegance of the diamond solitaire engagement ring is still the most popular setting chosen in the U.S. today.  The Mark Broumand collection of signature solitaire engagement rings offers you many options when you choose this classic setting that focuses on the natural beauty of a diamond.

2.00ct Round Brilliant Cut Diamond Solitaire

2.00ct Round Brilliant Cut Diamond SolitaireThe simplicity and elegance of this 2ct solitaire features a round brilliant cut diamond, certified by one of the leading diamond grading authorities, GIA at F in color and SI1 in clarity. Not only is it colorless and eye clean, but also possesses an excellent cut grade, which further enhances the fire and brilliance for which the round cut is renowned.

1.55ct Cushion Cut Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring

1.55ct Cushion Cut Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring | Mark BroumandThe cushion cut diamond solitaire is a timeless classic; it is not only a rare find, but also an outstanding value. This stone is EGL certified, one of the leaders in diamond grading at H-I in color and SI1 in clarity. It faces up white, eye clean and the magnificent cut highlights this diamond’s crisp and clean facets.

1.37ct Marquise Cut Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring

1.37ct Marquise Cut Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring | Mark BroumandThis simple and beautiful marquise cut diamond solitaire engagement ring is another rare find. The 1.37ct marquise cut diamond is EGL certified at I-J SI2. It faces up white with a beautiful cut that makes the perfectly symmetrical diamond sparkle from every angle.

1.01ct Princess Cut Diamond Solitaire

1.01ct Princess Cut Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring | Mark BroumandSecond in popularity only to the round brilliant cut diamond, this beautiful princess cut diamond solitaire engagement ring offers you all of this brilliance and fire for an amazing value. This setting features a 1.01ct princess cut center diamond, EGL certified at G-H in color and SI2 in clarity.

 2.60ct Emerald Cut Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring

2.60ct Emerald Cut Diamond Solitaire | Mark BroumandThe elegant 2.60ct emerald cut diamond featured is GIA certified at L-VVS2. The over two-and-a-half carat center stone is nearly flawless and possesses an incredible cut that accentuates the clarity and bright, white color. The emerald cut, in addition to the stone found in the bold and regal Asscher cut engagement ring, is a cut that highlights the clarity and luminescence of a diamond.

Though all of diamond solitaire engagement rings are displayed as existing rings, all of these gorgeous diamonds could easily be set in a custom design setting of your choice.  It is also possible to add an enhancer, band or any other fine jewelry piece to create a full wedding set.

The Beautiful Clarity of an Emerald Cut Engagement Ring

Posted on April 13th, 2015

The emerald cut engagement ring is an artful masterpiece of symmetry, luminescence and clarity.  The rectangular stone will have angled corners and step-cuts on the underside of the stone (pavilion).  These facets accentuate the bright beauty inherent in a natural diamond.  Reaching its apex of popularity during the Art Deco period, it is still admired today as a unique emblem of the era.

5.49ct Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Ring

5.49ct Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Ring | Mark BroumandThis incredible three-stone engagement ring showcases a breathtaking 3.29ct emerald cut diamond in the center. It is GIA certified at G-VS1; it has a perfect white color and amazing clarity.  The cut is so outstanding that the diamond visually looks to be at least four carats in size.  Two additional emerald cuts flank the center, adding even more luster to this incredible piece.  The center basket features two gorgeous channel set carré cut diamonds surrounded by pavé set round brilliants.  The shank is pavé set with round brilliants on all three sides. Milgrain details accent this amazing piece throughout.

 

2.60ct Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Solitaire Engagement Ring

2.60ct Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Solitaire Engagement Ring | Mark BroumandThe elegant 2.60ct emerald cut diamond featured in this elegant and sophisticated solitaire engagement ring is GIA certified at L in color and VVS2 in clarity. The over two-and-a-half carat center stone has a beautiful white color and is nearly flawless in clarity.  The stone is secured by four delicately rounded prongs, adding additional brightness to this dazzling ring.  It is showcased here in a 14k white gold shank, but can be switched out for a custom design setting of your choice.

 

3.26ct Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Ring

3.26ct Emerald Cut Diamond Engagement Ring | Mark BroumandThe elegant 2.01ct emerald cut center diamond in this elegant ring with side stones is GIA certified at E in color and with VS1 in clarity. It is exceptionally white, perfectly clear and the cut is phenomenal. The shank is comprised of a a row of square step cut diamonds channel set in high polish platinum. The prongs protect and accent the angled corners of this diamond perfectly.  The center basket on this gorgeous ring is also studded with round diamonds in a pavé setting, sparkling from every angle.

Your emerald cut engagement ring will turn heads with its classic style that makes a sophisticated and bold statement, perfect in a halo setting, as a solitaire or in a three-stone ring design.

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