Your Asscher cut engagement ring will center around a bright and clear diamond with impressive clarity and vintage feel in a rare cut. It is a beautiful study of geometry and symmetry, clarity and light play. It is not simply a square emerald cut diamond or a princess cut with beveled corners; Asschers have a distinctive and unique facet pattern that must be followed to earn the name. If this lovely stone has caught your eye, here are a few other reasons to love it.
Asscher cut diamonds are designed to maximize the luster and clarity of a stone, as opposed to flaunting the fire or brilliance found in many cuts. While these stones are very bright, they play up a different characteristic than other cuts, such as the brilliance and fire of a round cut diamond engagement ring.
The Asscher hails from the early 20s, but the labyrinth of facets definitely sets this apart from what you would consider “your grandmother’s ring”. In line with the revolution of the Art Deco period, the Asscher is bold and blocky with very symmetrical geometry.
It requires a special rough stone with inherent clarity and a very skilled diamond cutter that can create the perfect facets needed for the Asscher cut. This means that a rough diamond will be a particular squared shape, should be very clear and nearly flawless to be considered for an Asscher cut. These specifics will mean that less Asschers will be created than other diamond cuts and will allow you to cherish a diamond that will not be worn by the masses.
Another way to make your Asscher cut diamond ring even more special? Let Mark Broumand assist you with the custom design of your engagement ring. If you want a bright and clear diamond with a vintage feel in a more rare cut, than the Asscher cut diamond engagement ring is an ideal option to consider.