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Although they were created in the 17th century, round cuts only became very popular in the last 100 years, and they have only continued to grow popular, becoming the most common diamond cut. No other cut provides more brilliance or sparkle than a round cut - it is also loved for its perfect circular shape. Because of the attention these cuts attract on their own, they are popularly set in the classic solitaire setting. This setting allows the most light to pass through to the gemstone, creating the perfect sparkle. Approximately 75% of all diamonds that are sold are round cut. They are the perfect blend of elegance and simplicity. Because of their ability to reflect more light than any other shape, they conceal any color tints in diamonds exceptionally well through their sparkle. Round cut diamonds can also be set with side stones or in halo designs, which uniquely elevate the center stone. Although gold is the most popular metal for ring bands, a colorless round cut diamond would also pair very well with a white gold or platinum band for extra reflection, these metals are also preferable for those who are not a fan of the slight yellow tint that a gold band gives a diamond.
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Yes, Round Shape Engagement Rings are the most popular choice due to their timeless appeal and maximum brilliance.
Round Shape diamonds are often more expensive than other shapes because they require more raw material to be cut away, resulting in higher costs.
While it’s technically possible, recutting a Round Shape diamond would result in a loss of carat weight and could reduce its brilliance.
Regular cleaning with mild soap and water is recommended, along with periodic inspections to ensure the setting is secure.
A genuine Round Shape will have a perfectly circular shape with 57 or 58 facets. Certification from a reputable gemological lab can confirm its authenticity.
A Round Shape Engagement Ring features a diamond or gemstone cut in a round shape, known for its brilliant faceting pattern and maximum sparkle.
Round Shape diamonds pair well with a variety of metals, including white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum.
Solitaire, halo, and three-stone settings are popular choices for Round Shape diamonds, as they allow the brilliance of the stone to stand out.
Round Shape engagement rings are widely available in almost all fine jewelry stores, both physical and online.
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