Asscher cut diamonds are loved for their glacier-level clarity and concentric square pattern. Have you ever seen a diamond quite like this?
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Why Asscher Cut Diamonds?
Channel-Set Engagement Ring
Their sparkle, however, is closer to that of a classic round brilliant cut diamond. Welcome to the best of both cuts!
Trillion Ruby Engagement Ring
Asscher cut diamonds’ square table and cropped corners form a shining, stand-out octagon shape.
Comfort Solitaire Engagement Ring
The symmetrical lines inside this step cut diamond create what is called a “hall of mirrors effect” (makes sense – we can’t help but get lost in this stunner!).
Who Rocks Asscher Cut Engagement Rings?
Elizabeth Taylor and Pippa Middleton (a.k.a. grace and style personified) both chose asscher cut engagement ring center stones.
1920s-Now: Timeless Art Deco Diamonds
Octagon Halo Engagement Ring
Named after its early-20th century creator Joseph Asscher, this diamond shape was also the go-to choice for jewelry in the art deco era.
Vintage Bezel Pavé Engagement Ring
Asscher cut diamond rings are a vintage, unique, and elegant choice.
What to Know About Asscher Cut Diamonds
The extraordinary clarity of asscher cut diamonds makes everything inside the stone easier to see, so it’s best to choose a diamond with fewer inclusions (marks inside the diamond).
Art Deco Geometric Engagement Ring
Look for a clarity level as close to flawless as possible.
Triple Diamond Engagement Ring
Clearly in love with this shape? Create your Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring.
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