Asscher cut diamonds are loved for their glacier-level clarity and concentric square pattern. Have you ever seen a diamond quite like this?
Their sparkle, however, is closer to that of a classic round brilliant cut diamond. Welcome to the best of both cuts!
Asscher cut diamonds’ square table and cropped corners form a shining, stand-out octagon shape.
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!).
Elizabeth Taylor and Pippa Middleton (a.k.a. grace and style personified) both chose asscher cut engagement ring center stones.
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.
Asscher cut diamond rings are a vintage, unique, and elegant choice.
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).
Look for a clarity level as close to flawless as possible.
Clearly in love with this shape? Create your Asscher Cut Diamond Engagement Ring.
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