Heart Cut Diamond Matching Pairs & Side Stones

Heart shape brillint cut match pair side stones diamonds

The Royal beginning of the Heart Cut Diamond

The first physical manifestation of the Heart Shaped Diamond Cut was in 1562. This innovative cut was presented as a gift to Queen Elizabeth by the Queen of Scots, Mary. The first time in history however in which the cut was actually captured was in a portrait known as the “Gonzaga Princess”, showcasing what appear to be earlier renditions of the heart shaped cut on left sleeve of the princess

Why the Heart Shaped Diamond Cut?

From a pure technical standpoint, the heart shaped diamond can be described quite simply as a pear cut diamond that had a slight notch removed from its top. And yet, it is a cut that requires work and sophistication, to truly bring out its best qualities such as its awe inspiring light performance.

Not all Heart Shaped Diamond Cuts are created equal

While there is no shortage of heart cut diamonds in the market, finding ones that are correctly cut isn’t as simple. The top arches of the piece must be impeccably symmetrical, and extreme caution must be used during its creation to avoid the dreaded bow tie effect.

Our Heart Shape Diamond Cuts

Our heart shaped diamond cuts aren’t just expertly cut, but are also matched upon order to be paired or used as side stones. We offer an extensive range of this valentines day favorite. Our pairs weigh 0.10 carats up to 2.5 carats total.

Colors range from D to I

Clarity range from IF to SI1

Our customers incorporate our Heart Shaped Cuts as pairs or side stones and we pair it with the exact color, clarity and cut to match. Whether you’re in need of a perfect piece for an engagement ring, hoop earrings, vintage jewelry, and more, we are here to support you and provide you with the ultimate experience

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