TAPERED BAGUETTE CUT DIAMONDS 


Tapered Baguette Diamond, Tapered Baguette Diamond Cut Matching Pairs & Side Stones

How the Tapered Baguette Cut Came to Be

The Baguette Diamond Cut was officially recognized and developed in 1920-1930. But its history dates back quite a while longer,  evolving from the antique cut known as the hogback. The hogback cut which held similar characteristics to the Baguette such as its slender appeal and the manipulation of the octahedron shape. The Baguette is one of the most recognizable and sought after diamond cuts today, and while it’s hard to compete with its popularity upon release which is largely due to its elongated triangular shape which symbolized a freedom from the old fashioned cuts, and a celebration of the art deco and Nouveau period.

Why the Tapered Baguette Cut Diamond is so Seductive

The Tapered Baguette Diamond Cut which is created by making use of the slender parts of rough diamonds are the result of the cleaving of an octahedron two times. They do not abide by the common rules of cutting that other cuts must go through. They are crafted using the step-cut method, and have only two rows of facets as well as unbeveled corners. They are both light-weight, and more easily cut compared to some of its counterparts, which translates as a win win for the manufacturer and the customer.

The Tapered  Baguette Cut Diamonds are more often than not small yet elongated, and have the added tapered end feature which gives the stone a trapezoidal structure. The Baguette has classic appeal that is hard to come by anywhere else. However, since the Baguettes appeal is so uniquely different than the classic brilliant cuts aimed at achieving a maximum sparkle, they are used as magnificent side stones instead.

How to find the right Tapered Baguette Cut Diamond

The step-cut method which assists in accomplishing the ideal shape of the Tapered Baguette, provides  an extremely clear type of cut, and the artisans in charge must be well versed in its usage, as it is not going to hide any imperfections. Since they are used as side stones, the Tapered Baguette Diamonds are best used as pairs or as layouts, and they must be as close to one another in all aspects as possible.

Our Tapered Baguette Cut Diamonds

The Baguettes are some of the more sought out after diamond cuts as side stones and pairs, and we pride ourselves on the level of quality and versatility in which we stock and manufacture them. From pairs weighing at 0.10 carats up to 2.0 carats in total.

Colors range from D to J

Clarity range from VSS to SI

We offer Tapered Baguette Cut Diamonds as side stones and matching pairs, and we’re able to match their exact cut, color, and clarity. Due to the clear nature of the Baguette Cut we recommend and provide our customers with the highest clarity available, and help them find the ideal pieces to further complement their main stones. Some of its most popular uses include incorporating them as side stones for Cathedral Setting Jewelry, as well as matching them for earrings and pendants.

All our diamonds cut. To precision in the same lapidary for perfect matching

The more complex the order the better. We specialize in doing what others cannot, and in the best way possible to ensure a satisfied customer throughout the process. Don’t hesitate to contact us.

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