Pear Shaped Diamonds

Commonly known as the teardrop shaped cut, a pear shaped diamond is the combination of two other well known cuts, namely the marquise and cushion. Invented and introduced to the public in 1458 by master Flemish polisher Lodewyk van Berquem, the pear diamond continues to be an awe inspiring and stylish stone cut widely used for an engagement ring or a wedding ring even to date.

Once decided to purchase a loose pear shaped diamond for a diamond ring or bridal set, take note that this specific cut exhibits color the most. With this in mind, we recommend to pick pear shaped diamonds with H color or above. In terms of clarity, choose pear shaped loose diamonds under SI2 clarity or SI1 clarity. At whatever carat, loose pear shaped diamonds are masters in hiding inclusions.

Browse through our gorgeously cut teardrop loose diamonds and have the freedom to customize a bridal set based on various settings and diamond styles. Opt for either semi-mount ring or full mount ring. The possibilities are endless with each and every conflict free diamond we have on hand. 

Pear Shaped Diamonds
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