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The emerald cut diamonds were quite popular in the Art Deco period and still remain a favorite of the people who love a bit of vintage charm in the jewelry. The emerald cut diamonds still make excellent center stone for diamond engagement rings. They have an elongated rectangular shape with beveled step cuts and linear facets which are parallel to the length of the stone and are developed through a unique cutting style that is usually used for emeralds and hence the name. Emerald cut diamond engagement rings are a perfect choice for people looking for an agglomeration of vintage charm and brilliance.
Although, most of the emerald cuts are rectangular, they are available in square forms as well and they look equally beautiful. These stunning stones feature multiple stacked terraces and parallel facets which do not emanate tiny sparkles of light but give flashes when light is reflected due to the nature of the step cut. Therefore, the sparkle exhibited by the emerald cut diamond is visibly different from those exhibited by the round or oval cut diamonds. This feature along with the timeless appearance of the emerald cut diamonds gives most people a good reason why they should make it a part of the diamond engagement ring.
Due to its elongated shape, the emerald cut engagement ring is perhaps best for those looking to extol the virtues of their slender fingers or shape. An emerald cut diamond is a diamond that looks like a rectangle with cut corners when viewed from above. Emerald diamonds have many long, elegant lines, thanks to their step cut facets.