Jared Loose Diamonds & Diamond Shapes
In all the world, there is no one quite like her. And now that you are ready to propose, give her a Jared diamond that is every bit as unique and beautiful as she is. Jared has a spectacular collection of high-quality diamonds in every popular diamond shape and carat weight, including hard-to-find larger carat stones and a full range of unique diamond shapes. And, because Jared buys tens of thousands of diamonds every year, we promise that you'll never overpay on a high-quality Jared diamond.
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The classic circle diamond shape meets maximum sparkle with our round Jared diamonds. With 57 to 58 facets cut to produce incredible sparkle, round shaped diamonds are truly timeless. The round diamond shape is the first of the modern diamond cuts, and initially gained popularity in the 1920s.
The princess diamond has a square diamond shape with sharp angles and ample brilliance. Developed in the 1980s, the princess diamond is prized for its modern, clean lines and stunning sparkle.
Dazzling in design, cushion-cut diamonds are a square or rectangular shape with curved corners and soft, vintage facet patterns. An antique style that's increasing in popularity, cushion shaped diamonds are reminiscent of round and oval shapes. Cut for less brilliance than the classic round diamond shape, a cushion diamond has a soft, romantic appeal.
The eye-catching emerald diamond is a rectangular shape evoking Art Deco designs. With its large table and distinctive elongated pavilion, the emerald diamond shape is inspired by its namesake gemstone. With fewer facets than round and princess diamonds, the emerald diamond shape emphasizes a diamond's clarity above its sparkle.
This Jared diamond consists of a square or rectangular shape with intense brilliance. The radiant diamond is a stunning blend of other shapes. Its cropped corners compare it to the emerald and Asscher shapes, while its brilliant facets are inspired by round and princess diamonds. Modern with lots of sparkle, the radiant diamond shape is a sophisticated choice for those who wish to stand out.
With its classic oval shape, the oval diamond has a powerful sparkle and beautiful lengthening effect. This shape brings together the sparkle of a round brilliant with the elongated design of a marquise. While the oval diamond shape was developed in the 1960s, it has a classic feel. The length maximizes surface area, making it a smart choice for those wanting a large diamond for their budget.
The pear diamond has an exquisite droplet shape with cascading brilliance. Also known as the teardrop diamond, the pear shaped diamond can appear modern or vintage, depending on its setting. With 58 facets, it has a brilliant cut that exhibits lots of sparkle. Its elongated shape lengthens the finger, making it a flattering choice for engagement rings.
This Jared diamond has a uniquely crafted square shape. A variant of the emerald shape, the Asscher diamond is known for the subtle yet iconic "X" visible in its table. Its square shape is comparable to the princess diamond, yet its cropped corners and mesmerizing angles set it apart from any other diamond shape.
With its distinctive oval shape, the marquise diamond has smooth curves and pointed ends. Originally commissioned by King Louis XIV, the marquise has one of the highest size-per-carat-weight ratios of any diamond shape, which means that your diamond will appear larger. Its flattering design elongates the finger, while its facets produce beautiful sparkle.
An iconic symbol of love, the heart silhouette has distinctive length-to-width ratios. With a modified brilliant diamond shape, similar in style to the pear, the heart diamond is an ever-romantic choice. Typically cut with 59 facets, the heart silhouette is designed with extraordinary sparkle in mind. Depending on the length-to-width ratio, this diamond can be narrow, wide or in a classic heart shape.