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The Titanium Ring Diamond Guide

August 10, 2015
The Titanium Ring Diamond Guide

Diamonds are a big decision for anyone. You want to know as much as you can about them before you purchase one! We've created a short guide to the variety of diamonds we carry and some options for each of those.

 

Round Brilliant Cut

The Asteria holds a round brilliant cut diamond, which is one of the most popular cuts today. Diamond cutters have been using light behaviour and precise mathematical calculations for almost 100 years to otpimize the light's refraction in a round cut diamond. A round diamond will typically give you more flexibility in terms of balancing cut, colour, and clarity grades while still getting that brilliant fire you want most.

Helena

 

Princess Cut

The Cathedrale holds a gorgeous Princes Cut diamond. Its beautiful brilliance and unique cut makes it a favourite for engagement rings. As you can see in the Cathedrale, a princess cut has pointed corners and is traditionally square in shape.

Cathedrale

Cathedrale

 

Heart

The heart sends a clear message of love. A heart-shaped diamond is a very unique and distinctive choice, as seen in our Aimee Heart Solitaire.

Heart

Aimee Heart

 

Canadian Diamonds

Canada and diamonds are an unlikely pairing, but they came together with a discovery in the Canadian arctic in the 1990s.

Since then, these diamonds have been recognized for their incredible clarity and ability to refract light. It isn't a specific cut of diamond, just a type, but if you want a ring that stands above the rest, then you need one with a Canadian Diamond.

You can find all the options for Canadian (and regular) Diamonds in our Solitaire Gem and Multi-Gem sections.

 

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