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Pear Shape Diamond Engagement Rings

Declare Your Love With a Pear-Shaped Diamond Engagement Ring

An engagement ring is a powerful symbol of your love and affection for your romantic partner. The classic pear-shaped cut of diamond is ideal for those who want a uniquely elegant engagement ring.

What are the settings for pear-shaped rings?

There are many different ways to place the pear-shaped diamond into the ring. These settings help show off the sparkle and beauty of the diamond.

  • Prong: Pear-shape diamonds often have five or six small metal prongs that secure the diamond on the ring without obscuring its edges. This common style is used for both solitaire and other settings.
  • Halo: In the halo style, smaller diamonds are set all the way around the outside of the ring.
  • Bezel: A bezel setting is a slim band of metal that forms a lip along the edge of the diamond, holding it securely in place.
  • Tension: In a tension setting, the top and bottom of the pear-shape diamond are held in place by the metal from the main ring. The tension of the metal keeps the diamond secure without requiring prongs or a bezel.
What types of metal are paired with pear-shaped diamonds?

Pear-shaped rings are an ancient style that is also common in modern rings. You may find pear-shape diamonds from eBay set in these metals:

  • White gold
  • Yellow gold
  • Rose gold
  • Gold plated metal
What is the difference between total carat and diamond weight?

When shopping for rings, it is important to take carat into account because this lets you know the weight of any stone. When a stones size is listed as simply carat weight or diamond weight, it is describing the weight of the main stone in the ring. This measurement style is frequently used for solitaire pear-shape rings. If the listing is for total diamond weight or total carat weight, this means the sum total of all stones in the ring.

How many facets are in a pear-shape diamond?

A pear-shape cut combines shaping techniques from both the round and marquise cuts. The angled facets around the edges help maximize the amount of light that sparkles and shines through the flat table at the top of the ring. The exact number can vary, but traditional pear-cut diamonds have between 55 and 58 facets.