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Round Brilliant

The way diamonds are identified by the image of ‘the round brilliance’, ‘Bhargovi’ is also identified for its range of ‘the round brilliance’ across the globe. It is a myth that ‘the round brilliance’ is meant only for engagement rings. Today, it’s widely used in pendants, earrings and more jewellery applications. It is the most popular diamond type for adding beauty in jewellery as well the finest investment option.


The Princess cut is the second most popular cut shape for diamonds, next to ‘the round brilliance’. The face-up shape of the princess cut is square or rectangular and the profile or side-on shape is similar to that of an inverted pyramid with four bevelled sides. It has gained in popularity in recent years as a more distinctive alternative to the more popular round brilliant cut, in which the top of diamond, called the crown, is cut with a round face-up shape and the bottom, called the pavilion, is shaped similar to a cone.


The Pear shape diamond is a combination of oval and marquise cuts. The sparkling teardrop has good proportions and refracts the light well. The Pear shape diamond looks best set as a pendant or earrings. Due to its tenderness and sharp terminations, it becomes the most resistible diamond cut to any kind of breakages.


The simple yet sophisticated lines of marquise diamond engagement rings make them one of the most popular choices for bridal sets as well as other accented rings and solitaires. Today, the marquise diamond shape is a classic option for couples interested in a stunning stone but who don't want the traditional - and sometimes predictable - round brilliant shape. Because of their elongated shape, marquise diamonds may also be called boat-shapes or navette diamonds. Our brilliant quality output in unmatched pricing, we offer the best value for money deal in bulk marquise diamonds.