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Embark on the journey of a lifetime with Harrison’s Diamonds and Designs. Our engagement ring experts are here to help you choose the perfect ring that reflects your love and commitment. Whether you’re looking for a classic solitaire or a unique design, we’ll help you find the ring that’s just right for you. Don’t forget to check out our Diamond Search page, where you can find the perfect center diamond for your engagement ring.
Choosing the shape of your diamond is a personal choice that should reflect your style and personality. From classic round cuts to modern princess cuts, our experts are here to guide you in selecting the perfect diamond to fit your unique needs and budget. Let us help you create a one-of-a-kind piece that expresses your love and commitment.
The round cut is the most popular and classic diamond shape, featuring 58 facets for maximum brilliance and fire. Its timeless design suits a variety of styles and occasions.
A cushion cut diamond features rounded corners and large facets for a soft, romantic look. It balances brilliance and clarity and suits vintage and modern styles.
An oval cut diamond is elongated with a soft, feminine appeal. Similar to a round cut, it has brilliant sparkle and versatility, complementing a range of settings.
The marquise cut diamond is a regal and sophisticated shape, with a long and slender profile that gracefully tapers at each end. It’s timeless elegance maximizes the carat weight for a dazzling display of brilliance.
An emerald cut diamond is sophisticated with clean, straight lines and fewer facets. It showcases the diamond’s transparency and produces a hall-of-mirrors effect.
A princess cut diamond is a modern and versatile shape with clean, square lines and maximum brilliance. It’s a popular choice for contemporary and traditional settings.
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The Four C’s
The cut of a diamond refers to the quality of its angles, proportions, and facets, which determine its sparkle, fire, and overall beauty. A well-cut diamond maximizes its potential for brilliance and value.
The clarity of a diamond refers to the presence or absence of internal flaws or inclusions. A diamond with higher clarity grades is more valuable and desirable, as it is free from visible blemishes and appears more brilliant.
The color of a diamond refers to its degree of colorlessness, with colorless diamonds being the most valuable. Diamond color is graded on a scale from D to Z, with D being the most colorless.
Carat weight refers to the size and weight of a diamond, with one carat equaling 0.2 grams. Larger diamonds are rarer and more valuable, making carat weight an important factor in determining a diamond’s price and rarity.