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Diamond Shape

There are two different diamond shape categories – round and non-round, also known as fancy shaped. Round diamonds have traditionally been the most in-demand shape, but today non-round cuts such as princess and cushion are gaining in popularity.

Did You Know? Round diamonds are the only diamonds with the necessary dimensions and proportions to be graded as ideal (the cut that reflects the maximum amount of light)..

With so many different shapes to choose from at Solomon Brothers, you can select a diamond that truly reflects the personality and style of your future bride. Browse through our selection of diamond shapes below to learn more about each.



The traditional engagement diamond with 58 facets for spectacular fire and brilliance.

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A very popular cut admired for its contemporary lines and many sparkling facets.

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Exquisite, understated elegance with fewer facets, but classic appeal.

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Octagonal or square with beveled corners, this magnificent antique cut is enjoying a well-deserved resurgence in popularity.

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Another attractive antique style, it brings back the romance of a bygone era.

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Known for its captivating grandeur and royal heritage, this diamond often looks larger than it actually is.

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This sparkling tear-drop shape evokes the qualities of an oval and a marquise.

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A unique cut capturing the elegance of an emerald cut with the brilliance of a round.

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Another attractive antique style, it brings back the romance of a bygone era.

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The Valentine of diamond cuts and the perfect choice for pure romantics.

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A stunning triangle of fire with pointed or rounded corners.






A rectangular or oblong shape celebrated for its quiet beauty.




Tapered Baguette

A relatively long an thin baguette with one pair of tapered sides.





A four-sided diamond in which two of the sides are parallel and two slant towards each other; trapezoids are normally placed on either side of a central diamond.




Half Moon

Straight on one side and curved on the other, these side stones are usually set with their straight side adjacent to a center stone.



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