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Frequently asked questions forPear Shaped Engagement Rings

Pearl shaped engagement rings aren't just popular...they're practically taking the world by storm, and we can see why.

With a soft rounded bottom and distinct tapered point, pear cut diamonds exude timeless grace and sophistication. The graceful shape of this diamond also makes it perfect for stacking with other rings or mixing with bands of different shapes.

In fact, one of the reasons pear shaped engagement rings are so admired is for their versatility. They can be worn as a solitaire, rock out with a halo, or exude maximalism magic with a glossy bezel. When it comes to designing your dream pear cut engagement ring, the sky is the limit. Let's go back to that perfect pear shape for a second. Thanks to the elongated nature and expanded table, pear cut diamond engagement rings also appear larger than other diamonds at the same carat weight. Thanks to the distribution of weight, a pear cut diamond maintains a face-up size that is around 9% larger than a comparably weighed round diamond. The result is a diamond that is able to maintain its size while still showing off the unique shape of the stone. This makes pear cut diamonds a great choice for someone who wants a larger-looking stone but still wants to keep their budget in check.

And its not just your average Joe Shmoe clamoring for the pear shape, thanks to the unmitigated sparkle and endless versatility, pear shaped engagement rings are wildly popular among celebrities as well.

Very often considered the Queen of Diamonds, Elizabeth Taylor was gifted a whopping 69.42 carat pear cut diamond ring from beau Richard Burton. The ring was so heavy that Taylor later turned it into the centerpiece of a stunning diamond necklace. Golden-age startlette's aside, pear cut engagement rings have also been rocked by celebrities such as Victoria Beckham, Paris Hilton, Ariana Grande, and Cardi B.

Whether it's the allure of emulating a favorite celebrity or the desire for a distinctive and elegant engagement ring, the pear-shaped style continues to captivate the hearts of many individuals. With its timeless sophistication and eye-catching beauty, it is no wonder that pear-shaped engagement rings have become increasingly popular choices for couples embarking on their journey of love and commitment.

Pear shaped diamonds have been making a dazzling comeback of late, and for good reason. Besides their undeniable elegance, these beauties are affordable. Sure, they're still diamonds, and that means they still are going to be an investment, but when it comes to investment-grade gems, the pear shaped diamond is one of the most affordable options.

But why is the pear shaped diamond so affordable?

Really it depends on a number of factors. Most of all, the 4Cs, aka cut, color, clarity, and carat. Each of these characteristics drive the value of the diamond based on its grading. Gems that receive stellar grades across the 4Cs and have a larger carat weight will be more expensive. Higher quality diamonds will always fetch higher prices, regardless of the shape. However, when comparing diamond shapes that share identical grades, the pear cut diamond will be on average 15-30% more affordable than round brilliants. Another reason the pear cut is affordable is thanks to its unique shape that utilizes more rough diamond in the cutting process. By maximizing the yield from each rough diamond, jewelers can create more polished pear shaped diamonds than other shapes like round brilliants, all from the same amount of rough material. This means less diamond wastage, resulting in a more affordable price point for pear shaped diamonds.

Let's talk about one of our favorite reasons why pear shaped diamonds are as chic as they are affordable-their table size. Here's the scoop: the elongated shape of the pear diamond creates a visual trickery that makes it appear larger than a round brilliant of the same carat weight. It's like having a magic mirror for your finger! With a pear diamond, you can achieve a greater perceived size without breaking the bank on a larger stone. Talk about a win-win!

A pear shaped diamond truly offers a perfect combination of affordability and unique beauty. And thanks to their efficient cutting process and illusion of a larger size, they remain one of our favorite shapes people can buy without breaking the bank.

First things first, let's address the big question: how much does a pear shaped diamond engagement ring actually cost? Well, darling, while we wish we could have a concrete number of how much you can expect to pay, there are so many settings and factors that determine the overall price that there really is no definitive number.

But let's break it down as best as we can.

First things first, let's talk diamonds. A natural pear shaped diamond will cost you more than a lab created diamond. You know, because a mined diamond has to pass through all of the top layers of the earth before crowning your finger. For example, a 1.01 carat natural pear cut diamond with G-color, a Very Good cut grade, and a clarity grade of VVS2 can set you back around $6,000. Meanwhile, a lab created diamond with identical grades can start on average at $950 (while also maintaining the same chemical and physical properties of the natural diamond).

Another determining factor of your diamond cost is going to be the 4Cs. These are the factors work together to give your diamond its dazzling appeal and determine its overall worth and include cut, color, clarity, and carat.

The cut is all about the sparkle, baby! A well-cut pear diamond will capture and reflect light in the most enchanting way, making it dance on your finger. The better the cut, the higher the price tag. So, if you want that jaw-dropping brilliance, be prepared to invest a bit more in a higher-quality cut.

Next up, we have color. It's all about finding that perfect balance. The most valuable diamonds are colorless, but subtle variations can occur.

Clarity is another important factor and refers to the presence of any tiny blemishes or inclusions. The fewer inclusions, the higher the clarity grade, and the higher the price. But hey, a few imperfections can add character, right? Embrace the uniqueness, my friend.

Finally, we have the carat, and this is where size really matters. The larger the carat weight, the higher the cost.

Diamond aside, the setting of your engagement ring also contributes to the overall cost of the ring. For example, choosing 14k yellow, rose, or white gold will be more affordable than opting for platinum. And let's not forget about the side stones, darling. A sprinkling of diamonds along the band can elevate the entire look and add a little extra oomph (and a little extra cost).

Ultimately, trying to offer a price on a pear cut engagement ring is futile...there's just too many factors. But knowing what you like, and what you're willing to possibly compromise allows you to find a rocking pear cut engagement ring that doesn't skimp on style or hurt your wallet.

Pear shaped engagement beauties are versatile and can be styled in countless ways to match your unique look and personality. So, whether you're a classic minimalist or a bold trendsetter, here are some tips on how to make that pear-shaped dazzler shine.

First and foremost, let's talk about the setting. A pear diamond looks stunning when it's set in a solitaire, where the stone can truly take center stage. But if you're feeling a little extra, a halo setting can add some extra sparkle to your ring finger. No matter what setting you choose, just make sure it enhances the natural beauty of your ring.

Now, let's move on to the fun part—stacking! A pear-shaped engagement ring looks fabulous when paired with a variety of stacking bands. You can opt for a simple band for a minimalistic look, or a diamond-encrusted band for some serious bedazzling! A mixed-metal stacking band can also add a trendy twist to your classic pear-shaped beauty. The options are endless, my friend.

But wait, there's more! If you really want to push the envelope, try pairing your pear-shaped engagement ring with some other funky jewelry pieces. A statement ring or a pair of bold diamond stud earrings can add some extra flair to your overall look and show off your unique style. So, whether you're an accessorizing pro or a newbie to the bling life, you can't go wrong with a stunning pear-shaped engagement ring. Just remember, wear it with confidence, and you're sure to turn heads and shine bright like a diamond!

If you're even considering a pear-shaped engagement ring, you're already on the right track! Pear-shaped diamonds are having a major moment, and I'm here for it. They offer the best of both worlds - the soft feminine curves of a round brilliant and the unique tapering effect of a Marquise cut. Talk about a match made in diamond heaven.

If you're someone who loves to stand out from the crowd and is drawn to the unconventional, then a pear-shaped diamond might just be the perfect choice for you. It's a shape that's both elegant and daring, and it will always catch the eye of anyone in the room.

And let's not forget about the versatility of a pear-shaped diamond. It looks amazing in a variety of settings, from a simple solitaire to an elaborate halo or even a vintage-inspired design. Plus, thanks to its elongated shape, a pear-shaped diamond can actually make your fingers appear longer and more slender. Who doesn't want a little extra boost of confidence?

But here's the real question, darling: why settle for the traditional when you can have the best of both worlds? A pear-shaped diamond engagement ring combines the classic elegance of a round brilliant with the eye-catching sparkle of a marquise cut. It's a shape that's both timeless and modern, and it's sure to make a statement wherever you go.

Pear shaped diamonds exude elegance, flatter every finger, and possess a versatility that suits every style.

When you pair your pear shaped engagement ring with a wedding band, you unlock a world of endless possibilities. There are no limits to the combinations you can create. Whether you opt for our beloved Dad Band, Rock Candy, or something in between, your pear shaped beauty will feel right at home.

Take your pear shaped engagement ring to the next level by letting it take center stage with a shining, thin, minimalistic band like The Skinny Round. The sleek simplicity of the thin band allows your pear shaped jewel to shine even brighter, like a spotlight illuminating your finger. Feeling bold? Mix and match! Your pear engagement ring can mingle with various diamond shapes, such as the oh-so-glamorous Marquise Flutter. Combining different diamond shapes creates a fashion-forward party on your finger. After all, the pear shape is a splendid companion to other shapes—it plays well with others.

One of our favorite ways to enhance the beauty of your pear cut engagement ring is by stacking it. Picture layers upon layers of stylish goodness. Experiment with textures and add wedding bands with fun twists or unique ridges. This adds depth and character to your look, ensuring that every glimpse at your hand becomes a fashion moment.

And let's not forget about the bling factor! Incorporating infinity bands of different carat sizes will elevate your look to new heights of luxury. It's like having a sparkling symphony on your finger, captivating attention wherever you go.

No matter which path you choose, your pear shaped engagement ring will dazzle when paired with a wide variety of wedding bands. Whether your style leans towards sleek and minimalist or bold and sparkling stacks, the options are endless. The key is to find a wedding band that complements the shape and style of your pear shaped beauty while reflecting your unique taste and personality.

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