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Emerald Cut

Emerald cut diamonds feature step cuts of the pavilion and a large table. Typically, emerald cut diamonds are less brilliant than round or princess diamonds, but they offer beautiful clarity and a dazzling interplay of light.
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1646 results found: emerald  diamonds; between 0.7-15 carats; between $200- $999,000
Details Shape Carat Color Clarity Cut Depth Table Fluor Lab Photo Price Compare
0.73 E I1 - 68.6 64.0 None GIA $ 1,310
0.70 J VVS2 - 67.4 75.0 Faint GIA $ 1,360
0.70 J VVS2 - 68.9 68.0 None GIA $ 1,450
0.76 J SI2 - 62.1 65.0 None GIA $ 1,490
0.72 J VVS1 - 68.8 62.0 None GIA $ 1,500
0.72 G SI1 - 60.2 73.0 None GIA $ 1,590
0.75 F I1 - 69.0 62.0 None GIA $ 1,690
0.71 H SI2 - 64.5 67.0 Faint GIA $ 1,710
0.73 I SI1 - 62.8 65.0 None GIA $ 1,750
0.70 I VVS1 - 73.5 64.0 None IGI $ 1,810

Emerald-Cut Diamonds

Emerald-cut diamonds are characterized by step cuts and a long table. Although emerald-cut diamonds are less brilliant than round diamonds or princess diamonds, they are revered for their clarity. Emerald-cut diamonds are known for their angled corners and step-cut, as well as their rectangular shapes. Because of their long table, inclusions are more easily seen on emerald shape diamonds than other more brilliant cuts. Emerald-cut diamonds are named as such because the cut was originally only used on emeralds.

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