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Marquise Cut

Marquise cut diamonds are boat-shaped, and are a very popular choice for an engagement ring. A marquise cut diamond undergoes a similar cutting process to that of a round diamond, but the carat weight of the marquise diamond is maximized by elongating it into its easily recognizable shape.
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699 results found: marquise  diamonds; between 0.7-15 carats; between $200- $999,000
Details Shape Carat Color Clarity Cut Depth Table Fluor Lab Photo Price Compare
0.70 H I1 - 60.0 55.0 Strong Blue GIA $ 1,060
0.70 K VS1 - 67.9 58.0 None GIA $ 1,160
0.79 J I1 - 68.0 66.0 Faint GIA $ 1,180
0.70 H I1 - 66.2 60.0 Faint GIA $ 1,200
0.70 J SI2 - 62.5 56.0 None GIA $ 1,200
0.75 G I1 - 57.3 64.0 Medium Blue GIA $ 1,220
0.70 J SI1 - 66.4 56.0 None GIA $ 1,240
0.82 J I1 - 64.5 59.0 None GIA $ 1,250
0.72 I I1 - 66.2 57.0 Medium Blue GIA $ 1,260
0.71 F I1 - 66.7 57.0 None GIA $ 1,320

Marquise-Cut Diamonds

A marquise-cut diamond is considered a classic diamond shape because it compliments any engagement ring. When selecting a marquise diamond, color and clarity are the two most important aspects to consider. A marquise diamond is cut in a way that is similar to a round brilliant diamond, except the carat weight of the stone is maximized by lengthening it into its highly recognizable boat-shape. Unfortunately, because marquise-cut diamonds have such a distinctive elongated shape, imperfections and flaws are more pronounced than they are in traditional round brilliant diamonds.

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