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Pear Shaped

Pear shaped diamonds are similar to round brilliant diamonds, but feature a tapering point on one end, giving the stone the appearance of a pear. They are beautiful and elegant, and tend to elongate the appearance of the finger when set in an engagement ring.
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1111 results found: pear  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 J I1 - 60.6 64.0 Medium Blue GIA $ 1,010
0.71 E I1 - 63.0 55.0 None GIA $ 1,430
0.70 G I1 - 60.9 63.0 None GIA $ 1,440
0.73 J SI1 - 63.6 61.0 None GIA $ 1,470
0.70 J VS2 - 63.4 54.0 Medium GIA $ 1,480
0.75 J VS2 - 68.8 60.0 None GIA $ 1,510
0.80 J SI2 - 60.7 60.0 None GIA $ 1,510
0.72 G SI2 - 54.7 54.0 Faint GIA $ 1,550
0.70 F SI2 - 54.0 59.0 None GIA $ 1,620
0.79 J SI1 - 55.5 60.0 None GIA $ 1,650

Pear-Shaped Diamonds

Pear-Shaped Diamonds are typically a combination of a round and a marquise shape. A quality Pear diamond ought to have very good or excellent symmetry, and the point of the diamond should be in line with the apex of the rounded end. A pear-shaped diamond should be set with a prong at the point of the stone – this ensures that most flaws and inclusions will be covered by a prong. Pear diamonds typically contain 58 facets, which allows light to pass through the diamond much in the way light passes through a round diamond.

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