Ever wonder why the Emerald-cut is named after a precious green gemstone? Jewelry Fact of the Day: Emerald cut diamonds were originally designed for cutting the beloved Emerald green gemstone, thus given the name “Emerald”; soon becoming the glamorous cut of diamond that ladies wore on their fingers, wrists and necks.
With brilliant elongated lines sparkling throughout the rectangular shape, the Emerald-cut diamond actually provides a more prominent and broader reflections of light. The long lines of emerald cut diamonds lend an elegant, sophisticated touch to both the simplest and most complex engagement ring settings.
One of Tacori’s most recognizable styles with a ribbon twist band and a sparkling emerald cut diamond, is this unique setting from the “Dantela Collection”. Dazzling pave and delicate milligrain details decorate the unique criss-crossing shoulders of this high-polish band. A crown of hand-set pave diamonds spotlight and "bloom" the emerald-cut center stone. With signature Tacori crescents dazzling under the emerald gallery, this ring is a sight for sore eyes.
A feminine ribbon twist flowing down the shoulders of this unique emerald cut design is both sophisticated and classy with a fashion forward edge.
Written by: Traci Murakami
Featured Style No. 2627ECLG