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Shape of the Month: Princess – A Modern Romantic

This month we’re talking about the beauty of the Princess cut diamond, we’re putting the spotlight on the Tacori Girl with exceptional contemporary taste. If you are lucky enough to have a sweetheart in your life, surprise them with a Princess cut stone! The Princess cut will speak to their loving, loyal and genuine personality on many levels.

Our Princess cut is great for the “Modern Romantic” Tacori Girl. She believes in the value of heritage, and is ready to make her own traditions. The princess cut diamond embodies the perfect touch of elegance and modernity for the new romantic.

What celebrities love a Princess cut ring? Prince Charles, Ashlee Simpson, and Britney Spears, to name a few.

The square shape of the Princess cut was originally called the barion cut. The four-prong setting typically holds the diamond at each corner, and the four sides appear beveled.

It is a mixed cut, meaning that it combines elements of stepped cut stones including the Emerald and the Asscher, and the characteristics of the ever-popular round brilliant cut.

The princess cut diamond offers a sparkle fairly close to the way a round brilliant diamond will sparkle, and the cut also works to minimize flaws that the diamond may have. This is one of the reasons why the Princess cut is so popular. 

While some of the vintage cuts, like the cushion cut, date back more than a century, the Princess cut is a fairly new method.  It only dates back to the 1960s, and was introduced in London by A. Nagy. The cut was designed to be a more economical version of the round brilliant, where more of the rough stone could be preserved and the diamond would still achieve the fire and sparkle of the brilliant cut.

The square Princess cut has definitely become a more modern-day take on the traditional round look. Ring wearers with long, slender fingers are suited for a Princess cut diamond, as the square shape balances the long vertical lines of the fingers.

Check out some of the Princess cuts that we love:

RoyalT style HT2652PR9
Simply Tacori style 2659PR65PK
RoyalT style HT2626PR75Y
Blooming Beauties style HT2518PR7
RoyalT style HT2652PR7PK
Dantela style 2663PR65
Petite Crescent style HT2559PR6
RoyalT style HT2652PR9
Simply Tacori style 2659PR65PK
RoyalT style HT2626PR75Y
Blooming Beauties style HT2518PR7
RoyalT style HT2652PR7PK
Dantela style 2663PR65
Petite Crescent style HT2559PR6

 

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