Sizes and Shapes

Round Brilliant Diamonds



This shape has set the standard for all other diamond shapes because the round bottom allows light to travel directly across to break on its opposing facet junction.Its 58-facet cut is made up of eight sides to form the round stone. Each facet is calibrated through a precise formula to achieve the maximum in fire and brilliance.


Oval Diamonds


Its elongated shape gives a flattering illusion of length to the hand. oval_diamond.jpg


Marquise Diamonds


An elongated shape with pointed ends inspired by France's King Louis XIV. marquise_diamond.jpg


Pear Shaped Diamonds


It is shaped like a teardrop. It is particularly effective for pendants. pear_shaped_diamond.jpg


Heart Shaped Diamonds


A symbol of romance set in stone. heart_shaped_diamond.jpg


Emerald Cut Diamond


This is a rectangular shape with cut corners. Usually cut from better clarity rough as inclusions show more. emerald_cut_diamond.jpg


Princess Cut Diamond


This is a square or nearly square cut with more facets than the step cut square emerald. princess_cut_diamond.jpg


Trilliant Diamonds


This triangular cut was first developed in Amsterdam and the number of facets and depth of the stone can vary widely. trilliant_diamond.jpg


Cushion Cut Diamond



The traditional cushion cut diamond resembles a square with rounded corners and contains 58 facets. Beaudet Jewelry has access to a modified cushion cut tha displays the heart and arrow effect, which is obtained by incorporating the proportion and symmetry in the pavilion of a round brilliant heart and arrow diamond. This modified cushion cut displays more fire and brilliance than a traditional cushion cut diamond.