The unique, tapered design of a pear shape diamond offers its signature appeal. With a fancy pear shape diamond, choose a ring setting that secures the diamond’s tip but also complements the shape. Solitaire and halo settings often work best for pear shape engagement rings.
Pear shape engagement rings range from classic to modern. Because of the unique shape of the diamond, let the center stone be the main attraction. You can still include embellishments, like a pave band, but aim to keep the attention on the center stone.
With a pear shape, pay particular attention to Cut quality. Review the diamond closely yourself, as the GIA doesn’t give out cut grades for pear shapes. We recommend a length to width ratio between 1.55 and 1.75, so the diamond isn’t too slender or too wide. You’ll also want to keep the depth and table percentages under 66%.
Different than the Round Cut—where well-cut stones are abundant—it’s hard to find a high-quality pear shape diamond. That’s why we suggest asking for help from an expert if you’re looking to buy a pear shape diamond engagement ring.
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