Popular since the 1980s, the Radiant Cut comes rightly by its name. With 70 facets, the stone reflects white light off the table, creating incredible brilliance (second only to Round Cuts). While solitaire settings are popular for radiants, its durable shape and beveled corners allow for almost any type of engagement ring.
The brilliance and fire of a radiant cut diamond gives your engagement ring a stunning focal point. Its beveled edges make it a great complement to square and rounded diamonds in side stone or three-stone settings.
Because the radiant cut offers a signature brilliance, ensure the diamond is well-cut. The GIA doesn’t provide cut grades for Radiant diamonds—that’s why you should assess each stone individually. A 1.0-1.05 is an ideal length to width ratio.
A radiant cut engagement ring is great for those with an active lifestyle because of the stone’s durability. Consider a prong solitaire ring or a pave band that adds sparkle to an already exquisite stone.
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