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Diamond Shapes and Prices

Can you guess the most affordable diamond shape?

The diamond shape directly influences the price of a diamond. The most popular diamond shape is round and they tend to be higher priced than other shapes because of the demand, the cost of manufacturing and the diamond's brilliance.

Arthur's Jewelers offers nine different fancy shapes, including princess, emerald, Asscher, cushion, marquise, radiant, oval, pear, and heart.

To show how shape affects the diamond price, we’ve pulled 10 differently shaped diamonds directly from our Diamond Search.


Fancy Diamond Shapes and Prices

To show how shape affects the diamond price, we’ve pulled 10 differently shaped diamonds directly from our Diamond Search. Diamond Search: 4C characteristics: Carat: 1-1.10, Cut: Very Good, Color: H, Clarity: SI2.

Round DiamondRound$4581See Diamonds
Princess DiamondPrincess$3416See Diamonds
Cushion $2509See Diamonds
Asscher$2634See Diamonds
Marquise$3912See Diamonds
Oval$3681See Diamonds
Radiant$2484See Diamonds
Pear$3763See Diamonds
Emerald$3838See Diamonds
Heart$3575See Diamonds

Diamond prices reflected from June 2018 and prices may change.

You can save more than 25% by choosing a fancy shaped diamond versus a round diamond of similar size and quality. 

Oval, Pear and Marquise diamonds are elongated and appear larger than a round diamond.

Engagement rings today are being created with fancy shape diamonds in nearly one-third of rings, the most popular shapes are a princess, cushion, and oval.

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