The beauty of pear shaped rings

Although each individual bride-to-be has the “perfect” desired engagement ring, not many of them can ignore the beauty of a pear shaped engagement ring. While some future brides will go for the maximum sparkle in the ring, others will choose the more classic ones. Regardless of all the variations in choices and preferences, engagement rings’ trends keep waxing and waning like any other accessories we love. However, there is a single trend that has enough staying power to remain trending while others are waxing and waning. This is the pear shaped engagement ring.

Pear shapes are the best most beautiful choices for future brides who prefer classic styles but who are also unconventional. Traditionally, brides-to-be favorite rings were basically the high carat styles. However, this preference is now shifting towards unique rings: Every bride-to-be prefers uniqueness. This means that people no longer associate a status quo to the ring, which is their symbol of love. Instead, future brides choose an engagement ring that communicates their personal values as well as individuality –

So, how is the pear shape created? Most people wonder how the pear shape is made. Well, a marquise cut is combined with a matching round-faceted stone, which is the most elegant shape as well as an intentional one for diamond. In addition, pear shaped engagement rings have lower carat than you might think or than how they appear. This asymmetrical shape of the ring has seen increasing liking due to a general change in preferences of engagement ring. Since asymmetrical shapes can be intimidating, the ring can be paired with bezels that successfully cushion the pear-cut, or balanced out with a wedding band. The mystery behind the cutting of the pear shape of the ring and its low carat are the key reasons for its beauty. Additionally, changing preferences on ring choices contribute to their rising popularity.

To maintain the beauty of pear shaped rings, you should understand their symmetry and an associated effect called the bow tie effect. In the symmetry aspect, the ring should consist of both shoulders and wings. Shoulders are those parts of the ring by its curves while wings are those by its tips. These are used to eliminate straight angles. To choose your ring correctly, ensure that the tip is evenly centered above the curved base’s apex. Note that this tip is the most sensitive part of your ring, being prone to fracturing and chipping and may contain natural blemishes or other inclusions since it is nearest to the diamond’s rough edge before shaping, cutting, and polishing the finished product. Therefore, to hide these imperfections and to protect the diamond’s structural integrity, use a prong at this tip.

Understanding the bow tie effect in relation to the pear shaped ring, is another way of preserving the beauty of your pear ring. It is similar to the bow ties worn by men. Usually, it forms like a shadow pattern on elongated cuts, such as the pear shape, oval shapes, and marquise. The prominence of this shadow can only be determined by the buyer, depending on personal preferences. The shadows are created by faceting patterns. However, they cannot detract the stone’s beauty.