Custom Inspo

At Evan John Diamantiare, we do diamonds your way to create your custom dream ring. Gather some inspiration from some of our favorite shapes below. 
From a sketch, to a CAD design, to finally in your hands. We develop your dream piece with you every step of the way. 

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Round Diamond

The round cut diamond is the most popular diamond shape. Due to its shape, the round diamond is generally superior to other shapes in terms of reflection of light and maximizing potential brightness.

Princess Cut Diamond

The princess cut diamond, first created in 1980, is a very popular fancy diamond shape. Similar to round shape diamonds, princess cut diamonds are a great choice for their diversity in working in many ring styles. 

Oval Diamond

Due to the oval diamond being a modified brilliant-cut, the oval and round diamonds possess a similar fire and brilliance. However, ovals have the additional advantage of an elongated shape, which often creates the illusion of a larger size.

Marquise Diamond

The marquise cut diamond is a modified brilliant cut, football shaped diamond. Due to its length and narrowness, the marquise can also create the illusion of a larger size. The marquise has one of the largest surface areas of any diamond shape, making it a great choice when trying to maximize size. 

Pear Shaped Diamond

The modified brilliant-cut pear shaped diamond is a combination of a marquise and a round diamond shape, with a tapered point on one end. The pear shaped diamond should ideally possess excellent symmetry. 

Cushion Cut Diamond

The cushion cut diamond combines a square cut with rounded corners, much like a pillow, which is how it got its name. This classic cut has been around for almost 200 years and was the most popular diamond shape for the first century of its existence. Recent refinements in the cut of the cushion have led to a current resurgence in popularity.

Emerald Cut Diamond

The unique look of the emerald cut diamond is because of the step cuts of its pavilion and its large, open table. While a brilliant-cut has a certain sparkle, the emerald cut diamonds produce a hall-of-mirrors effect, with the interplay of light and dark planes. 

Asscher Cut Diamond

The asscher cute diamond was first made in 1902 by the Asscher Brothers of Holland. The asscher is very similar to the emerald cut, however it is square shaped and has larger step facts, a higher crown and a smaller table. This combination of features can produce more brilliance than the emerald cut diamond.

Radiant Cut Diamond

The radiant cut diamond is the first rectangular cut to have a complete brilliant-cut facet pattern applied both the pavilion and the crown of the diamond, making it a more vibrant and lively diamond. This modified square shape is the ideal bridge between a princess and cushion cut. For this reason, radiant cut diamonds look beautiful set with both square or round cornered diamonds.