This diamond ring cut is a cross between the round and marquise diamond ring cut. However, several customers are unaware that pear cut diamond rings have been around us for more than 500 years. This implies that the pear diamond cut is one of the oldest diamond cuts.
Most of the pear cut diamond rings feature 58 facets. The number of facets in these rings is exactly equal to that of brilliant round cut diamond rings. The greater number of facets in these types of diamond rings brings a fantastic sparkle to the diamond. In addition to that, a pear-shaped diamond solitaire ring also has the ability to elongate the fingers of the wearer.
One of the ends of pear cut diamond rings is pointed. So, you will need to place these rings in a protective diamond setting. If you fail to do this, then the pointed end of the pear cut diamond ring will get caught or fabric or it may even it get chipped. Five-prong and six-prong diamond ring settings are considered as the ideal diamond ring setting for pear cut diamond rings.