Pear cut lab-grown diamonds are extremely popular, they are elongated like an oval diamond but with a rounded end and a pointed end, 58 facets, and ideally with length-to-width ratio of 1.45 to 1.75. These features are used to maximize its beauty and value in the final cut and polished diamond. The 58 facets are used to reflect light and create sparkle, while the length-to-width ratio ensures a pleasing and symmetrical shape.
The angles and shape of the facets are also carefully calculated to enhance the diamond's brilliance, fire, and scintillation. At LaBrilliante, we use the highest standard of cutting and polishing to ensure that our pear cut lab-created diamonds sparkle and radiate light to their fullest potential.
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|SIZE||CARAT WEIGHT||SIZE||CARAT WEIGHT||SIZE||CARAT WEIGHT|
|3x2 mm||0.13 ct.||8.7x6.7 mm||1.80 ct.||14x9 mm||4.25 ct.|
|4x2.5 mm||0.18 ct.||9x7 mm||2.00 ct.||15x9 mm||5.06 ct.|
|4x3 mm||0.21 ct.||9.85x7.14 mm||2.25 ct.||14x10 mm||5.41 ct.|
|5x3 mm||0.25 ct.||10x8 mm||2.50 ct.||13x11 mm||5.65 ct.|
|5x4 mm||0.35 ct.||11x7.50 mm||2.61 ct.||15x10 mm||5.75 ct.|
|6x4 mm||0.50 ct.||13x8 mm||2.98 ct.||16x9 mm||5.86 ct.|
|6.5x4.5 mm||0.60 ct.||11x8 mm||3.00 ct.||16x10 mm||6.27 ct.|
|7x5 mm||0.75 ct.||12x8 mm||3.00 ct.||17x10 mm||6.46 ct.|
|7.5x5.5 mm||0.85 ct.||12x7 mm||3.12 ct.||15x11 mm||7.36 ct.|
|7.7x5.7 mm||1.00 ct.||12x9 mm||3.44 ct.||18x11 mm||8.14 ct.|
|8x6 mm||1.25 ct.||14x8 mm||3.47 ct.||16x12 mm||8.99 ct.|
|8.5x6.5 mm||1.50 ct.||14.06x8.5||3.75 ct.||18x12 mm||9.35 ct.|
|10x6 mm||1.71 ct.||13x9 mm||4.11 ct.||18x13 mm||10.21 ct.|
- A pear cut often gives the impression of a larger diamond compared to round or square cuts of the same weight because it has a larger surface area. However, it's important to ensure that the sharp point is well-protected by a secure setting, as it is the part most susceptible to chipping.
- It's regarded as one of the expensive diamond shapes due to its eye-catching elongated silhouette, reminiscent of a teardrop.
- Pear lab-grown diamonds are a favored selection for personalized jewelry like earrings and pendants.
- If you want to create the illusion of a larger pear-shaped diamond, consider choosing a halo setting. This setting not only enhances the diamond's size perception but also increases its sparkle.
The pear cut diamond, also known as the teardrop cut, has a long and rich history dating back to the early 14th century. The cut was originally known as the "pendeloque" cut and was popular in the Renaissance era. It was known for its unique shape, which resembles a pear and its elongated shape that creates a unique play of light.
The original pear cut diamonds were cut by hand, with each diamond cutter using their own personal technique. This resulted in a wide variety of pear cut diamonds, each with its unique characteristics.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, diamond cutting technology began to evolve, and the pear cut was refined. The angles and proportions of the cut were adjusted to create a more symmetrical and sparkling diamond. The use of diamond cutting machines allowed for greater precision and consistency in the cutting process.
The modern pear cut diamond is a combination of the old pendeloque cut and the new cutting techniques. It maintains the unique shape of the original pear cut while also incorporating the precision and sparkle of the new cutting techniques.
It's worth highlighting that LaBrilliante is a leading producer of pear cut lab-grown diamonds, utilizing the most advanced technology and equipment to create pear cut diamonds of top-notch quality, identical to mined diamonds, and cut to the same exacting standards as mined diamonds for maximum sparkle and brilliance.
Labrilliante streamlines the process of buing wholesale lab-grown diamonds. Choose between completing an online application or contacting us directly through the provided phone number for your convenience. Our committed team is ready to assist you in finding the perfect pear cut diamond that aligns with your preferences and requirements.
The pear-shaped diamond tends to show more color compared to the traditional round brilliant cut. This is because the color tends to gather at the pointed end of the stone. If the diamond has a significant amount of yellowish tint, it can be easily seen without any magnification. To ensure that your diamond appears white and clear, it's advisable to select one with a color grade of G or higher.
One of the key benefits of the pear cut is its ability to hide flaws, especially near the pointed tip where it's nearly impossible to spot any imperfections.