The Emerald cut. So elegant! This stone cut dates back to the 1500s, making it one of the oldest cuts. During the 1920s, it gained popularity for its clean lines and Art Deco style. The Emerald cut is different than most other cuts, because it is created using open step cut facets. This creates the signature flash and gleam, rather than the traditional sparkle. The oblong, symmetrical shape is flattering on most hands as it makes fingers look longer and more elegant. So gorgeous!
The simplicity of this ring has a subtle vintage flair from the Emerald cut stone, but the classic accented band makes this style feel ageless. It will always be in style (just like your love!).
This design is an updated take on a three stone design. Three Emerald cut stones in simple basket settings create ultra clean lines. It’s a bold, unique look that is contemporary without feeling too trendy.
Like the Rhapsody, this ring is an interpretation of a three stone design. This Emerald cut center stone is flanked by two Triangle cut accents that create a wide silhouette, almost like an East-West style.
This necklace walks the fine line between trendy and timeless. The elegance of the Emerald cut feels classic, while the unexpected horizontal orientation feels fresh and modern. Wear this beauty daily.
These drops have a distinct 1920s vibe created by their unusual shape and punctuated by the Emerald cut stones at the bottom. We love them for brides and special occasions that call for a little extra sparkle.
If a halo design can be subtle, the Bristol necklace is it. The Emerald cut center contrasts with the sparkling halo, and the oblong shape will elongate your neckline. Pair with a simple tee shirt or your favorite dress.
This is not your average eternity band. Tiny Emerald cut stones are set side by side in an unbroken band that flashes and catches the light. Wear this band when you want to add some pizzazz to your look.