Princess Cut Rings
Characteristics of Princess Cut RingsThe princess cut is the second most popular cut for diamonds with its distinctive square shape, right behind the brilliant round. The geometric cut offers the same amount of sparkle as the round without having to sacrifice its unique look. This square styling first came onto the scene in the 1960s, offering both femininity and architectural style with its shimmering surface and sharp corners. Whether it is set in a solitaire setting or flanked by other stones, the princess cut is sure to make a striking, fashionable statement for the modern bride.
Popular Princess Cut Ring CollectionsAll of Tacori’s engagement ring collections can fit any diamond cut; however, a few highlight the princess cut in the best light. For example, find a perfect pairing in the RoyalT collection for the bride who knows she is a queen. The princess cut diamond is not out of place in this collection full of glamorous heirloom-worthy rings. On the other hand, Sculpted Crescent rings are sleek and modern with bezel-set side stones, which is a match made in heaven for the contemporary princess cut. The Ribbon collection houses intertwining shanks reminiscent of a satin ribbon. The princess cut ties the look together with smooth lines meeting the geometric center stone for a visually interesting and exciting piece.
Designer Simon G. uses the latest technology and his keen creative eye to create stunning rings that push the boundaries of contemporary design. The Passion collection’s princess cut rings are encased in a shimmering halo with a luxe, thick band. These statement pieces are made all the more beautiful with their bold designs. Stand out even more with a pink diamond center stone. The Classic Romance collection houses delicate interlaced bands contrasted beautifully with the princess cuts' sharp lines for a free-flowing aesthetic. Designer Peter Storm’s Diverse halo rings live up to its name with a range of creatively enclosed princess cut diamonds.