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IBRAGGIOTTI FINE JEWELRY
A Three Stone Step Cut Engagement Ring
Emerald cut antique diamond rings are beautiful settings that highlight the Unique settings of
new york prices new York qualities of emerald cut stones. Since the step cuts accentuate the clarity
of a stone, an antique setting with extra detail and side stones adds brilliance and depth to the
piece. Each emerald antique engagement ring is designed to be work for years. Emerald cut
diamonds rectangular shapes, makes them step cut stones. They are set apart from other shapes,
such as pear or marquise.
These three stone step cut pieces make beautiful engagement rings. The term “emerald cut”
originated from the cutting of the true gemstone, emerald, which later was applied to diamonds.
It refers to a step cut in a rectangular shape with clipped-off corners. Compared to round cut it is
less fiery and brilliant but tends to radiate broader, intense flashes of light.
Emerald cut diamond engagement rings create an edge through its big flat table situated at the
top of the ring. Such large facet highlights the diamond’s clarity and beauty. However, emerald
cut antique diamond rings can be obtained in extremely fine qualities as well as in very
affordable prices. Before thinking of getting wedding rings, Fine bridal jewelry new York wedding
bands or any bridal rings, try these promise rings first. Have your fiancée ware it with matching
diamond earrings which will look gracefully sophisticated on her. Looking for the brand with the
finest quality? Do your smart shopping at iBraggiotti Fine Jewelry.
iBraggiotti Fine Jewelry
1470 First Ave., Ste. 6F
New York, NY 10075
P: (212) 481-2244