Every jeweler has seen radiant cut diamonds that look good on the GIA report, but not in person. In-store jewelers get the first pick of diamonds.... Where do you think the others end up? That's a large part of what online retailers bank on. Some stones simply don't display as well as you think they should.

This page will outline incredibly important tips to ensure you choose a Radiant Cut Diamond that MAXIMIZES SPARKLE!

Radiant Cut Halo Ring - Vanessa Nicole Jewels

TIP 1: Setting The Diamonds SUPER close together will maximize the overall sparkle on the ring. 

Take a look at the image below to see how close I set these diamonds. By using a microscope and hand-selecting each diamond to color match, this will ensure even coloring, and incredible sparkle factor on a custom ring:

Check out how CLOSE these diamonds are set together on this custom ring

TIP 2: Planning to get a HALO ring? Watch the video below.  

Part of what makes a halo ring spectacular is when the center diamond is set close to the halo to ensure seamless sparkle.  If the diamond is raised high off of the halo, there can be a dark air gap. which your eye will automatically focus on. Watch the video below to learn more about this:

An elongated radiant cut diamond on this custom ring

TIP 3: Radiant cut diamonds have the advantage of appearing larger due to their elongated shape.  Radiant cuts come in various ratios, so you can determine if you prefer more body to the diamond, or if you prefer it to be more elongated like the one in the video below:

Radiant Cut Halo Ring - Two Tone Engagement Ring - Vanessa Nicole Jewels

Two-tone diamond radiant cut ring

Below are a few examples of Radiant Cut diamond ring styles:

The main difference between Radiant Cuts & Emerald Cuts is the faceting style, which is explained in the video below:

Below are a few examples of Radiant Cut Diamond Size & Qualities. We will create your own personalized Diamond Selection for your custom ring.

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