Value is important to everyone these days, including the well-to-do. (We’ve even heard that a recently-crowned princess flies coach and does her own grocery shopping.) Even the most frugal engagement ring shopper will appreciate the value of the princess cut diamond, which is currently priced on average of up to 30 percent less than traditional round diamonds.
If you’re looking for the perfect diamond for your engagement ring, consider the elegant princess cut diamond. Every diamond at Robbins Brothers comes with a Lifetime Diamond Warranty and is eligible for the upgrade program.
Visit a Robbins Brothers to see the beauty and grace of the princess cut engagement ring.
Every woman desires to feel like a princess again at some point. Whether it’s as a little girl playing dress up or as a teenager putting on her gown for prom. The desire to live like royalty can also be expressed in the diamond engagement ring a bride-to-be selects to wear for life.
The first introduction to the princess cut diamond was in London by Arpad Nagy in the early 1960s. It has been described as an inverted pyramid with four beveled sides with facets that reflect light like no other diamond shape. This alternative to the round brilliant diamond offers one spectacular way to show the world you’ve made the ultimate commitment to love.
The princess cut diamond cut has gained popularity over the years as women opt to go for unique looks.
The princess cut combines the liveliness of a round diamond and the contemporary shape of an emerald or square cut to create one of the most brilliant fancy shapes of all. The prongs are essential in the ring that sets the princess diamond at a high profile, as the corners are sharp and if not protected the diamond will chip.
Many brides choose ring settings with baguettes, trilliants or channel-set princess cut side diamonds to really show off the dazzle of the center diamond.
Celebrities have a plethora of choices when it comes to finding the perfect diamond, but year-after-year, even the most modern celebrities go for the traditional princess cut.
Actress Jaime Pressly wears a stunning three-stone engagement ring with a princess cut diamond as center stone. A halo of round pave of diamonds surround each of the three stones. Talk show host and attorney Star Jones proudly shows off her 7-carat princess cut diamond flanked by baguette and round diamonds in a platinum setting. And Disney star Hilary Duff’s engagement ring tells the world she’s all grown up: her princess cut diamond is 14 carats, and set her fiancé back a cool $1 million dollars. (She married a guy who’s really into ice: he’s pro hockey player Mike Comrie.)
Visit a Robbins Brothers to see and compare a princess cut diamond for yourself.
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