Asscher Engagement Rings

Are you interested in asscher engagement rings? If you are looking for an extraordinary and exclusive design of a diamond engagement ring, Asscher engagement rings are worth to check out. A lot of people are choosing this kind of cut because of its distinctive design and stylish look. 


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Asscher cut diamond engagement rings are like an emerald cut, the only difference is the shape; an emerald cut is rectangular while the Asscher cut is square. Other people refer to the Asscher cut as a square emerald cut because of this resemblance. 

The elaborate designs of Asscher diamond rings are characterized by the following: the top section of the stone or crown is lofty, the flat facet across the top or table is small, and the tapered band of facets underneath the crown or girdle has cut corners. 

Founded in 1854 by the Asscher family in Amsterdam, the Royal Asscher Diamond Company fashioned this kind of diamond cut. This cut was designed in 1902 by Joseph Isaac Asscher, who in fact was the one who cut the world's largest diamond, the 3,015 carat Cullinan diamond The Asscher Cut was the first signature cut to be patented. 

In 2001, through the use of advanced technology, the cut was developed with new conditions and extra facets that give an additional brilliance to the stone. The Asscher cut are now in demand just like most popular cut of diamonds and most celebrities are looking forward on wearing Asscher engagement rings. 

You need to pay close attention to the quality of the stone if you're buying Asscher Engagement Rings. Because of its large dimension, it's easy to see any imperfections with the naked eye. You must be keen in observing the color, too. You should pick a stone that is near to colorless as possible. 

Check if that diamond is registered with the High Council for Diamonds or the Gemological Institute of America, you can be sure that the Asscher engagement rings that you are buying has been cut properly and in accordance with the patent associated with the Asscher cut if it is registered. 

After picking the perfect stone, you should now pay attention to the setting. There are several settings good for an Asscher wedding rings; one of the most popular is the four-prong setting. This setting is popular because it allows more light to get to the stone with its increased height, giving it more radiance. You can also consider the vintage style of setting on which you can have your Asscher Cut center stone accentuated by other gemstones. Vintage asscher engagement rings and asscher antique engagement rings are popular as well as new asscher cut engagement rings. 

For a bride-to-be, Asscher engagement rings are a timeless cut that will have its uniqueness and elegance remains through the years.