Round Cut Rings
Characteristics of Round Cut Engagement RingsRound-cut diamonds are the most popular diamonds in the world. Which, of course, begs the question why that’s the case. Round-cut diamonds are cut with 57 facets, and that remarkable number of planes carved in the stone allow light to be captured and refracted unlike any other cut. The result of this is a diamond that sparkles and radiates with a sheer rainbow of inner fire. At Rogers Jewelry Company, there are very few engagement rings that we love more than those made with round-cut diamonds, and these rings form a dazzling cornerstone of our selection of engagement rings.
Popular Round Cut Ring Collections at Rogers Jewelry Co.The A. Jaffe Art Deco and Seasons of Love collections really highlight the beauty of round-cut diamonds. The Art Deco collection, for instance, brings vintage craftsmanship to modern jewelry, featuring intricate flower designs and quilted inner faces, as well as turn-of-the-century milgrain edges. Seductive curves, marriages of two-tone gold, and soft flowing bands all typify the Seasons of Love collection, whose romantic offerings speak to the promise of forever love that comes with an engagement ring. The Sylvie round cut engagement rings also celebrate the beauty of love: The absolute treasure trove of round-cut diamonds that this atelier designer uses in its engagement rings capture light in halos, in side-stone arrangements, and so on, refracting them endlessly between each other.
Along those same lines, the Namaste and Heaven’s Gates collections from Scott Kay are hand-crafted with so round-cut diamonds that it’s almost like wearing rings crafted entirely from a single perfect jewel. The Namaste collection features bold lines and pairings of metals and split bands to symbolize a union of two lovers; the Heaven’s Gates collection was inspired by the ancient architecture of Europe, its platinum or 18k gold arches a pathway to a joyous marriage. Don’t overlook the excellence of Hearts on Fire, either! The extraordinary diamond company crafts its engagement rings with the goal of drawing every eye to the round-cut versions of the “world’s most perfectly cut diamond.”