Asscher – Often called a square emerald cut, the Asscher has trimmed corners and is a very visually attractive style of diamond. Cushion – An old style cut but one that has seen a resurgence in popularity recently, the cushion cut diamond is a great choice for romantics. Emerald – This trap cut diamond has a rectangular shape which has the appearance of an endless mirror and is a classic and stylish cut. Heart – While not common in engagement rings, the heart-shaped diamond is often found in necklaces and earrings. The right diamond can look spectacular in a ring. Marquise – An elongated oval shape, the marquise cut often looks bigger than diamonds of the same weight making it a great choice for those looking for something really unique. Oval – For those with small hands the oval cut is a great choice as it can help give the illusion of length to the hand. Pear – A cross between an oval and marquise the pear shape is a flattering cut for those with slim fingers and really stands out from the crowd. Princess – A brilliant cut diamond with sharp corners the Princess cut is known as a fancy shape and is a great alternative to a round diamond. Radiant – Offering similar brilliance and fire of a round cut diamond the radiant cut is a great choice for those looking for maximum sparkle. Round – The most popular diamond shape, the round brilliant cut diamond is a classic and one that is sure to impress.