Cushion cut diamond engagement rings are gaining popularity. Their classic shape with large facets and rounded edges exude a truly romantic feel. Couples who love vintage styles will find the cushion cut diamond ring to be the perfect choice. It possesses an antique flair, with a stunning yet unpretentious feel. It is a pleasant alternative to princess, oval, or emerald cuts. They can, however, be hard to find. You can design your own cushion cut diamond ring instead by finding loose cushion cut diamonds and having it set in an appropriate mounting.
You’ll be able to find vintage or antique cushion cut engagement rings in family heirloom collections, pawn shops or estate sales. There are also plenty of online sellers specializing in offering cushion cut engagement rings.
Different length-to-width ratios can make a cushion cut diamond ring appear more oval than round. To help you decide which type of cushion cut you prefer, here are a few celebrities and the different cushion cut rings they wear.
Celebrities Wearing Cushion Cut Rings
Producer Scott Stuber had a hand in designing his fiancé, Molly Sims’ one-of-a-kind engagement ring. The micro pave setting lets smaller diamonds sit closer together, in an elegant halo around the large diamond, and across the band.
Giuliana Rancic, E! News co-anchor, wears a 4-carat cushion cut engagement ring. It displays a triple micro pave band, with split shank, for a more vintage look. Giuliana’s diamond features a slightly squarer shape, bordered with a diamond halo to accent its softness.
Miley Cyrus’ engagement ring is set in 18k carat yellow gold with intricate art nouveau detailing. Although her engagement with Liam Hemsworth is over, her 3.5 carat cushion shaped diamond is rumored to be worth $100,000.
Actor, producer, director, and screenwriter Ben Affleck proposed to Jennifer Garner with a 4.5-carat cushion cut. Estimated to be worth $500,000, it is set in solitaire platinum. Cushion cut rings, especially those with a longer shape, flatter the finger. They are stunning, brilliant, and timeless. Not only suitable for prominent celebrities, they are a forerunner in diamond cuts for most.