Transitional Cut Engagement
Transitional cut diamonds bridge the gap between old European cuts and what we know as the modern round brilliant cut! With 57-58 facets, these stones have a smaller culet than older cuts, a shallower pavilion, an unfaceted pavilion, and more symmetry. They came about in the 1920’s and rose to popularity in the 30’s and 40’s but are still used today! A wonderful alternative to contemporary stones with distinct character!