Materials: Gold, Palladium, Platinum, Rose gold, White gold
Gem color: Blue
Style: Art deco
Can be personalized
Made to order
The leaf ring separates into a double-leafed vine wrapped around the moonstone, describing a scene of the twigs encircling the moon. This idea is from the strong connection between twigs and water. The branch’s desire for water signifies your desire to have her for the rest of your life. Delicate side stones on the twigs emphasize the fine detail and thin, crisp lines of the ring, highlighting the center stone.
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METAL: available in 14k or 18k solid yellow gold, white gold, rose gold
( Please contact us directly for palladium or platinum.)
~~~CENTER STONE DETAILS~~~
TYPE: Moonstone SIZE: 6*8mm SHAPE: Pear shaped
~~~ACCENT STONE DETAILS~~~
TYPE: Moissanite or real diamonds SIZE: 2*4mm & 1.5mm SHAPE: Marquise & round cut
When picking engagement rings, consider the cut of the center stone. True, every cut is unique and reflects the wearer’s personality, but oval cut and emerald cut moissanite looks particularly beautiful on almost all hand shapes and sizes.
Similar to a round diamond, an oval cut moissanite is round but slightly elongated. It is a beautiful fusion of two diamonds with a flanked center and is most commonly sought in three-stone rings. When cut to perfection, the stone’s brilliance shines right through.
Also known as a step-cut diamond, an emerald cut moissanite comes with fewer facets (25 to be exact) than a round cut moissanite. The emerald cut is usually in a square or rectangular shape and has tapered corners. Since an emerald cut has fewer facets, the moissanite has a limited surface to reflect light it.
However, this does not make emerald cut engagement rings less desirable. It is most popular among those looking for something unique and enchanting. Moreover, they are one of the most popular heirlooms in moissanite engagement ring history.
If your significant other is all about glamour and elegance, an emerald cut ring is a style for her! Thanks to its flat surface, lean facets, and extended sides, the stone has more potential to flaunt its clarity. Although it may be limited in terms of brilliance, it surely makes up for it in elegance!
Should You Choose an Oval or Emerald Cut Ring?
Deciding on an oval versus emerald cut engagement ring involves knowing the traits that determine their overall performance as the center stone on a ring.
Here are some guidelines to help you know whether to choose an oval or emerald cut.
You should choose an oval cut if:
You want a moissanite that has many qualities in common with round cuts but costs less per carat
You’re interested in an alternative to the most popular cuts but don’t want to sacrifice brilliance
Its overall shape is appealing to you, and you want a stone that effectively hides blemishes.
You should consider an emerald cut if:
You aren’t interested in moissanite with strong light performance
You want rectangular moissanite with large facets
By comparing oval and emerald cuts, and pairing them with multiple styles of settings, you can discover the perfect ring for you.
Have you decided which cut of engagement ring to choose by the end of the article? If you have decided and need to buy a ring, we can give you a great suggestion. MollyjewelryUS has a wide range of sizes for you to choose from. Our designers will also provide you with great service and solve all your problems along the way. You are more than welcome to shop with us!