Asscher cut diamonds are almost similar to the emerald shape, except it is squareSHOP ALL ASSCHER DIAMOND
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Though the terms may seem interchangeable, they are far from it. The cut of a diamond refers specifically to its sparkle effect, or light reflection, the color shown within the diamond, and its symmetry. A diamond’s shape refers to the design in which the gem was cut into.
Asscher shaped diamonds are typically found on the lower end as a more affordable option.
Similar to the emerald shape, the asscher shape was most popular during the 1920’s. This shape was first created in 1902 by the I. J. Asscher Diamond Company, a Dutch diamond company named after its founder, Joseph Isaac Asscher.
Imagine a room full of mirrors and lights. Facets are the smooth surfaces all over the diamond, reflecting light, creating sparkle, and showing off the geometrical pattern of the diamond shape. The modern asscher shape reveals 58 facets throughout its unique design.
Resembling the emerald shape, the asscher shape presents a step cut on the sides. It has a smaller top surface than the emerald shape and has cropped corners.
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