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Blog posts of '2016' 'June'

Pear Shape Diamonds

The pear shape diamond is also referred to (although less commonly) as the teardrop diamond. This shape of diamond was very popular during the Renaissance.  A man named, Louis van Berquem of Brugge of Belgium was the first to develop the shape and cut of the pear diamond  in 1458. History has also accredited him with being responsible for creating the 137 carat Floretine Diamond for the Valois Family.

Marquise Shaped Diamond

If you are in the market for a diamond – or think that you will be soon, then this is the blog for you. At Beverly Hills Jewelers, our goal is to educate people on what to look for when selecting a diamond. 

Oval Shaped Diamonds

In the past few blogs that we have written, we have been reviewing various shapes of diamonds. For a new diamond researcher, you may have been under the impression that there were only a couple of diamond shapes to choose from. 

Emerald Cut Diamonds

When selecting a diamond or diamond ring, there are many variables and many options. Without being armed with the proper knowledge, it is very easy to become overwhelmed with the shape, carat, clarity, color, cut...

Radiant Cut Diamonds

If you have been keeping up with our blog, then by now you should be well versed in what to look for when buying a diamond or diamond ring. 

Cushion Cut Diamonds

If you have been keeping up with our blog, then by now you are well versed in the four C’s of diamonds, as well as some of the main differences in different types of metals (aside from color).

Princess Cut Diamonds

You might be wondering what makes a single diamond shape more popular than others. – That is a great question. Like fashion, there are trends in jewelry – however the trend of the princess cut seems to be here to stay.

Brilliant Cut Diamonds

So you have made the decision to pop the question – the rest should be easy and downhill from there, right? For those armed with information about engagement rings and diamonds, this is true.