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No matter in which era you live or which region you belong to, Diamond has always been a charisma. Out of all, diamonds are the most treasured gemstones on the planet. There are various shapes of a diamond — cushion cut, round cut, emerald cut, but not many are familiar with a baguette-cut diamond.
Baguette is of French origin, meaning a thin and long French loaf. The baguette-cut diamond shape looks similar to the French Loaf, a slim, long rectangular shape cut with 14 facets.
Many have confused baguette-cut diamonds with the emerald cut as if you look from afar, both cuts look similar, but in reality, there are 50–58 facets in an emerald cut. In comparison, there are only 14 facets in baguette-cut diamonds. In addition to this, baguette-cut diamonds are thinner and extended with a slightly narrow shape than the emerald cuts.
Baguette stone was introduced as jewelry during the Art Nouveau and Art Deco era, early 20th century because of its functionality — lightweight as it demands fewer cuts than other shapes of the diamonds. Therefore, it makes each cut in a baguette stone more significant and precise.
Baguette-cut diamonds are often utilized as accent stones, and a centerpiece as the cuts are precisely thin and add the charm of any other diamond shape or match the hue of the center stone.
Baguette-cut diamond is precisely one of the unique stones that looks uncluttered and elegant. Therefore, baguette-cut diamond rings are often considered women most favored by women, as they look stunning, the shine of fire and light.
Engagement symbolizes long-term love and commitment. A diamond has become a universal symbol of love, and a baguette-cut diamond is an excellent choice for a ravishing engagement ring.
Here are the best baguette-cut diamonds engagement ring styles to choose from:
A baguette-cut diamond is elegant yet clear when paired with any stone or diamond shape. A perfect accent of modern, contemporary, and vintage. A recollection of the Art Deco era while adding minimalism. In addition to this, baguette-cut diamonds are more affordable than any other diamond cut.