Rose cut diamonds have a romantic, vintage presence rather than a more contemporary feel. Undeniably refined, rose cuts are old souls, dating back to the 1500's. Predating old mine cut and old European cut diamonds, rose cut engagement rings offer a unique look unlike their successors. You’re sure to uncover something quite extraordinary within our collection of vintage rose cut diamond rings.
With less faceting than a round brilliant diamond, and its unique flat bottom, the rose cut diamond has a softer appearance, yet offers a beautiful brilliance. These diamonds look gorgeous in any carat size, and complement any gemstones or others diamonds when paired together. Here are some unique characteristics present in every rose cut diamond you may encounter.
- Distinctive History. Rose cut diamonds were discovered by diamond cutters during the 16th century, in the 1500's, with their advancement in cutting technology.
- Original Faceting. As diamond cutters technology advanced, what began as 6 facets with a flat bottom, soon became 24 facets with a domed crown allowing for a softer sparkle.
- Classic Eras. Rose cut diamonds popularity increased, reaching its apex, during the Georgian era, and has even seen a resurgence during this decade and is considered a valuable treasure today.
- Timeless Inspirations. Rose cut diamonds are found as round, pear or oval shapes and have been designed throughout history, looking beautiful, in halo and cluster rings.
Find the Perfect Engagement Ring
Their nostalgic, sentimental style puts rose cut diamonds in a class of their own. For a ring that perfectly combines romanticism with classic elegance, discover our magnificent selection of vintage rose cut engagement rings.