Heart Lab Diamond Rings

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Heart Lab Diamond Rings
If you love sparkle, a lab grown Heart diamond ring is a wonderful choice of shape when it comes to brilliance and fire. The gentle and endearing Heart cut diamond is one of the most scintillating jewel designs and the epitome of romance.

Heart diamond rings date back to the 16th century, where the first truly well-known Heart diamond ring was gifted to Queen Elizabeth in 1562 by Mary Queen of Scots.

Nowadays, it is loved by the likes of Lady Gaga, Avril Lavigne, Nicki Minaj and Gwen Stefani to name a few, being a popular choice for engagement rings amongst the A-List celebrities due to their girly yet edgy style.
Choosing the Perfect Heart Lab Diamond
Choosing the perfect Heart Cut lab diamond for your engagement ring is slightly more difficult than selecting a Round Brilliant Cut diamond, for example, since the certification does not give any indication for how the stone will sparkle. Since a Heart Cut diamond is a fancy shape, it’s cut grade is not stated on the certificate. The certificate for fancy shapes gives the grades for the colour and clarity but how the diamonds actually look is not indicated. This is because standard cut parameters are unachievable due to the complex and unique structure of fancy cuts.

One of the main things to look for in a Heart lab diamond is no bowtie. The bowtie effect in a Heart diamond can detract from the shape, so cutters try to minimise this by ensuring every facet reflects as much light as possible.

In terms of length:width ratio, the best for a Heart lab diamond is as close to 1 as possible. To calculate the ratio, you divide the length by the width; for example, an 6.0mm x 6.0mm Heart Cut diamond will have a ratio of 1.

You need to ensure that you can view a video of a Heart shaped diamond and ideally get it reviewed by an expert before you buy. At Ethica, we are very happy to take a look at the cut quality of the Heart diamond and advise you accordingly; just get in touch and we will be happy to help.

We have a collection of Heart engagement rings, as listed below, as well as the option to purchase a loose Heart Ethica Diamond or a loose Heart lab grown diamond.