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Lab Grown Pear Shaped Diamonds

With a pear shaped diamond, you get a classic feel with a modern twist.

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What Is a Pear Shaped Diamond?

A pear shaped diamond (also called “teardrop diamond”) features one rounded end and one sharply pointed end. The pear shaped stone is an elongated shape made of a unique mix of round brilliant and marquise shapes.

Suited to those with a cutting edge style, pear engagement rings are one of the most modern choices for an engagement ring. Pear cut diamonds are also one of the most versatile diamond shapes available.

Pear diamonds can be worn with the tip of the teardrop pointing toward the wearer’s fingernails or toward the palm — and are sometimes even mounted sideways in an East West setting.

A pear shaped diamond is the perfect way to have the stunning brilliance of a round diamond with the unique style of a new shape.

Your next solitaire ring will shine like no other with a pear cut diamond.

Is a Pear Shaped Engagement Ring More Expensive?

You can expect to pay more for round diamonds than any other diamond shapes. A pear shaped diamond, however, costs more than other fancy shapes. A pear diamonds sparkle is a worthy investment, though.

Find the pear diamond in one of our compatible designs. Try it as a bezel setting in our gorgeously unique ring, the Aurelia, in a range of metal colors.

You may even prefer two other stones alongside your pear diamond, as seen in our Classic 3 Stone Ring. Customize your ring to be one of a kind for your style and budgeting preferences.

To keep your investment bright for longer, keep it clean and safely away in a jewelry box when not in use.

Which Way Should Pear Cut Diamond Engagement Ring Point?

You may be wondering how to wear your pear shaped engagement ring. With its characteristic elongated shape, a pear cut diamond can face two ways.

Traditionally, the point should face away from a paired wedding band.

Many wear their pear shaped rings with the point facing the fingernail to prevent anything from catching on the tip. Others feel that wearing the point facing the wrist elongates the fingers more.

It doesn't matter which way you wear your pear shaped diamond as long as it reflects your true style and preference.

Moreover, there are East West options to set such a unique diamond shape to avoid this conundrum. Find this option in our Arielle Ring for reference, and browse other elongated shapes like our emerald cut, oval cut, or marquise cut in this setting too.

Clean Origin’s Pear Shaped Engagement Rings

Within our curated collection of dozens of pear shaped engagement rings, you’ll find the perfect stone to align with your partner's preferences–and your budget.

Then, you can choose a setting to frame the pear shaped diamond and help that new rock shine from our solitaire, halo, classic, and timeless vintage collections.

We also have a wide selection of bands available in platinum, 14K rose gold, 14K or 18K yellow gold, and 14K or 18K white gold.

A matching band can compliment your engagement ring without overshadowing it. Opt for one of our bridal sets to find the perfect duo.

Whether you decide on the streamlined look of a solitaire ring or the intricate design of a vintage setting, the pear shaped diamond will thrill your partner for years to come.


Pear Shaped Diamonds - The 4 C’s

Cut — Diamond shape refers to its physical appearance, while the cut refers to how well the diamond’s features interact with light. Because pear diamonds are a “fancy” cut, they are not graded.

However, one good rule of thumb is that when you look at a pear diamond, it should have close to the same sparkle that a round brilliant-cut diamond would because they both have 58 facets.

Clarity — Like many fancy-cut diamonds, pear diamonds need to be scrutinized for clarity or the number of inclusions and blemishes in a stone.

Each diamond has a grade ranging from SI2 (having the largest amount) to VVS1 (having the least).

Pear cut diamonds have the tendency to show a bow tie effect—a shadow in the center of the diamond. Similar to oval diamonds, this is just a talking point to discuss with one of our diamond experts.

Color — Like most fancy shapes, pear diamonds retain their color, making it more obvious if the color is on the warmer side of the scale.

If your loved one prefers whiter diamonds, stick to an H color grade or higher.

Also, be aware that larger pear shaped diamonds may appear to darken slightly towards the point of the stone; this will likely not be an issue for smaller pear diamonds.

However, for larger options, such as 3, 4, or even 5 carat pear shaped diamonds, it may be more noticeable unless you choose a higher color grade.

Carat — As with many diamond shapes, a pear shaped diamond is likely to be more eye-catching the larger it is.

However, pear diamonds often look larger than they should for their carat weight thanks to their larger spread.

A pear shaped diamond that is of a lower carat weight than a round brilliant diamond, for example, may appear larger simply because it is longer.

This means you can enjoy a diamond that looks bigger without having to increase your budget.


Tips for Buying Pear Shaped Diamonds

Your loved one can already achieve versatile looks by switching which way they wear their teardrop, but pear diamonds are even more personalized than that.

Your partner can also have the exact pear shape that fits their aesthetic.

Pear diamonds come in modified shapes, from an elongated pear shape to a slightly thick one for a bolder look.

This makes pear shaped engagement rings even more customizable and unique.

Whichever style they prefer, ensure their stone lies within a length to width ratio of about 1.4–1.7 to ensure it isn’t too narrow or too squat.

Lab Grown Pear Shaped Diamonds

When you compare lab grown diamonds with mined diamonds, you will look for the same qualities in clarity, color, and carat.

The two types of stones have identical chemical constructions and appearances, but because lab grown pear diamonds rely on a shorter supply chain, they are priced 20-30% lower. The premier difference between the two is their origin.

Lab grown diamond engagement rings do not have the same conflict and unethical origins that mined diamond engagement rings do.

With us, you can purchase gorgeous pear shaped diamonds with the comfort of knowing you are not contributing to the harm caused by diamond mining.

Use that extra breathing room to further personalize your partner's pear shaped ring with an intricate setting, or even add a carat to the center stone and take their breath away.

For more information about the advantages of lab grown diamonds, click below.


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