Princess Cut Engagement Rings

Princess-cut engagement rings truly are rings fit for royalty thanks to their square shape and unmatched brilliant sparkle.

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Princess Cut Engagement Rings

Daring yet stylish, the princess-cut engagement ring is for a loved one who wants maximum sparkle yet a modern design. Clean lines and shine galore characterize the princess cut. Add to that an enduring popularity, and you have a classic-yet unique engagement ring solution that sits comfortably on the top of everyone's wish list.

Simply put, it’s hard to go wrong with a princess-cut engagement ring.

What are Princess-Cut Engagement Rings?

A princess-cut diamond features a square top, four beveled sides, and a point similar to an upside-down pyramid beneath the surface of the ring. Able to stand out on its own in a solitaire setting or outshine every ring in the room with a halo or multi-stone design, the princess cut is the perfect choice for the modern woman.

Clean Origin’s Selection Of Princess Engagement Rings

At Clean Origin, you can find a stunning lab created diamond that features top grades within the 4C categories. This way, you can be sure that the princess-cut diamond you select will shine alongside the setting to create a beautiful ring or bridal set your fiancée will love.

Our lab created diamonds are also ethically sourced, so you can shop guilt-free.

How to Shop for a Princess-Cut Engagement Ring

The princess-cut engagement ring is a unique style that lends itself to a great deal of personalization. But it can also be hard to know exactly how to customize this stone shape in a way that works for you. So to help you out, here is a simple guide to buying a princess-cut diamond ring.

Consider The Cut

Unlike round-cut diamonds, princess-cut diamonds are not judged by industry-wide standards that define their cut grades. When choosing a princess-cut diamond, you’ll have to look carefully and compare the stones to see if they have the level of sparkle that you think your loved one would prefer.

Make It Simple Or Spectacular

Princess-cut diamonds are very versatile. Set the stone in yellow-gold on a simple platinum band, and the stone will shine in the spotlight. Or, surround it with smaller pave diamonds on a rose gold band, and the diamond will be fit for royalty. Whatever your significant other’s style, you’ll easily find the perfect princess-cut diamond and setting combination.

Bonus Stone For Your Buck

Because the typical princess stone uses an impressive 80% uncut stone, princess-cut diamonds often cost less than other cuts. This means you can get a larger princess-cut stone for the same budget as you had for a smaller size of a different cut diamond.

Protect With Prongs

If your loved one is particularly active, choosing a setting that protects the princess-cut stone’s sharp corners may make sense. A V-prong or similar setting will keep the stone safe while emphasizing the unique beauty of the princess cut.

History of Princess-Cut Engagement Rings

The princess-cut diamond shape was first invented in 1961 by cutter Arpad Nagy in England. First dubbed the “profile” cut, the shape quickly became popular due to its economy and striking appearance. Later, it peaked in popularity in the 80s and 90s.

The stunning shine and striking lines of the princess-cut diamond create a pleasing aesthetic to make this shape more than just a passing trend. The princess-cut diamond engagement ring continues to enjoy popularity today.

Celebrities With Princess Engagement Rings

If you are looking for some inspiration from a familiar source, you might be interested to read about these celebrities who have opted for princess-cut diamond engagement rings.

Kate Bosworth

Michael Polish pulled out all the stops when asking American actress Kate Bosworth for her hand, with an exquisite princess-cut engagement ring. Kate’s princess-cut diamond rests in a solitaire setting on a platinum ring.

Sarah Michelle Gellar

A gift from fiancé Freddie Prinze when he popped the question in April 2001, Sarah Michelle Gellar’s princess engagement ring is as timeless as their marriage. The 3-carat princess-cut diamond ring is reportedly worth $100,000.

Star Jones

One of the original co-hosts of The View, Star, received a stunning ring from her first husband, Al Reynolds. Her seven-carat princess-cut diamond was flanked by baguette and round French-set diamonds.

Hilary Duff

Hilary and her first husband, Mike Comrie, may not be together anymore, but their princess engagement ring is a beauty. Her 4.5-carat princess-cut diamond was reportedly worth $300,000.

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