When it comes to a ring with an emerald, the first thing to think about is the cut. The most spectacular angular octagon or radiant, as well as oval – classic or cushion. The pear is also very popular, but this option is more appropriate at a gala event or red carpet.
An emerald is usually accompanied by diamonds that accentuate its rich hue – either in the form of a path or “hugging” it. Wide rings often feature rows of strict baguette-cut diamonds on both sides – this shape emphasizes the size of the emerald, visually making it even larger.