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        DIAMOND & MOISSANITE CARAT SIZES SHOWN ON THE HAND

        Below are images of incremental carat sizes in every center-stone shape, shown on a hand model with a ring size of 5.75. Each stone is set into a ring and please note these are only close approximates as center-stone dimensions and length/width ratios can vary on stone by stone basis. At Lauren B we aim to give our clients the most well cut stones that achieve a balance of large face-up dimensions and high levels of sparkle.  See below or watch this video here

        Below are images of incremental carat sizes in every center-stone shape, shown on a hand model with a ring size of 5.75. 

        Round

        Round brilliants have the most precise, consistent cutting style therefore the dimensions below will be very accurate when based on an excellent cut stone.

        • 0.50 CT (5.5 MM)

        • 0.75 CT (6 MM)

        • 1.0 CT (6.5 MM)

        • 1.25 CT (7.0 MM)

        • 1.50 CT (7.4 MM)

        • 1.75 CT (7.75 MM)

        • 2.0 CT (8.15 MM)

        • 2.25 CT (8.45 MM)

        • 2.75 CT (8.75 MM)

        • 3.0 CT (9.3 MM)

        • 4.0 CT (10.2 MM)

        • 5.0 CT (11 MM)

        Cushion Square

        The below examples are based on the hybrid cushion brilliant which offers a large face-up appearance and a crisp sparkle. Shown here are stones with a perfectly square length to width ratio of 1:1.

        • 0.50 CT (4.6 MM)

        • 0.75 CT (5.1 MM)

        • 1.0 CT (5.7 MM)

        • 1.25 CT (6.2 MM)

        • 1.50 CT (6.6 MM)

        • 1.70 CT (7 MM)

        • 2.0 CT (7.4 MM)

        • 2.50 CT (8 MM)

        • 3.0 CT (8.5 MM)

        • 4.0 CT (9 MM)

        Cushion Elongated

        The below examples are based on the hybrid cushion brilliant which offers a large face-up appearance and a crisp sparkle. Shown here are stones with a rectangular length to width ratio of 1.1:1.

        • 1.0 CT (6.1X5.4)

        • 1.25 CT (6.5X5.8)

        • 1.50 CT (7.1X6.3)

        • 1.75 CT (7.4X6.6)

        • 2.0 CT (7.8X7)

        • 2.50 CT (8.5X7.6)

        • 3.0 CT (9X8.1)

        • 4.0 CT (9.7X8.7)

        Oval

        This shape can vary greatly by length to width ratio and its depth percentage. The examples here are based on a desirable length to width ratio of around 1.4:1 and a well-proportioned stone in terms of depth.

        • 1.0 CT (7.8x5.7)

        • 1.25 CT (8.4x6.1)

        • 1.50 CT (9x6.5)

        • 1.70 CT (9.5x6.9)

        • 2.0 CT (10x7.2)

        • 2.25 CT (10.3x7.4)

        • 2.5 CT (10.5x7.6)

        • 3.0 CT (11.4x8.2)

        • 4.0 CT (12.5x9)

        PEAR

        This cut is elongated by nature and shown here are ones with a desirable length to width ratio of approximately 1.55:1 and well balanced depth/table proportions.

        • 0.75 CT (7.8x5)

        • 1.0 CT (8.9x5.7)

        • 1.25 CT (9.4x6)

        • 1.50 CT (10x6.4)

        • 1.70 CT (10.6x6.8)

        • 2.0 CT (11.1x7.1)

        • 2.50 CT (11.6x7.5)

        • 3.0 CT (12.4x8)

        • 4.0 CT (14x9)

        Emerald

        This step cut shape can have varying degrees of length to width ratios within an acceptable range of 1.2:1 for a wider look, and up to a more slender appearance at 1.45:1. Below are examples of stones that fall towards the middle of this range.

        • .50 CT (5.2x4)

        • .75 CT (6.3x4.8)

        • 1.0 CT (6.8x5.2)

        • 1.25 CT (7.2x5,5)

        • 1.50 CT (7.6x5.8)

        • 1.70 CT (7.9x6.1)

        • 2.0 CT (8.5x6.5)

        • 3.0 CT (9.6x7.3)

        • 4.0 CT (10.6x8.1)

        Elongated Radiant

        This shape can have varying degrees of length to width ratios within an acceptable range of 1.2:1 for a wider look, and up to a more slender appearance at 1.45. Below are examples of stones that fall towards the middle of this range.

        • 0.50 CT (5.2x4)

        • 1.0 CT (6.8x5.2)

        • 1.25 CT (7.2x5.5)

        • 1.50 CT (7.6x5.8)

        • 1.70 CT (7.9x6.1)

        • 2.0 CT (8.5x6.5)

        • 2.5 CT (9.1x7)

        • 3.0 CT (9.6x7.3)

        • 4.0 CT (10.6x8.1)

        Princess

        One of the few shapes that are meant to only be square by nature, its sharp corners and fiery sparkle give it a distinct appearance.

        • 0.50 CT (4.5)

        • 0.75 CT (5.1)

        • 1.0 CT (5.6)

        • 1.25 CT (6.0)

        • 1.50 CT (6.4)

        • 2.0 CT (7.0)

        • 3.0 CT (8.1)

        Marquise

        The most elongated of all the shapes, the examples below show marquise stones with length to width ratios of around 1.9:1.

        • 0.50 CT (8.2x4.3)

        • 1.0 CT (10.2x5.3)

        • 1.50 CT (11.7x6.1)

        • 2.0 CT (13x6.8)

        Heart

        This romantic of shape features a pointed tip and two arches at the top separated by a distinctive cleft.

        Asscher

        Also known as a square emerald cut, this is the second shape which is truly square by nature. Unlike the princess cut, it features cut corners and step cut faceting.

        • 0.50 CT (4.5)

        • 1.0 CT (5.6)

        • 1.50 CT (6.4)

        • 2.0 CT (7.0)

        • 3.0 CT (8.1)

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