- Nov 12, 2011
Thritto, the curves of the split suit the elongation of your pearMissGotRocks|1455881865|3992846 said:While I like both of them, I voted for the Anne-Marie with the split shank because I think it provides more balance for an elongated stone. Should be beautiful - love your pear!
Yssie said:Just realised I missed part of the vote!
I'd do full-cuts with your pear, personally: they'll create a more visibly defined outline with more contrast than single cuts would, which in this case IMO will invite you to focus on the gorgeous and unique faceting of the pear nestled inside
What does VC recommend?
Your ring is simply amazing and I hope you don't mind me using your picture as inspiration!anne_h|1455939306|3993177 said:I have to vote for the Anne-Marie of course!
All kidding aside, I agree with the others that this style will flatter your stone. Your pear is lovely BTW.
Hi ringsearching- the tilt is something I have to ask Victor - I hope he does tilt! Yssie posted this in a thread ages ago: in very small sizes (melee) full cuts w/ their teeny tiny facets (and therefore teeny tiny virtual facets) produce so many teeny tiny sparkles that the human eye is unable to resolve them - single cuts shine here because the eye can distinguish and appreciate the fewer but larger, bolder outputs.ringsearching|1455918902|3993052 said:It will look lovely! Someone posted a while back with an emerald cut VC that looked like the annemarie style. What is the difference between each type of cut? And for the anne marie does he tilt the halo a but down like he does for the emilya?
Thank you Acinom!! Such a devine ring!Acinom|1456161126|3994009 said:I have chosen single cuts for my Victor Canera ring...
And never regretted it.
Could you ask Victor to send you an enlarged photo of the two cuts side by side?