Cushions are soft-cornered stone shapes that have a wide interpretation. Some are short and thick like a cushion, some almost square and some rectangle in shape. There are cushion-cut stones that look very close to the old miner cut, some with vintage style "fat facets" and open culets (pronounced Q-lets) and still more with that crushed ice look. I think they are among the most difficult to judge or even imagine without a picture because of the immense variety of cut interpretations.
can you get pics and an aset? numbers just really don''t mean anything with cushions, although personally i have found to prefer stones where the table % is smaller than the depth. the table on the stone above is on the large size for me. But again, pics and vendor eyes plus your own are really the only way to judge a cushion. my suggestion would be to contact Mark T at engagementringsdirect with your budget and what type of cushion you are looking for. antique (chuncky facets) or more modern. I see you also mentioned the novo in your other thread which in that case the square H&A stones from Goodoldgold are as close as you''ll get. they are branded though and will cost a bit more than an un-branded cushion, but will show the arrows like the novo does.