emerald cut

noun

Definition of emerald cut 

: a rectangular cut for a gem having a series of parallel facets on each side and at each corner

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The last was an emerald cut diamond engagement ring. Alix Strauss, New York Times, "Slow Dancing Their Way Out of Arguments," 5 June 2018 The robbery netted as much as $11 million, including Kardashian West’s $4 million emerald cut diamond. Peter Mikelbank, PEOPLE.com, "French Police Arrest New Suspect in Kim Kardashian's 2016 Robbery Case," 13 Apr. 2018 Bangles in the store’s online catalog range in price from an antique amethyst and seed pearl ring for $950 to a 10.37 carat emerald cut diamond platinum engagement ring for $425,000. Sam Roberts, New York Times, "Camilla Dietz Bergeron, Stockbroker Turned Jeweler, Dies at 76," 29 May 2018 Following their wedding ceremony, the couple stepped out on their way to their evening reception and Meghan was wearing an emerald cut aquamarine ring on her right hand which was Diana’s and is believed to have been a gift from Prince Harry. Alexia Fernandez, PEOPLE.com, "How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Subtly Honored Princess Diana in Their Wedding Photos," 21 May 2018 Other styles include bezel-set diamonds in oval, marquise, or emerald cuts; elegant cigar bands; fully pavéd bands; and rings with three or seven diamonds across. Emily Farra, Vogue, "Introducing Ceremony, a New Line of Diamond Rings, Signets, and Pavé Bands to Celebrate “Love of All Kinds”," 10 May 2018 The reception ring As Markle waved from the silver blue E-type Jaguar, onlookers spotted Diana’s brightly colorful emerald cut aquamarine ring for the reception at Frogmore House. Time, "All the Ways Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Paid Tribute to Princess Diana at Their Royal Wedding," 19 May 2018 Not so long ago, choosing an engagement ring required just a few questions: princess or emerald cut? Emily Farra, Vogue, "10 Tips for Buying an Engagement Ring," 1 May 2018 The ring on Stone’s finger appeared to be an emerald cut diamond with a simple band. Dave Quinn, PEOPLE.com, "Is Sharon Stone Engaged? Actress Spotted with Diamond Ring During Beach Outing with Boyfriend," 10 Mar. 2018

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1926, in the meaning defined above

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