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Sylvie’s pear solitaire diamond engagement rings are meticulously set – every curve is flawlessly contoured, and every facet is carefully placed – to maximize the diamond’s brilliance and showcase the breathtaking beauty of the pear-shaped diamond.
Whether you opt for a classic solitaire setting like our Dominique ring, that features 0.05 carats of peek-a-boo diamonds in between the ring’s prong. Featuring an understated hidden halo design, our Joanna ring showcases a 1.5 carat pear shaped diamond on a high polish shank. Another design with an invisible halo solitaire setting, our Fae ring features a thicker band accenting the beautiful 1.5 carat center pear diamond.
Each of our solitaire pear engagement rings radiate sophistication and allure, turning heads wherever you go.
They can be seen as a blend of modern and traditional styles. The pear shape itself has a classic elegance, while the solitaire setting adds a timeless touch. This combination appeals to those seeking a contemporary and sophisticated ring.
The pear shaped diamond combines the brilliant round cut and the marquise cut. It features a rounded edge on one end and a pointed tip on the other, resembling a teardrop shape.
While there is no strict rule, many people prefer to wear their pear shaped solitaire engagement rings with the pointed end facing outward, towards the fingertip. However, it ultimately comes down to personal preference and comfort.
The elongated shape of a pear-shaped diamond can create an illusion of longer and slender fingers when worn. It has a visually elongating effect and can be quite flattering on the hand. Check out our blog How Should Engagement Rings Fit for more information.
Factors to consider are the diamond’s 4Cs (cut, color, clarity, and carat weight), the ring’s setting style, the wearer’s style and preferences, and the budget. Check out our Engagement Ring Guide for more information.
In a solitaire setting, the focus is on the pear-shaped diamond itself. To showcase the unique shape, opt for a setting that securely holds the diamond while allowing light to enter from all angles. A prong or claw setting is popular as it exposes more of the diamond, allowing its brilliance to shine through.
Regular cleaning and supervision are required to keep your ring looking its best. It’s recommended to clean the ring with a soft brush and mild soap or have it professionally cleaned periodically. Check out our blog How To Clean An Engagement Ring for more information.
The pear shape is often associated with love and tears of joy. It’s a symbol of emotional connection and is said to represent the tears of happiness shed throughout a couple’s journey.
Pear cut solitaire engagement rings can be crafted in various metals, including platinum, white gold, yellow gold, and rose gold. The choice of metal depends on personal preference and desired aesthetic.
Yes, they have a timeless appeal and can be cherished as family heirlooms. Proper care and maintenance allow these rings to retain their beauty and sentimental value for generations. Check out our blog Honoring Heirloom Rings for more information.