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What is Lab Grown Pear Diamonds?

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Pear cut itself resembles not only juicy fruit that gave it its name. It looks like a tiny teardrop sparkling with its edges and facetes. This cut dates back to the 16th century, when the Rose and Briolette cuts were very popular, the latter of which was the predecessor of the modern pear. Pear-shaped engagement ring is a real masterpiece as it reminds of luxurious Baroque jewelry, rich and expensive.

One more reason why the pear lab grown diamond engagement ring is on the top of popularity is its unique symmetry that is provided in multiple options both for more shortened and wide, in the other – elongated with thinner shapes. The most proportional and harmonious is the elongation coefficient – i.e. the ratio of the length and base width of a diamond – ranging from 1.5-1.75. In both options a gem looks exquisite yet non-pretentious.

Pear-cut gems are very popular in contemporary jewelry art. Due to only one unique degree of symmetry, they are often used as inserts in pendants and earrings, and can also be a central element in classic rings including engagement rings. A ring with a single large teardrop-shaped diamond visually gives a woman’s hand an aristocratic grace and elegance.

Pear diamonds are a very stylish & bold mix between a round and marquise-shaped diamond. A pear lab grown shape diamond engagement ring is for the woman who is always on the lookout for adventure. They have a resemblance to an elegant teardrop with one pointed end and one rounded end – combining tradition and brilliance, a pear lab created shaped diamond is perfect for the bride who is drawn to excitement & the unexpected.

Pear shape of a gemstone is a symbiotic version between round and marquise shapes that includes multiple merits of each cut that influenced it. Let’s tell about it in a few figures:

  • 56 edges,
  • Color of 1-8.5,
  • Clarity of 1-12,
  • Elongation of 1.40-1.75

A Perfect Shape with Lab Grown Diamonds: Where and How to Buy?

When talking about a perfect shape and style of a jewelry, the cut of its central stones should be considered first. So, what is an ideal shape of jewelry for pear-cut diamonds?

First of all, let’s consider if we talk about naturally mined gems that are usually of a small size due to their big cost. Or if we talk about pear lab-grown diamonds that can be extremely big yet affordable. For the first option, it is a thin golden ring with strict classy shape to be a perfect match. Being a central stone, even 1-carat pear lab-created diamonds will be noticed with their tiny harmony.

If you want to get a ring with a pear-cut lab diamond, there are much more options to choose! This teardrop-like gem will decorate both solid golden rings and a wide lampwork finger ring. You can choose an engagement ring of pear-shaped with lab-grown diamonds in a style of antique or resembling Baroque style. It will create a great combo with smaller round diamonds in the shape of a halo ring with an exquisite pear diamond as a central stone. And here is great news for you as pear diamonds in engagement rings you can buy online in Dallas right now. They are available in Sofia Liore!

Rose Gold vs Yellow Gold Create Your Perfect Style

Metal color for an engagement ring is often a matter of quarrels. As lots of people prefer classical yellow gold for their rings, lots of modern future newlyweds want to get an absolutely exclusive one, We can bet that a pear-shaped diamond ring of rose gold is that exclusive masterpiece your girlfriend will truly appreciate. It is especially suitable for tiny young girls, romantic persons and creative personalities.

Well, a yellow gold pear-shaped engagement ring is no less beautiful. It is a more traditional choice yet popular. A yellow diamond pear shaped engagement ring suits everyone no matter of age, height, stature or skin color. But if you want to get even more, why should you stop? Get a combo of yellow and rose gold pear-cut engagement rings in one sample of jewelry! Created from two types of gold at once, such engagement rings look outside the box. In addition, the combination of the two materials also makes it possible to use different jewelry techniques, for example, overlaying layers of openwork or inlaying with another type of metal.

Compare 1 vs 2 carat  pear shaped diamond rings

The next thing to compare is the weight of the diamonds. For a pear cut, a large diamond is more of an advantage. But as an engagement ring, you can consider the more modest size of the stone. I.e. a tiny 1-carat ring will be suitable for a very young and inexperienced girl. If we talk about a bride that has already been married, it’s better to get a bigger gem. If she has tiny small hands, you can stop on a 1.5-carat pear-shaped diamond ring. For corpule stature, pear-shaped engagement rings of 2 carats will be a perfect idea as the cut of a stone makes palm lighter and more refined.

And if we talk about lab-grown gemstones, you can feel free to get even more than a 2-carat pear-shaped diamond ring. Due to the lowest price for lab diamonds, their cost is ten times cheaper than natural gems. So if you want to make a symbol of your love considerable, take a look at rings with 3+ carats.

What celebrity wears pear shaped engagement rings?

Some celebrities who have been given pear shape diamond engagement rings are Jessica Simpson, Victoria Beckham, and Sophie Turner. The pointed end of a pear shape diamond engagement ring should point towards the heart of the wearer.

But the first celebrity who had made pear diamonds extremely popular was Marie-Antionette, the Queen of France. Her favorite earrings were decorated with pendants of big clearwater pear diamonds. And one more sample of a pear cut that is well-known to almost everyone is the famous yellow 24-carats diamond named Baroda Moon that was filmed in the real masterpiece of Hollywood Gentlemen Prefer Blondes with Marylin Monroe starring.

Pear-shaped diamonds are considered quite rare and one of the most expensive. Out of 10 points, where 1 is the rarest species, and 10 is the most common, experts give the pear cut a solid five.

What is the best thing to clean lab grown diamonds with?

Looking for the best way to clean your pear diamond engagement ring? Take a look at our jewelry care & cleaning guide! The beautiful, tapered shape of pear diamond rings can make hands look slimmer and more graceful, perfect for an engagement ring.

Is pear shaped 100% real diamond?

Lab-created diamonds are 100% real diamonds – not simulants and are certified & graded to the same standards as mined diamonds. They are man-made from a seed diamond (a minuscule slice of diamond) in a matter of months under specific pressure, temperature, and chemical conditions in certified lab environments.

Why Lab Created Diamonds?

Our lab diamonds are indistinguishable from mined diamonds of equivalent quality


For every carat of diamond that is mined, nearly 100 sq ft of land is disturbed and almost 6000 lbs of mineral waste is created.


All in all, mined diamonds result in 1 injury for every 1,000 workers annually, while lab-grown diamonds result in zero.


No diamond is free, but due to the shorter supply chain, lab-grown diamonds can be anywhere from 35-50% less expensive than mined diamonds.


Match A One-Of-A-Kind Diamond With One Of Our Unique Engagement Settings To Create A Timeless Pear Lab Diamond Engagement Ring That Will Be Affordable and Beauty. Call us (214) 655-8822 to schedule a private appointment.

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