Classic, quintessential, and oh-so effortless, the round brilliant cut is one of the most universally adored shapes- and for good reasons! This classic shape is perfect in symmetry, has light-dancing reflections, and is versatile with settings options that work with all styles and aesthetics from vintage to contemporary, statement to subtle. 

The round brilliant cut diamond also happens to be one of the oldest shapes in diamond cuts, dating back to the 17th century. During the Edwardian and Art Deco eras, it grew in popularity and remains the most popular shape of modern times. A-listers, Emily Blunt, Olivia Wilde and Natalie Portman can attest to that. 

A round brilliant diamond is an ideal starting point for complementing all engagement ring styles, from the classic solitaire to a three-stone, or even a bloom variation enhancing or transforming the overall shape. The possibilities are endless to personalize this cut and make it truly yours. How will you wear your round brilliant cut engagement ring? Comment below and let us know! 

Classic Crescent
 Vintage appeal with milgrain details and a Classic Crescent inner face. 

Simply Tacori
An octagonal bloom adds dimension and distinction to this modern,
high-polish setting.

Founder's RoyalT
A four-prong round solitaire with a hidden bloom and a new diamond-studded crescent signature. 

Classic Crescent RoyalT
 Our popular pavé set ribbon band is enhanced to accommodate this intricate four-pronged, pavé set gallery to bring the round brilliant cut center to life. 

Three-times the charm! Your round brilliant cut center is enhanced by a diamond bloom and brought to life by two high-intensity cadillac side stones. 

Petite Crescent 
A delicate, floral-like bloom brings your round center diamond to life. 

Petite Crescent 
A diamond-intense solitaire setting that is less metal, more diamonds reveals the beauty of the round brilliant cut center.

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