OUR ASSCHER CUT SIDE STONES
Our stock of Asscher Cut Diamonds, being one of our unique specialities is both extensive and diversified, which allows us to supply you with identical Matching Asscher Cut Diamond Pairs, be it for side stones or other Engagement Rings and Jewelry. Jewellers and Wholesalers alike will find our stock to be of the highest quality, precise down to a millimetre.
Sizes ranging from 0.10 carats to 0.85 carats total
Colors range from D to I
Clarity range from IF to SI1
Some of our clients implement our Asscher Cuts in Eternity Rings and Tennis Necklaces, as well as Vintage Asscher Cut Engagement Rings, Cathedral Setting Jewelry, and Floating Halo Necklaces.
Any questions or concerns? Don’t hesitate. Part of the process is consultation, be it helpful advice on the ideal number of stones to aid you in bringing your vision to reality, or matching it based on specific dimensions like finger or wrist size.
A SQUARE MASTERPIECE - THE ASSCHER CUT
The Asscher Cut Diamond is one of the most popular square shaped diamonds available today thanks to its sheer elegance and sophistication. It first saw the light of day thanks to Joseph Asscher in 1902, who patented it through the Royal Asscher Diamond Company and implemented the traditional step cut method. At first glance, many confuse the Asscher and the Square Emerald Cut. While similar, there are some noticeable differences. The Emerald is more triangular, while the Asscher is more square and octagonal with cropped corners and tends to deliver better sparkle and light retention.
A Good Asscher Cut Diamond is Hard to Come By
Ideal Settings for the Asscher Cut Diamond
One of the greatest pros of the Asscher Cut is the fact that it has no delicate corners when compared to the Pear Cut for example, and as such can work tremendously well with nearly all diamond settings. However, the Cathedral setting is one that truly brings the uniqueness and sparkle the Asscher is known for, to its maximum. A wonderful side stone that enriches the main Asscher Cut is the Trapezoid or even the Baguette Diamond Cut.