The most famous, celebrated and popular stone of diamond history, the round diamond engagement ring, is steeped in romance dating back to around 1900, when the introduction of diamond cutting saws revolutionized the ability to cut flawless facets, so they displayed nearly perfect symmetry and a remarkable reflection of light. Designed by Marcel Tolkowsky, the round brilliant diamond is not only dazzling in color, but it is also a timeless creation that accumulates value over many years. Couples love round diamonds for their iconic shape and versatility. Beautiful alone or supported by accent stones, decorative bands or a halo of pave diamonds, round brilliants work well with others, but they are stunning placed in a classic setting or perched atop an antique band.

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