Ladies show off those Asscher cut rings

posted 4 years ago in Rings
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Busy bee

I have to agree.  I LOVE step cut diamonds.  This is my wedding set with my asscher diamond engagement ring.

Keep these beauties coming.  I love this post.

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Buzzing bee

These are beautiful! I love seeing these different stone cuts.

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Busy bee

I love asschers!! I would love an asscher wedding band.

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Busy bee

I am amazed there arn’t more Asscher’s in the hives. 

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Busy bee

I’m late to the party, but you can’t blame me..i just got engaged 2 weeks ago!  I wanted an asscher from the first time i saw one..and it was a 0.5 ct I colour!  But i knew then and there it was the cut i wanted.  Imagine my surprise when my fiance surprised me with a 1.01 ct E colour!

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Newbee

super late to this post but wanted to share my asscher. wouldn’t have picked another cut.  and boy did I put in foot work for this one. lol

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Helper bee

Here’s mine.  It’s set in brushed rose gold.  Very basic setting by a local designer that specializes in minimal designs.  I will be stacking it with my wedding band and sparkly anniversary bands to come…lol

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Sugar bee

What does an asscher cut mean? I tried looking it up online with no avail.

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Helper bee

@sonomagal: That is beautiful! I wanted an asscher so bad, but I got a cushion instead. I love the rose gold, though, and the texture is so unique.

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Helper bee

@SweetRose2011:  An asscher is essentially an emerald cut that is square in shape rather than rectangular.  It usually has its corners cut so it is often an octagon (8 sided).  Cuts like round (also oval), princess, radiant, marquise, and cushion are facet cut.  Emerald and asschers are what is called “step cut”.  Instead of lots of small facets, asschers and emeralds have longer planes cut into them.  So instead of being “sparkly” they are more “flashy”.  A good place to read about the cut and its history is…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLPjBwKQx8g.  Great YouTube video.

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