Post # 1
Does anyone here have an asscher cut ring they can show me, please? I love the design of the cut, it’s kinda hypnotyzing haha- but not many photos I can find online are showing these diamonds sparkling~ do they sparkle?
Post # 3
@secretwife: I don’t own a real one, but I have a nice CZ and I’ve seen real ones in person. They sparkle, but not in the same way as a round or radiant. The middle is step cut like an emerald, the outer edge is faceted. They are stunning, regardless!
Post # 4
I would say they “flash” instead of sparkle. In the right light, they look so glamorous and chic. I have an asscher that unfortunately looks rather flat in my office overhead flourescent lighting, but once I get outside or anywhere else with decent lighting, it’s magnificent. I will caution you, don’t go smaller than a 1ct in an asscher. If you do, the cut is totally lost and is a waste of money, In My Humble Opinion. Mine is a 1.22ct center, and it faces up like a 1ct round brilliant. Sometimes I wish I had at least a 1.5…. but alas, money is a thing that matters. Asschers and cushions face up the smallest of all the cuts, but they have beautiful, unique shapes.
I have NEVER seen anyone else in real life (and relatively few on the bee) with an asscher. I love being different yet classic at the same time! Asschers were IT in the 1920s. Another thing to consider is the setting. It was very hard for me to pick the right setting… I’m still not 100% happy with the one I have. Still searching for the perfect one! But I love my ring anyway 🙂
Post # 5
@secretwife: I have a assher cut but not a diamond, a morganite. It does not sparkle and that is what I love about the cut. It is like looking into the stone. There isa glass affect with this cut. Flash is a great description. The light reflects but in a different way. I love mine. Also not sure if it makes a difference that I have a gemstone.
Post # 6
Hi! I have an asscher cut and I love it! It’s not for everyone, but mine sparkles and flashes like crazy and I love it. It’s very distincitve and, maybe because the cut really only works with a high quality of stone due to the large table, I think its elegant.
I will admit, mine is quite sizable, but it gets compliments all the time. However, I posted this pic just today because I’m a bit stumped on wedding bands!
The best tip anyone can give you on an asscher is to keep it clean. They tend to really show dirt, so I clean mine twice a week and it keeps is flash! Of course, this isn’t the best pic, but I hope it helps you consider whether the cut is for you.
Post # 7
@secretwife: I love the cut, too, but haven’t seen one in person. My guess would be that it’s closer to an emerald cut… which is gorgeous but doesn’t sparkle the way something with more facets would.
Post # 8
@secretwife: mine is, they are gorgeous and sparkles like crazy! Good luck choosing your ring 🙂
Post # 10
Yes, I have an asscher and ppl are always telling me my ring is “blinding” them. Cut makes all the difference. Mine is E VS2 Excellent cut. One pic is slightly moving my finger to catch the sparkle, the other is bad lighting, keeping my finger still.
Post # 11
I have one! Mine is a specialty cut, an Octavia asscher, but regular asschers sparkle too if they’re cut well. I’ll post pictures for you!
My ring, completed:
And my diamond in multiple lighting conditions before it was set:
Post # 12
I love your ring…it has a Great Gatsby feel to it 🙂 heehee So pretty!!
Post # 13
My friend has one and I’ve seen it flash, but it doesn’t seem to sparkle the same way as my round diamond does. It is a stunning cut, though!
Post # 14
They sparkle, but its very different than the way other cuts sparkle. Look at some youtube videos to get a better feel for it.
Post # 14
I agree there are not many asschers to view in person, so it is really hard to decide on the shape, and then after that what type of setting. But I had seen a few in person, and thought they were absolutely breathtaking, and was so excited when my fiance gave me one. Intially it was set in a simple pave band, but the setting was defective, so we had to pick out a new setting. I did not think I wanted a halo, afraid the asscher wouldn’t stand out. But I ended up falling in love with a halo, that had to be custom made for an asscher, and nervously decided to go with it. It is more beautiful than I could have imagined! The asscher just flashes surrounded by the halo.