(Closed) Shape of your stone and what you think it says about you?

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
2854 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@MrsFuzzyFace:  I have a round diamond too. I like your interpretation, but honestly… mine just means I’m easily distracted by shiny things. Since the glitteriness (is that a word?) of the Ring Bearer cut was what attracted me over others in the store.

Post # 4
11394 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

I found this:


Round: This diamond shape seems to be the most popular. Women who prefer it are usually drawn to its traditional romance, and they themselves are honest, faithful and somewhat conservative.

Pear: The elongated pear shape shows a woman to be an individual, yet still allows her to have a soft side for traditional romance. She may be a trend-setter with this unusual shape. The teardrop shape may also be an indicator of future tears of joy.

Oval: This shape is nearly the same as the traditional round but shows a bit of creativity and individuality. The similarity to an egg shape may also represent fertility or a desire for children, but it is a stable and faithful diamond shape.

Cushion: The soft edges and pillow-like shape of cushion cut diamonds demonstrate intimacy and romance with classic elegance, as well as an eye for the unusual.

Emerald: Emerald diamond shapes are old fashioned yet exude quiet elegance and coolness. The open style of the cut with its clear depths is also symbolic of an open heart and personal clarity.

Heart: The heart shape is a symbol of pure romanticism. A woman who prefers this strong shape may also enjoy fantasizing about romantic scenarios that may never actually take place.

Marquise: The flashy marquise shape indicates a desire for opulence and glitter, since the shape is specifically designed to maximize its own diamond carats through optical tricks of dimension. A marquise shape preference, then, may indicate an emphasis toward wealth or a desire for extravagant appearances.

Radiant: The blend of facets in a radiant cut is flirty and trendy. These two words perfectly describe the women who choose this unusual diamond shape.

Princess: A princess cut demands attention with its extravagant glitter. The woman wearing this diamond shape may be willing to take risks and act as a leader.

Asscher: The unique Asscher shape highlights a woman’s desire to live a fast paced lifestyle while appealing to a vintage style. Like the emerald shape, it also indicates clarity of person.



Post # 5
290 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I have a oval cut which conveys I am unique, creative, unconvential, like a timeless style.

Post # 6
7431 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2009

I couldn’t even tell you what shape my stone is, I guess square isn’t a good enough answer. 

Honestly? It says nothing about me. Its just pretty

Post # 7
2616 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

mine is round… yup im traditional, yup i am romantic ,yup honest and faithful… plus it shines so much!!! i also get distracted by the shinny blingy.. i need to make sure when i put my wedding band on i not get too distracted.. lol

Post # 8
547 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Princess, I think mine says I think I am a royalty or a princess HAHA At least that is why my family says about me. 

I got awww princess cut who would have ever guessed miss prissy fancied something name with princess in it. In a fun way not a snotty way. I get picked on for being a prissy, pink loving, picky; bat my eyes at people girly girl with attitude on the side. 

I would agree I need to be picked on occaionaly. LOL

Post # 9
150 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Cushion: The soft edges and pillow-like shape of cushion cut diamonds demonstrate intimacy and romance with classic elegance, as well as an eye for the unusual.


This about sums it up, although my cushion is an antique style so I would say I tend to like even more of a classic look. 

Post # 10
7609 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Mine’s a round.  It means…….I like circles, haha.  I don’t know, I just like the shape & sparkle!

Post # 11
2776 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Mine’s a round and I am traditional and conservative! Plus, I also like the shape and sparkle like Pants does!

Post # 12
5211 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2010

 @Sweet.Sugar.Rose:  I have seen these before! I personally think they are like horoscopes, if you want to read into them, you will!

Well, I have a round OEC. I am far far far FAR from traditional or conservative! I do consider myself pretty honest and faithful though!

I am many things. Non-traditional, casual, easygoing and flexible but enjoy a routine as well, honest, athletic and active, like some girly things but am for the most part not very girly-girl yet not exactly a full-on tomboy either, intelligent, loving, sometimes obsessive and particular, easy to read to those who know me, introverted yet still outgoing in many situations, love to receive and give admiration, a talker, sometimes anxious, have an active imagination, open with my emotions, enjoy romance but I am also a realistic/authentic romantic rather than a “fantasy” romantic, crave close connection but also prefer to keep my “circle” small, a zombie/vampire nerd, and have many idiosyncracies and weirdisms, and so on.

None that, or who I am, can really be summed up in a rock shape, nor do I think my shape says much about who I am.  I have a round as I love the chunky flashes and the faceting of my OEC cut. I also love a round in a bezel, which is what I have. Something to my particular stone speaks to it being organic and natural which is just the style I like and fit with what I wanted to wear. The OEC makes it a bit more unusual and different.

I also like pears, marquise, antique cushions/OMCs, and some step cuts (like the Octavia or the Krupps).


Post # 13
2401 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Mine’s in the shape of a flower… anyone want to take a guess at that?

Post # 14
748 posts
Busy bee

I once read that the round cut showcases the most sparkle. That’s my personal reason for having a round stone, along with the fact that it’s timeless and classic (and yes, I am traditional). I like the description for the cushion cut!

Post # 15
1444 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Mine’s a princess cut set at a 45-degree angle (kite set).  I like to think it means I’m quirky. 

Post # 16
331 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

haha ive had a princess and a round is my current ring! Laughing

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