What is a hexagon diamond?
A hexagonal diamond is a six sided shape with a step-faceted structure, much like an Asscher shape diamond. This means they produce more fire (the spread of light) than brilliance (effect achieved by light reflections on the inside and surface of the stone).
Why should I choose a hexagon diamond?
You can be pretty sure that nobody else will have the same engagement ring as you. While hexagonal shape diamonds rarely feature in jewellery collections, their geometric and modern aesthetic will attract those looking for something a little unique, while retaining the tradition and prestige associated with diamond engagement rings. This striking shape can be seen in both diamonds and coloured gemstones alike, and can either be elongated or in the more traditional, square-like ratio.