The emerald cut diamond origins date back to the 1500s - stonecutters used this shape in emerald stones, which is where the cut and style gets its name from. Emeralds with this shape grew in popularity because the pressure was reduced during the cutting process, which decreased the risk of any chips being made in the gems, and diamond cutters took notice of this, which is when the emerald-cut diamond was born. However, the emerald shaped diamond became incredibly prominent in the 1920s art deco, with focus on clean lines and symmetry. Ever since the roaring twenties, emerald cuts have remained one of the most popular
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