Pear-shaped diamonds combine marquise and oval in
order to create a pear or tear-drop shaped diamond. It is
commonly used for pendants, but for those who are
searching for a rare and elegant look, pear is the perfect
It has been widely used since the 19th century but
increased in fame in 1969 when the pear-shaped, Taylor Burton Diamond was
purchased. Weighing in at 68 carats, this stunning pear-shaped diamond created
the perfect center piece for Richard
Burton’s wife’s pendant. This diamond recieved worldwide
publicity for its size, value and glamour.
Looking for a chic alternative to the average diamond?
Searching for a diamond with a charming flair? Go ahead,
don’t be shy! Check out our pear-shaped diamonds and see if they match your