Two Tone Asscher cut Engagement Rings
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For a vintage-inspired look, most women will choose an Asscher-cut diamond engagement ring. The Asscher cut was first developed in the 1900s and became popular in the 1920s during the Art Deco age. For a long time, Asscher cut diamonds could only be found in antique jewelry shops, but today that Asscher cut has reached a new level of popularity. Women seek out the Asscher cut diamond engagement ring for its very unique look: it’s a square with the corners cropped like the emerald cut.