Gemstone Shapes

Some of the most common type of gemstone shapes include round, oval, marquise, pear, princess, emerald, trilliant, cabochon, heart, radiant, cushion and banquette.

You can get some new (ready-made and custom) or pre-owned jewelries (rings, necklaces, earrings, pendants etc) for yourself with gemstones in any of these shapes, or you may get some jewelry pieces that make use of more than one gemstones with different types of gem shapes.


Round

Shaped like a circle.

14k White Gold Round Diamond Light Pink Quartz Ring


Oval

An oval shape.

0.96 Ct Oval Green Peridot and White Topaz Sterling Silver Ring


Marquise

An oval shape with tapered or pointed ends

Marquise Center Black CZ Ring 15MM Sterling Silver 925


Pear

Looks like a teardrop or pear.

10 Karat Yellow Gold 15x10mm Pear Shaped Amethyst Ring Size 7


Princess

This is a square version of a round gemstone shape.

Step Design Princess Cut 3.00 carats Garnet Ring in Sterling Silver Rhodium Nickel Finish


Emerald

An octagonal shaped rectangle.

14k Yellow Gold Diamond Smoky Topaz Ring 5.83 ct Emerald Shape


Trilliant

Shaped like a triangle.

10k White Gold Trillion Blue Topaz and Diamond Ring (1/8 TDW)


Cabochon

A gemstone shape that may typically have a flat bottom and a curved or rounded top.




Heart

Shaped like the heart.

8x8mm Heart Shaped Amethyst and White Topaz Ring


Radiant

Shaped like a square with cut-off corners.

Large Radiant Cut 3.50 carats Swiss Blue Topaz Solitaire Ring in Sterling Silver Rhodium Nickel Finish


Cushion

An antique gem shape that look closely or somewhat like an oval gem shape.

7MM Cushion Cut Citrine Ring In Sterling Silver 1.50 CT

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