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Popularity of marquise cut ??
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Back a few months ago I was reading in GIA's Loupe Magazine that the Marquise cut was making a resurgence in design trends with jewelry makers. What is everyone's opinion...do you think consumers will buy into the trend and bring it back into popularity?? Do you like the cut?
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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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I think a lot of people still like the shape because it looks bigger than a round of equal weight because it spreads out more. Actually, a lot of women who have a marquise are remounting the rings in more up to date settings now a days.

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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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I've never been a marquis fan, but I saw someone's ring (on this forum) who had her marquis set east-west with a diamond halo. It looked beautiful!

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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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A well cut marquise is a thing of beauty.

Not as popular now as it was years ago. But these things go in cycles and no doubt this shape will have a resurgence somewhere down the road.

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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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I always liked marquises..to me they look like shards of ice. I considered a marquise e-ring but my DH steered me to a round!

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Back a few months ago I was reading in GIA's Loupe Magazine that the Marquise cut was making a resurgence in design trends with jewelry makers. What is everyone's opinion...do you think consumers will buy into the trend and bring it back into popularity?? Do you like the cut?
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I never liked it - even in the 80's. However, I never knew they came in fat versions! I have come to like them quite a bit more but definitely prefer the fat ones, much fatter than standard. And mostly just set e/w but I've seen a few fatties that looked good in a traditional setting also. I also prefer them lower in color. I'm still not fond of bright white skinny marquise.


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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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I really love marquise shape for the reason Brit mention. It look bigger and moreover, this cut reminds me the jewels of the kings and the queens.


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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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Heh, don't y'all know that the 80's are back in style?

I think that they're likely to get more popular with younger consumers who missed out on the previous over-saturation. Princess stones are pretty overdone now, so I think consumers might be receptive to a new shape. One of our friends has a marquise e-ring - I don't mind the look of a N-S setting, but not a huge fan overall.

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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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Heh, don't y'all know that the 80's are back in style?

I think that they're likely to get more popular with younger consumers who missed out on the previous over-saturation. Princess stones are pretty overdone now, so I think consumers might be receptive to a new shape. One of our friends has a marquise e-ring - I don't mind the look of a N-S setting, but not a huge fan overall.


I think cushions are on the upswing... and they really haven't had a popularity outside of gemstones for a hundred years just about. I think you're right that the younger generation might find the marquise a nice stone for the budget, but for those of us who lived through the 80's I think cushions are gaining momentum LOL I say this as the owner of a cushion of course I always wanted an oval.


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What is the correct pronunciation of "marquise"?

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I think cushions are on the upswing... and they really haven't had a popularity outside of gemstones for a hundred years just about. I think you're right that the younger generation might find the marquise a nice stone for the budget, but for those of us who lived through the 80's I think cushions are gaining momentum LOL


I'd agree with that - I can't believe some of the 'ugly 80's' clothes I see teens wearing these days! I remember the 80's (not jewellery, though)..... I think you have to have missed out on a fashion to think its' cool again.

I prefer the cushion and antique-cut (OEC/OMC) trends that seem to be gaining popularity around here....

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What is the correct pronunciation of "marquise"?



I've heard it pronounced more as "mar key", but the europeans seem to pronounce it as "Mar Keez" and at dictionary.com it has pronunciation as "Mar Keez".

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Heh, don't y'all know that the 80's are back in style?



hey, my big hair is back in style soon?

i love a nice fat marquis, i do not like the really skinny long ones, i am sure they will come back, everything does....


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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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I think marquise are very nice. They show very well proportionally to their weight. I've had many people comment on how surprisingly big they look even though they are not heavy in carat weight.


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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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marquises elongate the hand. look nice on us tall girls. i upgraded ( 5yr anniv) my 1ct tiffany & co d, vvs2 round brilliant for a 2.46 e, si 1 marquise, prong set, looks like a heavier stone than it is at 13x7mm. the rb made my hand look big--it just didnt look right. its all personal taste.

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Marquise are terrible ones for getting dirty. As soon as the pavilion has some gunk the shine is lost. I look at them as a cut that was the only choice for the rough. If they are fat and deep then to me it is just a shape and therefore they can be good.

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I have never liked marquise cut diamonds. I can't explain why, maybe it's because I have short fingers, but I've never cared for the cut.

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Marquise cuts look great on a wider hand too. I love rounds and ovals, but they do get a bit lost on my hand. I am a child of the 80s too, with a teen daughter...it cracks me up that she likes picking through my old accessories...
I think metal choice and setting style have to be carefully chosen with marquise cuts....they look better when they aren't competing for space with a ton of rounds and baguettes or huge masses of swirling metal. Simple is elegant.
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What I am surprised about, is that you don't see many marquise pendants....the cut would give a better 'across the room' focus, and well, the pointed shape would work with cleveage lines...


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Im Buying A 2.24 H/si1 7.3 *14.7.can You Show Me A Photo Of Your Marquise So I Know How Bit It Is.cheers.

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marquises elongate the hand. look nice on us tall girls. i upgraded ( 5yr anniv) my 1ct tiffany & co d, vvs2 round brilliant for a 2.46 e, si 1 marquise, prong set, looks like a heavier stone than it is at 13x7mm. the rb made my hand look big--it just didnt look right. its all personal taste.


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Back in the day, when I first started thinking about engagement rings (about a year and a half after dating my hubby), I was set on marquise center stones.

I went with one of my girlfriends who was in the same boat as me (ready to get married) to the mall for fun to shop for clothes. We couldn't help ourselves. I said "lets go check out some rings". It was like venturing into a foreign land! I didn't own a diamond, not one! I knew nothing about them, other than I liked the marquise shape.

After spending some time watching my girlfriend try some on, the sales lady asked if I'd like to see any. I asked about marquise cuts and she said very convincingly "you don't look like a marquise cut kind of lady". WTF? I was confused as to what that meant, but my GF said maybe because we are in the South and I am a blond blue eyed California girl?

Who knows...that statement was almost like a premonition...I soon decided that princess cuts were my favorite (this too would eventually change!). It took me several years to actually figure out what my favorite shaped diamond is.

All I can say is that I really don't like marquise anymore. They seem too pointy and like you could poke someones eye out. BUT, they are very appropriate on the right kinds of hands (if you want to add length or width, depending on how you turn them). I have never seen a real fat one, I bet they are nice.

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Re: Popularity of marquise cut ??
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shiney, what does "marquise cut kind of girl mean" exactly.

pacman, will post pic later.

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I have no idea! I thought it was a really strange comment coming from a jewelry sales lady (albeit she was very young!). She obviously had some presumptions about what kind of rock suited me, but I didn't bother to ask.
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