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Loose Diamonds

Loose diamonds are diamond gemstones that haven’t been mounted to a ring or piece of jewelry. There are many different cuts and sizes available when choosing a quality loose diamond, which is why many shoppers like to buy a semi-mounted ring and then separately seek out the specific loose diamond they’d like to have mounted. Many people also collect loose diamonds for their lone brilliance, as they often look dazzling on their own.

Asscher Cut Loose Diamonds
Asscher Cut Loose Diamonds
The Asscher cut diamond is the brainchild of brothers Joseph and Abraham Asscher, who helped to bring the Royal Asscher Diamond Company into prominence and create a 157 year old diamond dynasty.
Cushion Cut Loose Diamonds
Cushion Cut Loose Diamonds
The Cushion cut diamond’s inherent beauty can be seen in such famous stones as the Logan Sapphire, housed in the Smithsonian. This exquisite cut also graced the hands of such historical darlings as the late and much-beloved Princess Diana.
Emerald Cut Loose Diamonds
Emerald Cut Loose Diamonds
The Emerald cut has been a favorite choice of history’s classiest women, from the very first one cut for Mary Burgundy in 1477 to America’s own 20th Century royalty, First Lady Jackie Onassis.
Heart Shape Loose Diamonds
Heart Shape Loose Diamonds
The Heart Shape cut was first depicted in the 1605 painting “The Gonzaga Princess,” but plenty of real life beauties like Elizabeth Taylor, famous for her predilection for diamonds, have popularized this gorgeous gemstone.
Marquise Cut Diamonds
Marquise Cut Diamonds
Interested in wearing the same diamond cut that was first commissioned by Louis XIV, the so-called “Sun King” and perhaps the most famous French monarch? Feel like true royalty, with the Marquise cut diamond…
Oval Cut Diamonds
Oval Cut Diamonds
Choose the oval cut diamond and adorn your hand with the diamond cut first developed by one of the world’s most famous and skilled diamond cleavers, Lazare Kaplan.
Pear Shape Loose Diamonds
Pear Shape Loose Diamonds
The Pear Shape cut was born from that epic explosion of creativity and artisanship known as the Renaissance. The same period that gave us the Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and Da Vinci’s Last Supper has given us the lasting legacy of the Pear Shape cut d
Princess Cut Loose Diamonds
Princess Cut Loose Diamonds
The Princess cut diamond is a relative newcomer to the scene (first developed in the 1960s), but in a short period of time it has become second in popularity only to the Round Brilliant cut.
Radiant Cut Loose Diamonds
Radiant Cut Loose Diamonds
The Radiant cut diamond is the product of Henry Grossbard’s unique talents. He honed his craft for over thirty years before producing the Radiant cut, a testament to his genius and diligence.
Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds
The Round Brilliant cut diamond is the single most popular choice today, and with good reason. Developed by Marcel Tolkowsky, a brilliant engineer and mathematician, the Round Brilliant cut exemplifies grace and perfection.

Loose Diamonds

Here at King of Jewelry, we are well-known for the vast and varied selection of loose diamonds that we carry. Of course we also offer a many different types of diamond rings – from Cushion Cut Diamond Eternity Bands to Emerald Cut Solitaire Diamond Rings and more – but we also appreciate that many people want to customize their rings by purchasing a semi-mounted ring and then separating picking out a stone from our assortment of loose diamonds.

At the same time, we have lots of loyal customers who keep coming back to us for loose diamonds, not to mount them on rings, but to enjoy them for their individual brilliance. Indeed, our stones are highly sought after by knowledgeable loose diamonds collectors. From classic round brilliant loose diamonds to emerald and Asscher cut loose diamonds, we offer a diverse collection from which to choose.

We are also always eager to share our knowledge and experience with loose diamonds with any neophyte who walks through our doors looking for a little guidance. Our website makes this even easier by allowing you to filter by desired cut, clarity grade, color grade, and preferred certification.