Clear linesBaguette-cut diamonds combine elegance, beauty and style
Stars of the showA sophisticated combination of baguette-cut and brilliant-cut diamonds
The return of a classic cut
Did you know? The name baguette does not come from France’s favourite long white loaf but rather from la baguette, which means “stick” in French and provides a fitting description for this type of cut: a rectangle, precision-cut at 90° angles, with several stepped parallel facets, all of which are connected to the central, rectangular table facet. The cut, designed as a classic stepped cut in the 1920s, is reminiscent of the Art Deco movement with its clear, pure design, adorned with geometric and symmetrical elements.
Playing with contrastsA colourful, high-quality baguette-cut piece
Opulent jewellery with classic appeal
Coloured baguette-cut diamonds add an element of surprise to these unusual pieces from Bucherer Fine Jewellery, which combine bold colours and distinct shapes in a manner that is both imposing and contemporary at the same time. A multi-dimensional, linear arrangement of colourful baguette-cut diamonds and brilliant-cut diamonds creates a look that is exciting yet subtle.
Beautifully arrangedBaguette-cut diamonds represent simple elegance
Timeless elegance with a fascinating setting
As baguette-cut diamonds are often used in pairs or series, it is important that the colour, purity and proportions are consistent. Any deviations, especially inconsistencies in the cut quality and colour, can often be seen with the naked eye, and detract from the elegance and flawlessness of the piece.
With these rings, Bucherer Fine Jewellery has created elegant highlights with a stunning combination of baguette-cut and brilliant diamonds.
Ultra-delicateThe delicate look of baguette-cut diamonds
Perfect for fans of minimalistic chic
Combining baguette-cut diamonds with other ornate cuts creates a delicate yet powerful statement piece. Whether it’s the perfect symbiosis of the architecturally inspired Variato collection or the skilful juxtaposition of both cuts in the Soirée necklace – contrasting settings give baguette-cut diamonds a modern look at Bucherer Fine Jewellery.