You don’t often see kite cuts, but that may be changing as more designers learn to embrace the cool shape as the focal point of many a modern style. Here’s a trio of new kite-shape diamond looks to consider stocking.
One-of-a-kind Cyclone ring in 18k gold and oxidized sterling silver with a 0.3 ct. bezel-set kite-shape champagne diamond, $3,320; Elizabeth Garvin Fine Jewelry
Rano ring in 14k rose gold with a 0.87 ct. kite-shape diamond and 0.05 ct. t.w. colorless diamonds, $7,745; Julez Bryant
Studs and jackets in 18k gold with 1.6 cts. t.w. diamonds (including kite shapes), $7,980; Madstone
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