Style Spotlight on Kite-Shape Diamonds: A Trio of Cool New Styles



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.

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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

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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

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Studs and jackets in 18k gold with 1.6 cts. t.w. diamonds (including kite shapes), $7,980; Madstone

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