What Your Diamond Shape Says About You

Did you know that your diamond shape might be giving away secrets about your personality?

 

 

 

 

 

Saul Spero, a New York diamond appraiser, spent 25 years interviewing over 50,000 people to determine if there was any correlation between personality and preference of diamond shapes. In his book, Diamonds, Love, and Compatibility, he states that if a woman has a strong preference for any of these shapes, she can be characterized as follows:

Round: Family centered, dependable, unaggressive.

Oval: Individualistic, creative, well-organized, willing to take chances.

Heart: Sentimental, feminine, sensitive, trusting.

Princess: Disciplined, conservative, efficient, honest.

Pear: Conforming, considerate, adaptable.

Marquise: Extroverted, aggressive, innovative, career-centered.

What do you think? Do Spero’s claims hold weight? (No pun intended.)

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Celebrity Spotlight: Tacori and Twilight’s Nikki Reed

Twilight star Nikki Reed and husband Paul McDonald personally co-designed a unique platinum and yellow gold Tacori engagement ring, featuring more than 3 carats of Tacori Diamonds to symbolize their past, present and future. The newlyweds also exchanged custom-designed Tacori wedding rings.

Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald Exchange Tacori Wedding Bands

Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald Exchange Tacori Wedding Bands