Pear Diamond size chart

Pear Cut

The Pear Cut, which is also known as “Tear Drop Diamond,” was first discovered in 1458. The pear-shaped diamond, which is similar to marquise and oval cuts, comes in a wide range of slim to extensive cuts and has the added advantage of making the wearer’s fingers appear long and slender. It looks studding when its co-ordinate with other stone in an engagement ring

Katherine Heigl, Avril Lavine, and Jessica Simpson are one of those celebrities who prefer Pear cut diamond in their Engagement Ring. If you are buying Pear cut diamond for your dangle earrings, then the smaller one is better while in a solitaires diamond ring, the larger diamond is suggested for the best result. For Pear Cut diamond prong setting is best. Pear cut diamond is very rare in the market as well.

Round

Princess

Cushion

Oval

Emerald

Heart

Pear

Marquise

Asscher

Radiant

Pear MM Size Pear Carat Weight
3.0×02 mm. 0.13 ct.
4.0×2.5 mm. 0.18 ct.
4.0×03 mm. 0.21 ct.
5.0×03 mm. 0.25 ct.
5.0×04 mm. 0.35 ct.
6.0×04 mm. 0.50 ct.
6.5×4.5 mm. 0.60 ct.
7.0×05 mm. 0.75 ct.
7.5×5.5 mm. 0.85 ct.
7.7×5.7 mm. 1.00 ct.
8.0×06 mm. 1.25 ct.
8.5×6.5 mm. 1.50 ct.
10×06 mm. 1.71 ct.
8.7×6.7 mm. 1.80 ct.
9.0×07 mm. 2.00 ct.
10×08 mm. 2.50 ct.
11×7.50 mm. 2.61 ct.
13×08 mm. 2.98 ct.
11×08 mm. 3.00 ct.
Pear MM Size Pear Carat Weight
12×08 mm. 3.00 ct.
12×07 mm. 3.12 ct.
12×09 mm. 3.44 ct.
14×08 mm. 3.47 ct.
13×09 mm. 4.11 ct.
14×09 mm. 4.25 ct.
15×09 mm. 5.06 ct.
14×10 mm. 5.41 ct.
13×11 mm. 5.65 ct.
15×10 mm. 5.75 ct.
16×09 mm. 5.86 ct.
16×10 mm. 6.27 ct.
17×10 mm. 6.46 ct.
15×11 mm. 7.36 ct.
18×11 mm. 8.14 ct.
16×12 mm. 8.99 ct.
18×12 mm. 9.35 ct.
18×13 mm. 10.21 ct.