Atelier Emé Ad featuring a Marquise Diamond Necklace
Marquise diamonds are a very unique choice of diamond. The shape features an elongated frame with pointed ends. Many people believe that the marquise diamond received its name from Louis XV, and in fact it did! Louis XV commissioned to have the diamond created for his mistress Marquise de Pompadour. Today it is referred to as the "Marquise's diamond" or the " Marquise"
Michael Douglas made headlines when he proposed to Catherine Zeta-Jones with a whopping 10 carat marquise cut diamond engagement ring. Today, tiaras containing marquise stones are quite rare, because marquise stones can take a little bit more time to set than the average stone. In addition, the marquise stone needs special consideration when it comes to positioning it into an attractive design.
The marquise diamond which forms an oval design is commonly found in Edwardian designs. The stone itself is quite a bit more ornate than the regular stone, and often is featured grouped in smaller scale stones than larger ones.
Elegant marquise bridal headpieces contain intricately-designed floral and striking flowers and leaves set in silver or gold-plated alloy. Dazzling rhinestones are brilliantly shaped to form vines for a light look that can be configured with the hair for a lovely presentation of beauty.
Marquise tiaras give themselves a regal appearance. They are an undeniably a gorgeous piece to wear in your hair on your special day.