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Baguette Cut Engagement Rings

The baguette cut diamond has a long narrow rectangular shape with a flat top. The diamond has been known as a ‘baton’, a ‘diamant baton’ and even as a ‘stick’ brilliant. This cut first appeared around 1909 and at that time had rounded corners. The cut quickly evolved into the geometric shape with 90-degree corners that we know today.

Today, vintage ring designs are made with single baguette cuts either side of the main gemstones or graduated in a series of diamond steps. For something just a bit different, the tapered baguette is wider at one end and makes an unusual engagement ring when highlighting a central gemstone.

Baguette Cut Engagement Rings

Central Gemstone Shape
  1. Princess Cut (1)
  2. Round Brilliant Cut (23)
  3. Emerald Cut (20)
  4. Oval Cut (4)
  5. Cushion Cut (2)
  6. Asscher Cut (2)
Set Descending Direction
Set Descending Direction