The name of the emerald cut diamond engagement ring comes from the simple and simple emerald-cut diamond. On several occasions, reference is made to step cut and also reflects the appearance of stairs. In fact, it is arranged in the form of rectangular steps that would normally create the illusion of a much larger stone. Interestingly, it was found that this diamond was mainly used for cutting emeralds and not diamonds. The nature of the stone was extremely brittle and hard to cope with the natural imperfections and inclusions of the emeralds.