A narrow rectangle shape that holds its unique importance in the world of jewelry, the Baguette style is attained by cutting and polishing the gemstones. Baguette, a French word that means a small convex molding is most popular in the gemstones shape and is mostly eminent in the diamonds and diamond jewelry. The style got importance and recognition due to its functionality, thus came into being in the jewelry designs. The baguette cut in the stones got popular in the early 20th century and was in a boom in the period of 1920s to 1930s. When the baguette stone come into sight into the jewelry picture, it was the Art Deco and Art Nouveau period. The western society welcomes the baguette-cut open-heartedly in the crystals or gems and covered it in jewelry. The art movements that were popular during the Art Deco and Art Nouveau period helped the baguette-cut to gain admiration and become popular.
The baguette cut is the first choice of jewelry designs, and jewelry makers as the rectangular cut gems become the focal point in all types of jewelry whether rings, pendants, earrings or bracelets. The baguette cut is highly accepted and admired in the diamond jewelry. Wearing baguette cut gemstone jewelry helps the voguish class to gain the attention of millions and become the show stopper. It is a great replacement over the traditional round cut stones, as wearing baguette-cut allows the chic to open up and unfurl the fashionable elegance.