Shape like a sparkling teardrop, pear cut gemstone holds 71 facets in usual. Pear cut gem more a hybrid cut that defines best the combination of oval and Marquise cut. The skillfully crafted pear cut gemstone is shaped well along with a polished girth. Altogether, polish and make out of the pear cut too varies depending on the optical properties of each gemstone. Pear cuts should mostly receive a proper depth such as a 1.5:1 aspect ratio for a great feel as well as a charisma of the stone. For bands (rings), pear cut complements a hand with small or standard length fingers. It is predominantly beautiful for pendants and earrings. The color also shows a pretty dramatic look in a Pear cut gemstone. Forged into a form of a gleaming or smooth teardrop, a Pear cut gemstone that is identified as a fusion of two shapes round, and Marquise holds a tapered point to one conclusion. Louis van Berquem, a Flemish polisher of Belgium, crafted the first Pear cut diamond in the year 1458. Perfect symmetry is the key to craft a perfect Pear cut in any of the gemstone. The point should line up with the top of the rounded end. Pear cut gems needed a unique six-prong setting, with a prong to uphold its fragile point. Trendsetting women and men wear the pointed end of the Pear cut gems in such a way that is directed towards a fingernail, but that mainly depends on the choice of the wearing individual. The elongated outline of a Pear-cut ring gives an appearance of long fingers that make the hand more attractive and beautiful. Aside from rings, Pear cut is contemplated as the best choice in pendants, earrings, and bracelets.