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Asha® Hearts & Arrows Round

  • Studio photo
  • Image 2
  • Image 3
  • Customer photo in Tiffany reproduction style ring (Cricketgrrl on BTD msg boards)
  • 7.5mm H Asha H&A in Regal Reproduction Ringl.  Ring size 8.5 and is Valorium.
  • Customer photo (Cyn on BTD msg boards) - 5ct Round H&A Asha
  • Customer photo (Cyn) - 5ct round H&A Asha
  • Customer photo (MsgBoard member Lannie) - Asha round in James Allen ring
  • Customer photo - ElizabethW, 1.5ct round Asha
  • Customer photo - v6 Asha - Lannie (BTD msg boards)
  • Customer photo:
Top ring set with $16,000.00 2.5ct diamond
Bottom ring set with $395.00 2.5ct H&A asha
  • Comparison picture of rounds ranging from .5ct to 2.75ct
  • Comparison picture of rounds ranging from .5ct to 2.75ct
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  • 1.25 Asha in customers setting
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  • E color Asha (version 5) vs. H/I color Asha
  • Version 5 compared to D/IF diamond
  • Version 5 - E color on left, H/I on right
  • Version 5 - E color on left,  H/I color on right
  • Version 5 - E color on left, H/I color on right
  • Version 5 - E color on left, H/I on right (in shaded lighting)
  • Asha 2ct round
  • Customer photo (DiamondGirl3660) - 6mm Asha
  • Customer photo (DiamondGirl3660) - 6mm Asha
  • Asha during our quality control inspection process
  • Asha ready for coating process
  • Asha solitaire - customer photo
  • CZ vs Asha three stone - customer photo
  • Customer photo showing sizes from 5mm - 9mm (.50, .75, 1.0, 1.25, 1.50, 2.0, 2.75ct).  Her ring finger is approximately a size 6.
  • Customer photo showing sizes from 5mm - 9mm (.50, .75, 1.0, 1.25, 1.50, 2.0, 2.75ct).  Her ring finger is approximately a size 6.
Price:
$189.00
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"I just wanted to let you know that we recently purchased a 1.5 carat Asha round and took it to the LA Jewelry Mart to find a setting. 

Three certified gemologists did not know it was a simulant, and even when I told one of them he wanted me to prove it!"

 - Customer Testimonial


Asha®  Hearts & Arrows Round:
  • Our best-selling gem, available in F and H color (GIA Diamond Grading scale colors)
  • Hearts and Arrows' cut to maximize brilliance - less than 2% of all natural diamonds are cut this well.
  • Patented product using amorphous diamond and optical enhancement - we are the official inventor and manufacturer. 

 

ProsumerDiamonds.com, a consumer website focused on diamond education, has posted their review of the Asha: http://www.prosumerdiamonds.com/asha-review
 
 

Studio Photo: 2.75ct Asha H&A Round Brilliant

 

Customer photo showing the 'Arrows' in our Hearts & Arrows Asha round
Less than 2% of all natural diamonds are cut to this precision
The ring is our
Tiffany reproduction ring.  Photo by Cricketgrrl


Asha® H&A Beauty objectively measured and compared:

Asha® H&A 1.00ct sample results, using Gemex Brilliancescope system.


*Typical American Round Brilliant cut diamond (normally cut to maximize finished weight vs. optimal beauty)
The above photos and scales are copyright Gemex Systems

To learn more about the BrillianceScope test result of our Asha® H&A Round regarding brilliance, sparkle and fire, click here.

If you cannot decide which carat size you'd like to purchase, you may find the Asha® stone size comparison page helpful.

For additional size perspective, or comparisons between different cuts, please download the size chart.

Asha® Round Highlights:  
  • Free UPS Shipping (US domestic orders)
    Asha® orders over $300 ship via UPS 2 Day at
    no charge to you. 


Asha H&A showing its arrows under the H&A scope

  • You will be pleased or a full refund will be promptly issued:
  • See our satisfaction guarantee here - you must be thrilled with your purchase, or we will gladly return your funds.

 

Lower pricing!  In order to answer our customers #1 request of lowering the price of Asha without sacrificing quality,
(and in opposite of Moissanite's recent price hike) we have introduced an additional 25% price reduction
We are able to offer this due to manufacturing efficiencies gained by our increased volume of rounds, and by our no longer offering the lifetime limited warranty.  
Customers who purchased before May 24, 2005 are still covered by the original Asha lifetime warranty.   
Purchases from 5/24/05 and forward still have the 40 day return policy with no lifetime warranty (but lower purchase price).

 

  • Learn more about Hearts and Arrows (H&A) cuts - 

Heart and Arrows, Ideal cut, and standard round brilliant all have the same number of facets (57).  

The difference lies in the angles, proportions, and symmetry of the facets.  

These differences result in widely differing brilliance (light return), with H&A offering the best light return in exchange 
for significantly more weight lost during cutting, and substantially more cutting precision required.  Learn more here.

 


 

 

2ct, H&A round cut natural mined diamond, F color, VS clarity:  $20,500
2ct H&A round cut Asha, F color, VS clarity:  $300

Compare the pricing on our Asha® to the pricing of a natural diamond (prices from BlueNile.com, taken on June 27, 2015):


1.5ct H color / VS1 clarity / Ideal cut = $14,145  (link)    vs.  $315 Asha

1.5ct F color / VS1 clarity / Ideal cut = $17,820 (link)   vs.  $315 Asha


2.01ct H color / VS1 clarity / Ideal cut = $29,142  (link)  vs.  $360 Asha

2.01ct F color / VS1 clarity / **H&A cut** = $41,735  (link)  vs.  $360 Asha


2.50ct H color / VS1 clarity / Ideal cut = $40,095  (link)  vs.  $395 Asha

2.50ct F color / VS1 clarity / Ideal cut = $54,165  (link)  vs.  $395 Asha


 

3.00ct H color / VS1 clarity / Ideal cut = $67,297 (link)  vs.  $445 Asha

3.00ct F color / IF clarity / Ideal cut = $144,484  (link)  vs.  $445 Asha


 

 

H&A round cut natural mined diamond, F color, VS clarity:  $36,901 for a 2ct 
H&A round cut Asha, F color, VS clarity:  $360 for a 2ct

 

 

Asha® Hearts & Arrows Rounds:

Sample grading report 
(not included with purchase, shown as example only)  

Wondering what size would work best for you?  Here are two links that can help in that decision:

 

Version 6 Asha is now available for all sizes, and is all we stock now.  
Details on the new version are here.

 

We can set your Round H&A Asha stone into any of our settings meant for a round center stone, including the following settings: our 1895 Cartier-style ReproductionTimeless Tapered Baguette, our Timeless Viva, our Micropave Cathedral (2 row or 3 row), our Timeless Micropave Halo for Rounds, our Tiffany Reproduction, our Timeless Statement, our Tapered Solstice Solitaire, our Tiffany Cathedral, or our Classic Tiffany.  When you order a ring and a stone within the same order, we will set your stone free of charge!

Other Details

Clarity:
Average is VS
Depth of 4mm:
2.4mm
Depth of 5mm:
3.2mm
Depth of 6mm:
3.9mm
Depth of 6.5mm:
4.2mm
Depth of 7mm:
4.5mm
Depth of 7.5mm:
4.7mm
Depth of 8mm:
5.0mm
Depth of 8.5mm:
5.2mm
Depth of 9mm:
5.5mm
Depth of 9.25mm:
5.8mm
Depth of 9.5mm:
5.9mm

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  1. Very good product - but out of stock all the time

    By GIA Gemologist on November 2nd, 2015

    Need 9.5mm, 10mm
    Out of stock for 9mm all the time!
    If it is not "out of stock", I can give a 5 stars.
    As a Gemologist, I think it is one of the best diamond simulant that mankind have ever made. It can not fool a gemologist, but it can fool thousands of other people.


  2. 1 year ring-versary

    By Francesca on July 31st, 2015

    I have been holding out on a review in order to really test the stone. (Keep in mind I do work hands on everyday)
    THIS RING IS AWESOME! I work 5-6 days a week mostly with my hands and haven't seen a single scratch or dulling in the stone. The only thing I could see as a problem is if you don't have a solitaire, as i have noticed if I don't clean it often it will seem dull. Cleaning a solitaire takes me fifteen seconds, so it does not bother me at all.
    I deal with about 300+ people a day, and an guaranteed at least three to five compliments. Most asking how recent I was proposed to because it's still so sparkly!
    This ring is amazing! Not to mention ethical!


  3. Beautiful, but seeing wear and tear...

    By AScratchICantItch on July 10th, 2014

    I have a 2ct Asha round set in the Tiffany reproduction ring. It was holding up well, but now, at the 15 month mark, there is a scratch across the table, and a small chip at the edge. Of course, nobody can see it unless they are closely inspecting the stone...but I know it is there.

    My ring goes through normal wear and tear. I have a desk job. I don't do much hands on stuff with the exception of carrying groceries and laundry baskets. Not exactly going rock climbing with my ring on, you know?

    The advertisement is correct in that the aesthetic quantities of the stone are fabulous, but keep in mind that it is not indestructible. Even real diamonds can chip and scratch.

    Unfortunately, the return policy is 40 days which isn't enough time to assess durability.


  4. Fooled the Jeweler!

    By Emily on March 6th, 2014

    For my birthday a few years ago, my father gave me an heirloom ring. It's a gorgeous intricately made art deco solitaire ring, made of 18K white gold, from the 1930's. A true work of art and craftsmanship.

    I've kept it tucked away for a few years, thinking someday I would have a real stone put in the ring. I recently began shopping around for a diamond, only to be shellshocked by the pricetag associated with a 7mm H&A round brilliant cut diamond.

    When given to me, it had a 'dummy stone' (a pink plastic stone that had seen better days) and while I wanted to put a diamond in the setting, I can't justify the $10K+ expense.

    Upon doing some research, I landed on the Asha. It was the perfect way to do justice to my heirloom setting without breaking the bank.

    I took the Asha and my setting to a local upscale/well-known jeweler to inquire about setting the stone. I never revealed it was a sim, simply referring to it as a "stone" for the sake of gauging his reaction.

    He was enthralled by the stone--looking at it with his loupe, going on about how clear it was, admiring the brilliance and lack of flaws. He then got up to take a closer look in another area (perhaps a diamond tester?) and came back and asked if it was a "CZ." I explained it was an Asha, a very high quality simulant diamond.

    He said he was very impressed by the stone--and remarked of the quality of the Asha compared to other CZs he has seen. He even mentioned he was thrown because most "CZ's" are marked as such, which the Asha is not.

    I returned not long after to pick up my ring and it looks amazing---the Asha sparkles in that heirloom setting like a diamond. Best of all, it's my little secret that it isn't, in fact, a diamond. Fooling even a seasoned jeweler was enough to make me feel confident in my purchase.

    Overall, I had a wonderful buying experience and will be back again for another Asha!


  5. Beautiful Stone

    By Unknown on January 8th, 2014

    I bought the 1ct H color Asha. Great looking stone for the price. Very happy with the sparkle and color I chose. Looks very real to me.


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  • Very good product - but out of stock all the time

    By GIA Gemologist on 2nd Nov 2015

    Need 9.5mm, 10mm
    Out of stock for 9mm all the time!
    If it is not "out of stock", I can give a 5 stars.
    As a Gemologist, I think it is one of the best diamond simulant that mankind have ever made. It can not fool a gemologist, but it can fool thousands of other people.


  • 1 year ring-versary

    By Francesca on 30th Jul 2015

    I have been holding out on a review in order to really test the stone. (Keep in mind I do work hands on everyday)
    THIS RING IS AWESOME! I work 5-6 days a week mostly with my hands and haven't seen a single scratch or dulling in the stone. The only thing I could see as a problem is if you don't have a solitaire, as i have noticed if I don't clean it often it will seem dull. Cleaning a solitaire takes me fifteen seconds, so it does not bother me at all.
    I deal with about 300+ people a day, and an guaranteed at least three to five compliments. Most asking how recent I was proposed to because it's still so sparkly!
    This ring is amazing! Not to mention ethical!


  • Beautiful, but seeing wear and tear...

    By AScratchICantItch on 9th Jul 2014

    I have a 2ct Asha round set in the Tiffany reproduction ring. It was holding up well, but now, at the 15 month mark, there is a scratch across the table, and a small chip at the edge. Of course, nobody can see it unless they are closely inspecting the stone...but I know it is there.

    My ring goes through normal wear and tear. I have a desk job. I don't do much hands on stuff with the exception of carrying groceries and laundry baskets. Not exactly going rock climbing with my ring on, you know?

    The advertisement is correct in that the aesthetic quantities of the stone are fabulous, but keep in mind that it is not indestructible. Even real diamonds can chip and scratch.

    Unfortunately, the return policy is 40 days which isn't enough time to assess durability.


  • Fooled the Jeweler!

    By Emily on 6th Mar 2014

    For my birthday a few years ago, my father gave me an heirloom ring. It's a gorgeous intricately made art deco solitaire ring, made of 18K white gold, from the 1930's. A true work of art and craftsmanship.

    I've kept it tucked away for a few years, thinking someday I would have a real stone put in the ring. I recently began shopping around for a diamond, only to be shellshocked by the pricetag associated with a 7mm H&A round brilliant cut diamond.

    When given to me, it had a 'dummy stone' (a pink plastic stone that had seen better days) and while I wanted to put a diamond in the setting, I can't justify the $10K+ expense.

    Upon doing some research, I landed on the Asha. It was the perfect way to do justice to my heirloom setting without breaking the bank.

    I took the Asha and my setting to a local upscale/well-known jeweler to inquire about setting the stone. I never revealed it was a sim, simply referring to it as a "stone" for the sake of gauging his reaction.

    He was enthralled by the stone--looking at it with his loupe, going on about how clear it was, admiring the brilliance and lack of flaws. He then got up to take a closer look in another area (perhaps a diamond tester?) and came back and asked if it was a "CZ." I explained it was an Asha, a very high quality simulant diamond.

    He said he was very impressed by the stone--and remarked of the quality of the Asha compared to other CZs he has seen. He even mentioned he was thrown because most "CZ's" are marked as such, which the Asha is not.

    I returned not long after to pick up my ring and it looks amazing---the Asha sparkles in that heirloom setting like a diamond. Best of all, it's my little secret that it isn't, in fact, a diamond. Fooling even a seasoned jeweler was enough to make me feel confident in my purchase.

    Overall, I had a wonderful buying experience and will be back again for another Asha!


  • Beautiful Stone

    By Unknown on 7th Jan 2014

    I bought the 1ct H color Asha. Great looking stone for the price. Very happy with the sparkle and color I chose. Looks very real to me.


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