Round-cut lab diamonds are one of the most common diamond forms, and with a broad margin, they are also known as brilliant-cut diamonds. They're expected to make up more than 70% of all the diamonds sold today. Round brilliant cut diamonds never go out of style, which makes them the most preferred choice.
The faceting pattern of a round-cut brilliant lab diamond, with 58 individual facets, is designed for sparkle. Their success lies in their symmetrical form, eternal nature, and outstanding light dispersion. Owing to the increased demand for lab-created round diamonds, they are more expensive than other fancy diamond shapes.