Brilliant – Cut Diamond

Brilliant

A brilliant is a diamond or other gemstone cut in a particular form with numerous facets so as to have exceptional brilliance.

Marquise Diamond

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Marquise diamonds posses some degree of bow-tie, varying from near invisible to severe.

Pear Diamond

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Pear shaped diamond is a combination of a round and a marquise shape, with a tapered point on one end.

Oval Diamond

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An oval diamond is a fancy shape. You can think of it as a round brilliant diamond stretched on its sides, or a rounded version of a cushion shape or cushion brilliant.

Trillion Diamond

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The Trillion cut is a triangular shape comprised of three equal sides and 31 or 50 facets depending on whether the diamonds are used as solitaires or accent stones.

Rose – Cut Diamond

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The shape of the rough diamond crystal influences the shape the diamond will be cut into. Diamond cutters seek to preserve as much of the original diamond carat weight as possible.

Polki Diamond

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Kundan and Polki are both stones. Polki jewellery is made of unfinished natural diamonds. Polki is always in great demand and highly valued because of its natural form.

Princess Diamond

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Diamond Princess is a cruise ship owned and operated by Princess Cruises. She began operation in March 2004 and primarily cruises in Asia during the summer and Australia in the winter season.

Pie – Cut Diamond

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Pie cut diamond is made with many small diamonds.. When we get to gather many small diamond in emerald shape with some strategy we can get look like single stone.

Tuper – Baguette Diamond

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Diamonds are available in a variety of cuts that exemplify their brilliance and clarity. The baguette cut and the emerald cut are two popular diamond cut choices.

Heart Diamond

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The heart shape is usually comprised of between 56 and 58 facets, although the number of main pavilion facets may vary between 6, 7 and 8. Ever the romantic choice… This is a rare and symbolic cut.

Emerald cut Diamond

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The emerald cut is a rectangular shape with truncated corners and a broad and flat plane that resembles stair steps.

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Princess Cut Diamond

       The Princess cut is the square version of the brilliant round cut usually comprised of either 57 or 76 facets with a typical ratio of 1.0 to 1.05.
Its pyramidal shape with four bevelled sides creates more light dispersion than any other square shaped diamond, making it popular for both solitaire engagement rings and earrings.
As it is a patented cut, it may be referred to as a Square Modified Brilliant on a laboratory certificate (eg. GIA or AGS), or a Rectangular Modified Brilliant if it has a ratio greater than 1.05.
The name “Princess Cut” was originally used in connection with another diamond cut known as the “Profile” cut, which was designed by London cutter Arpad Nagy in 1961. The same name was later used and made popular by Ygal Perlman, Betzalel Ambar, and Israel Itzkowitz in Israel, who in 1979 created the Princess cut (or Square Modified Brilliant) as it is known today.
When purchasing a princess diamond ring, it may be helpful to remember that you should avoid diamonds with a higher table percentage than depth percentage. The table is the uppermost surface of the diamond that runs flat across the top, parallel to the girdle. The depth, on the other hand, is the distance between the lowest and highest part of the diamond. A princess diamond ring can have more of a square or rectangular shape, and the style that you choose depends entirely on your preference.
However, the more rectangular that a princess diamond ring is, the lower the price in most situations. Once you’ve determined the exact cut, clarity and color you’d like, it’s time to pick a setting that will make your diamond sparkle and shine!