By far the most popular, this is the classic engagement-ring diamond with its crown top, pointed pavilion and 58-facet cut. High quality round brilliant diamonds transform reflected light into sparkle and life.
Another solitaire engagement diamond, this stunning cut is square or rectangular in shape. It is noted for its brilliance.
A classic rectangular shape with cut corners, this diamond displays broad, flat planes with pronounced “stepped” facets. The emerald cut is perfect for a diamond of immaculate clarity.
Similar to the emerald cut, this step-cut diamond accentuates colour and clarity. It is square-shaped with cut corners. Popular during the Art Deco era, the Asscher is making a come-back.
Also known as "pillow-cut", this diamond has rounded corners with large facets to highlight clarity and increase brilliance. Cushion cut diamonds are available in square or rectangular shapes.
A square or rectangular cut, this diamond combines the elegant features of the emerald with the brilliance of the round-brilliant cut. It is square or rectangular in shape with cut corners. This cut is know for showing off the colour and brilliance of a diamond.
Ideal for the small hand, the elongated shape of this diamond lengthens the fingers and hand and has a presence of elegance.
Named for the smile of the Marquise de Pompadour and commissioned by Sun King, Louis XIV, this diamond also lengthens the hand and fingers with its classic contours.
This tear-drop shaped diamond combines the oval and the marquise, making a beautiful diamond for a pendant or earrings.
A universal symbol of love and romance, this diamond is pear-shaped on the bottom with a cleft cut at the top.
The most important element of the four C’s. The angles and finish of a premium cut diamond enhance it’s ability to reflect light. This give the diamond its sparkle, brilliance and fire.
Clarity is the pureness and absence of flaws in a diamond. A high-grade quality diamond has no scratches, pits or blemishes on the surface or internally. This enables light to travel through the diamond, enhancing its brilliance and luminosity. Perfect clarity is rare. Internal flaws are impurities that reside in the interior of the diamond. Three of the most common flaws are crystal, cloud and feather.
The most desirable colour in a diamond is colourless. The colourless diamond is prized for its ability to reflect light and generate sparkle and brilliance. The colour grade begins with D for colourless and continues though to Z which is light yellow.
Carat is the measure of a diamond’s weight. A metric carat is equal to 0.2 Grams or 200 Milligrams. A carat is divided into 100 points:
1/4 ct. = 25 points = .25 ct.
1/3 ct. = 33 points = .33 ct.
1/2 ct. = 50 points = .50 ct.
3/4 ct. = 75 points = .75 ct.
As a diamond's weight increases, the price per carat increases to reflect the fact that larger diamonds are more rare.
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