The round brilliant cut is the culmination of 300 years of artistic achievement. Its design is the most symmetrical of any cut, producing the ultimate light return and beauty.
Princess Cut was invented by Israel Itzkotwitz, it is a true square diamond with sharp corners. Chevron-shaped bottom facets give it unique scintillation and brightness.
The cushion cut is a modern variation of an antique style. It is derived from the Old Mine Brilliant Cut that was popular in the 19th Century.
Asscher refers to cut-cornered square shape diamonds. It is the special case of step-cut diamonds. It has a big look for its carat weight.
The oval cut was created and popularized in the 1960’s by the famous American diamond cutter Lazare Kaplan. It is a slightly elongated brilliant that is enjoying renewed popularity.
This shape was classically known as the Pendalogue. It is a tear-drop brilliant that is ideally suited as a necklace pendant.
The Emerald Cut Princess is a rectangular shaped diamond with traditional step-cut facets that are each outlined with triangular tips in the princess cut style. The exceptional scintillation of this extra faceting shows slightly tinted or included diamonds in their very best light.
The Round Cut Princess is available with either a traditional Round Brilliant style or octagonal step-cut Crown. The pavilion has eight sets of princess style chevrons, a far greater number of facets than the traditional round brilliant. The result is breathtaking brightness and scintillation.
The Asscher Cut Princess is an eight-sided version of the classic Princess. It's cut-cornered step-cut Crown is the same as the classic Asscher. With double the amount of pavilion facets, this style delivers maximum light return and colorfulness in a fancy shaped square diamond.
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