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LOOSE DIAMONDS

Loose diamonds are diamonds that have not been set into a piece of jewellery. There are advantages to having loose diamonds. They can be set as any piece of jewellery the person wants, and in the kind of metal with the kind of design he/she wants or kept as is and sold at a later stage. When buying loose diamonds, or any other diamonds, a buyer should consider the 4 C’s of diamond grading: cut, colour, clarity and carat. These four aspects of grading a diamond allow a buyer to determine its quality. The 4 C's determine how much loose diamonds and set diamonds cost. However, a buyer has to determine which of these takes precedence in choosing a diamond.

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ASSCHER

The square emerald cut, also known as asscher cut, is a unique diamond cut similar to an emerald cut diamond. It has step-like facets with trimmed corners, but is square in shape.

CUSHION CUT

The shape of the cushion is characterised by soft edges and rounded corners, resembling a cushion or pillow. This type of diamond cut has been popular since the first diamond cuts.

EMERALD CUT

The emerald cut is an elegant diamond shape with step-like facets that is rectangular in shape with trimmed corners. Due to its larger, open table, this shape is often reserved for top colour and clarity.

HEART

Being the ultimate symbol of love, the heart shape diamond is for the true romantic. The modified brilliant cut takes skill and expertise to achieve the perfect balance.

MARQUISE

The marquise has a slender shape characterised by two sharp points on either end. Like the oval, the marquise accentuates long, slender fingers and has a large surface area.

OVAL

An oval diamond is an elongated version of the round brilliant diamond. If well proportioned, this beautiful cut gives great brilliance, fire and scintillation. It is generally polished with 56 facets.


PEAR

The Pear shape is a unique hybrid cut, shaped like a tear drop and combining the best of the marquise and round brilliant cut. well proportioned, it gives a depth of scintillation.

PRINCESS CUT

Square in shape and with pointed corners, the princess cut diamond is one of the most popular shapes of all fancy cut diamonds. Technically known as a ‘square modified brilliant cut’,

RADIANT

This rectangular cut features trimmed corners and combines the elegance of the emerald shape diamond with the brilliance of the round. Radiant cut diamonds have 70 facets in total.

ROUND CUT

Round brilliant cut diamonds offer timeless beauty. Polished with 57 facets and to ideal proportion and symmetry, round brilliant cut diamonds radiate with brilliance and sparkle.