Cut a Diamond Shape
Our love of diamonds and admiration of their fire and brilliance has given rise to a lot of cutting diamonds. Although we are always among the first types of diamond cuts – such as the round and emerald, there are many more cuts today, some of them patented by their designers and costing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The flowers are the most popular brilliant cut diamond ring is still round. This occurred in 17th century Venice. It is also preferred that the shape of the raw crystal octagon. Although 50% of stone tools in the process often two stones can be carved out of the octagon. Shaped stone is mainly used for fancy cuts, such as a marquise, pear or heart-shaped diamond. The first is a 17 facet brilliant in stone and is called double-cut. This was soon improved with stones with 33 facets and called three brilliant cut.
In the 19th century, with the development of better tools for cutting gems, other innovations have been developed in the style of a diamond. In 1919, Marcel Tolkowsky cut art combines the science of light and refraction and his book, Diamond Design. This relatively recent geometric calculations were the forerunner of today’s many works of diamonds and lead to more precise mathematical models engineered to enhance the fire and brilliance of diamonds.
Currently there are cuts like princess cut, trillions, ovals, pear and heart-shaped. Some innovative cutters have the stars, even fashion or butterfly-shaped diamonds! Patented cutting, Ashoka diamond, is cut a rectangle with rounded edges and bright requires 3 carat stone or more. It was beautiful (and expensive!) Diamond shape. Tiffany also has called the Lucida cut diamond cut patented. He is a lucky bride fiancé gave one coveted stones!