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Circular diamond shown within a pair of fine, pointed tweezers

The cut of a diamond is responsible for the quality of a diamond’s sparkle. If a diamond is cut poorly, it will appear dull even if it has a high colour and clarity grade. If a diamond is cut well, it will reflect and refract light for maximum brilliance, sparkle and luminosity.


There are three factors that determine a diamond’s cut: 


  • the level of precision on the angles and proportions of the stone.

  • the symmetry where the facets align and intersect.

  • the polish on the finish of the stone.


I only use ‘excellent’ and ‘very good’ grade cuts. 


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