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    Round Cut Diamonds

    The Round Brilliant Cut was developed by Marcel Tolkowsky around 1919 as part of his PhD thesis in mathematics. Tolkowsky developed the Round Brilliant Cut ...

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    Princess Cut Diamonds

    The name “Princess Cut” was originally used in connection with another diamond cut, otherwise known as the “Profile” cut, designed by Arpad Nagy, a London ...

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    Pear Shape Diamonds

    The pear shaped diamond is also called the “tear drop diamond” because of its shape. The pear shaped diamond is a combination of the round ...

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    Oval Cut Diamonds

    Oval diamonds have beautiful brilliance similar to a round diamond. Oval diamonds are also very popular as their length can accentuate the long, slender fingers ...

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    Marquise Diamonds

    An elongated shape with pointed ends inspired by the fetching smile of the “Marquise de Pompadour” and commissioned by the sun king, France’s Louis XIV, ...

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    Heart Shape Diamonds

    Though a technical description of the heart shaped diamond is anything but sentimental (the heart shaped diamond is essentially a pear shape with a cleft ...

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    Emerald Cut Diamonds

    Choosing an emerald cut diamond As illustrated above an Emerald cut comes in different shapes, The shape that suits you right is a choice that Emerald ...

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    Cushion Cut Diamonds

    Beginnings and rise in popularity of cushion cut diamonds When the cushion cut was developed a few hundred years ago, the dominant style of diamond faceting ...

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    Asscher Cut Diamonds

    Developed in 1902 by the Asscher family, the asscher is a “stepped” square cut. As seen in the picture below the linear diamond features straight ...

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