Cut Of A Diamond
The cut of a diamond describes how well-balanced the proportions of a diamond are and how these surfaces, or facets, are arranged to produce sparkle and brightness. What is, for instance, the ratio of the diamond’s depth to its diameter? The diamond’s beauty and price are determined by these minute but crucial elements.
The cut of a diamond not only refers to the diamond’s shape, it also refers to how effectively the diamond returns light back to the viewer’s eye. A well-cut diamond will appear very brilliant and fiery, while a poorly cut diamond can appear dark and lifeless.
Diamond Cut Grade
Diamond cut grade is based on a number of factors including symmetry, polish, brilliance and fire. For the most brilliance and beauty, choose Ideal-cut diamond. dimend SCAASI diamonds are analyzed for their cut grade, so you can be assured in their beauty.
Reflection Of Light
As the light moves through the diamond, it is scattered and fractured, creating the sparkle that diamonds are known for.
Due to all of the incoming light being reflected through the table, ideal and excellent cut diamonds blaze with incredible sparkle, fire, and brilliance. They are evaluated using a very specific set of criteria. Ideal and Excellent cut diamonds are quite expensive because of their superb dimensions, polish, and symmetry scores. They have the most brilliance, fire, and light reflection.Shop Ideal Cut Natural Diamonds Shop Ideal Cut Lab Diamonds
Diamonds with a Very Excellent cut have extraordinary fire and sparkle. The diamond’s table reflects a sizable portion of the incoming light. They dazzle similarly to diamonds with an Excellent cut grade and offer outstanding value.Shop Excellent Cut Natural Diamonds Shop Excellent Cut Lab Diamonds
Micro Cut Precision first became possible in the late 1980s in rounds and is only now surfacing in fancy shapes. This is a measure of how well all of a diamond’s facets align with each other in 3D. It takes improved tools, more time and higher skill sets to accomplish top precision. More importantly it expends more carat weight.
When present in top-performing diamonds, cut precision can boost contrast, dispersion, scintillation and overall performance in low-light conditions.
How Diamond Cut Affects Price?
Diamond pricing involves a very complex mechanism that revolves around many different factors. In fact, the cut of a diamond can drastically increase or decrease its value. In general, you can expect the diamond’s cost per carat to increase as the cut quality improves. This is because more rough material has to be removed in order to achieve better cut proportions and symmetry when polishing the facets.
If you don’t know yet, diamonds are inherently priced by their carat weight. When more rough material is removed, the loss in carat weight for better cut quality has to be compensated with higher prices.
Diamond Cut Affecting Price
In general, you can expect the diamond’s cost per carat to increase as the cut quality improves.
Is Diamond Cut Important?
Consider a diamond’s cut quality as its light-refracting-engine. The better the cut the more powerful is its engine of light. When you select any of dimend SCAASI Ideal-cuts you can be assured your diamond is of the highest possible light performance standards.
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