Category Archives: Diamonds

Marquise Cut Diamonds and Gemstones

The wide variety of different objects marquise cut diamonds have been compared to – a smile, football, an eye, and more – speaks to how unique and visually interesting the cut is, but diamond cutters often refer to it as a “navette.” In French, navette means “little ship” and the word perfectly describes the hull-like shape you see in a marquise cut diamond. Regardless of what object you think it most resembles or what word you think best describes the unique shape, there is no denying the fact that a marquise cut gemstone is a great option for brides seeking a non-traditional look.

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What Is An Asscher Cut Diamond?

Essentially a blend of the princess and emerald cuts, Asscher cut diamonds have brilliant faceting with X-shaped facets that go from the corners to the center cutlet. The cut features a flat table, big step facets, near-perfect symmetry, and a high crown with truncated corners that technically make Asscher cut gemstones an octagon, but they appear more like squares when the stone is set.

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Round Brilliant Diamonds Explained

Did you know that three out of every four jewelry clients have jewelry made with a round brilliant diamond? The round brilliant is classic & compliments every look and style.

In addition to its timeless appearance, this cut design has a low chipping risk and possesses the most sparkle & scintillation of any cut. Keep reading to learn more about this diamond cut.

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Everything You Want to Know About Pear-Cut Diamonds

The pear cut or teardrop gemstone is one of the most popular cuts on the market today. That’s because, similarly to the round cut, it maximizes the gem’s potential for sparkling. It’s also a popular cut for rings due to its capacity to make the finger look thinner and longer. However, rings aren’t the only piece of jewelry that is suited for this gem.

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Princess Cut Gemstones

For engagement rings, the second most popular choice of diamonds is the princess cut. This square-shaped diamond haPs between 58 to 76 facets with a rounded top, resembling the shape of a pyramid that can brightly reflect light from one of its four beveled sides. If you are considering a princess cut for your special occasion, there are a few things to keep in mind.

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Diamonds and Gemstone Cuts Explained

Diamonds and Gemstone Cuts Explained

When it comes to diamonds, all stones are not the same. There are many different sizes, shapes, and designs that give diamonds their individual character. At Revolution Jewelry Works, our focus is on creating unique fine jewelry our customers will never see anywhere else, whether you choose diamonds alone or a combination of diamonds and other gemstones. Our experts work with you to create the design of your dreams. For creative jewelry with personality, Colorado Springs comes to Revolution Jewelry Works.

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