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A rectangular-shaped stone with rows of step-like facets. Baguettes in long, thin cut rectangles are often used as enhancements to a solitaire, or on a watch bezel.
A plain ring which fits like a band around the ring finger usually used as a symbol of marriage. This can occasionally be set with small diamonds.
A round bracelet usually worn around the wrist. This is firm and solid, unlike bracelets that are pliant or can be bent.
Bar Channel Setting
Similar to channel setting, it is a circular band of diamonds or gemstones wherein a thin metal bar between the stones hold each stone in place.
In a bezel setting, a metal rim holds the stone and surrounds the gem above the girdle. Bezel settings are considered safe and secure mounts.
A flaw in clarity that can be seen on the surface of a diamond. Though some blemishes are inherent to the original rough diamond, most are the result of the conditions in which the diamond was kept and handled after being mined.
Light reflection seen in the top view of a diamond.
The sparkle of a stone that is a result of the total internal reflection of light from the top surface of the diamond. Brilliance is created primarily when light enters through the table, or flat top of the diamond, bounces about on the pavilion facets, and is then reflected back out through the table, where it is most visible to your eye.
Brilliant cuts are most popular because they reflect the maximum light from within the stone and are often considered to make a diamond sparkle more brightly than all cuts. A round brilliant-cut diamond has 58 facets. Other brilliant cuts include the heart, oval, marquise and pear shaped cuts.
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