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tapered baguette lab-grown diamond is a relatively small, elongated diamond that is primarily rectangular in shape, however, one end is wider making it a long trapezoid. Physical Characteristics and Cutting Issues of Tapered Baguette lab-grown diamond The cut has square corners with rows of step-cut or step-like facets parallel to the table. Tapered baguettes do [...]

Traditional cushion shape lab-grown diamonds return light in a chunkier pattern than modern cuts. Combined with the enlarged culet (which was considered desirable for the pattern created when viewed through the table), this created a distinctive look that is prized today among dealers in antique diamonds. The standards for cushion shape lab-grown diamonds vary more [...]

Emerald shape lab-grown diamond is usually rectangular but older, square cuts are still around. It is a step-cut diamond, that is, it has rows of facets usually 48-50 that resemble a staircase and usually are four-sided or elongated. The typical size of a 1-carat rectangular emerald cut would be 7×5 millimeters. The look of an [...]

A heart-shaped lab-grown diamond is a unique and unmistakable symbol of love. Heart-shaped lab-grown diamonds are very popular in solitaire pendants as well as rings. When choosing a heart, symmetry is a very important characteristic, since it is critical that the two halves of the heart are identical. The cleft (between the two lobes) should [...]

The football-shaped marquise lab-grown diamonds are a modified brilliant-cut. Carat for carat, the marquise lab-grown diamond has one of the largest crown surface areas of any diamond shape, making it a good choice when trying to maximize the perceived size of a diamond. Like the oval diamond, the marquise shape lab-grown diamond’s elongated shape can [...]

oval shape lab-grown diamonds are a modified brilliant-cut (like virtually all-round cuts). Because the two shapes possess a similar fire and brilliance, the oval is an ideal choice for a customer who likes the look of a round diamond but wants something more unique. Oval shape lab-grown diamonds have the added advantage of an elongated shape, which can create the [...]

The modified brilliant-cut pear-shaped lab-grown diamond is a combination of a round and a marquise shape, with a tapered point on one end. The diamond is always worn with the narrow end pointing toward the hand of the wearer. Like marquise and oval cuts, the pear-shaped lab-grown diamonds come in a variety of slim to wide cuts [...]

Princess shape lab-grown diamonds also tend to have a slightly lower price-per-carat than round cut diamonds. This is because the four-sided pyramid shape of the princess cut diamond is similar to one half of the octahedron rough stone from which a princess shape lab-grown diamonds. This similarity allows two equally sized princess cut diamonds to [...]

The round shape lab-grown diamond is the most popular diamond shape, representing approximately 75% of all diamonds sold. Due to the mechanics of its shape, the round diamond is generally superior to fancy diamond shapes at the proper reflection of light, maximizing potential brightness. Round shape lab-grown diamond cost more on a per carat basis than fancy [...]

The round shape lab-grown diamond is the most popular diamond shape, representing approximately 75% of all diamonds sold. Due to the mechanics of its shape, the round diamond is generally superior to fancy diamond shapes at the proper reflection of light, maximizing potential brightness. Round shape lab-grown diamond cost more on a per carat basis than fancy [...]