Diamonds. Friday , April 14th , 2017 - 05:00:20 AM
AGS's grading system considers 11 combinations of three parameters namely proportion, light performance, and finishing properties to evaluate the fire and brilliance of the diamond under consideration. Based on these evaluations, the grade ratings of "Ideal", "Excellent", "Very Good", "Good", "Fair" and "Poor" are assigned. A diamond that meets AGS's perfect standards of symmetry, polish and proportion for cut grade is termed as "Ideal", and it is also popularly known as a "Triple-Zero" grade.
Diamond is the hardest and also the most beautiful known material on Earth. Many people use the terms 'cut' and 'shape' interchangeably, but they are not the same. Diamond cuts are nothing, but the styles based on arrangement of facets. There are 3 main types of cuts; brilliant cut, step cut, and mixed cut. It needs to be cut, to give it a desired shape. Cuts and shapes are styles, developed to make full utilization of its properties. The different types of shapes are as follows:
Pair 'o Pears: A favorite among many women, pear-shaped diamond earrings have that oomph factor. They're also called tear-shaped earrings. Whatever you call them, they'll always be among the top shapes that a woman would want her diamond to be.
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