Diamonds. Thursday , June 29th , 2017 - 23:00:02 PM
Gemisis diamonds are beautiful and almost perfect diamond replicas. Unfortunately, they are not available in a clear, white color, so they are not a good choice for traditional diamond settings. However, if a yellow, orange or pink diamond is what you crave, Gemisis offers stunning choices in beautiful precious metal, fine-jewelry settings.
The oval or elliptical cut, is a relatively new shape, invented in the early 1960s by Lazare Kaplan. It provided a change from the classic round cut and hence became very popular. The angles used in oval cut are ideal for the maximum optical effect. The oval shape is also best for maximum scintillation and fire. It has triangular facets and looks even better with a brilliant cut. Before buying an oval diamond, you need to take some precautions. Check it carefully at different angles in natural sunlight. The right width is 1.5:1. If the width is more than this, it may have an undesirable effect, popularly known as the 'bow tie effect'. If the 'bow tie effect' is present, you can see some unwanted dark shades at a few angles of the diamond. If the width is less than 1.5:1, then there are chances that your oval-shape may look like an ill-cut round.
They were first discovered in Canada in the mid 1980s at Point Lake near Lac de Gras in the Northwest Territories. Since then, several mines have opened. The major ones include:
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