Blaguna Rajani. Diamonds. November 14th , 2017.
◈Baguette-cut diamonds have only 14 facets, and lack the fire and brilliance of round-cut or emerald diamonds. But they make up in this department by having remarkable clarity.
The carat is the weight unit of a diamond. A diamond is always measured by the weight and not the size. Although the size and weight should be in direct proportion, it may not always be true as a heavily cut diamond would have a lesser carat weight than an uncut one of the same size. But if the diamond is heavier and larger as well, its price goes up exponentially. For example, if there are two 1.5 carat diamonds, the larger one will have more value than the smaller one.
Diamond willow is any wood from a Willow Tree that has been deformed into diamond-shaped sections that alternate in color. The deformation is likely a result of a fungus attacking the tree; the tree bark starts to grow away from the affected area, causing cankers to form in the wood. These cankers tend to take on a beautiful diamond pattern that alternates in dark and light wood-colors. It is a remarkably-unusual type of wood fervently sought out by woodworkers and furniture designers all across the country. When working with diamond willow, it is important to learn some proper techniques in order to protect yourself and the material. So continue reading for tips on how to sand diamond willow.
Diamond cuts are aimed at modifying and enhancing the looks of diamond crystals. There are many types of diamond cuts, like brilliant, rose, step, mixed, etc. The most popular among them is the round brilliant cut, followed by the princess cut. A princess cut diamond has a square or rectangular shape, with four pointed corners. The brilliance of a princess cut diamond is only slightly lesser than that of a round brilliant cut. So it is also known as 'square modified brilliant'. Nevertheless, princess cut diamonds are different and unique in their shape and facet arrangement. Developed during the 1980s, the princess cut has the best features of both round and square cut diamonds. These diamonds display the same degree of light return as that of a brilliant cut.
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