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Centenaire Diamond Cut

The Centenaire is a modified round with 100 facets. IGI certificate for diamonds 0.30 carats plus. Antwerp based Michielsen Manufacturing & Co., brands the cut, "As an aureole of sunrays the light will exit the diamond and with this it shows the characteristics of this very special diamond cut, which makes it recognizable from far."

Centillion

A well designed 110 facets cut with an original appearance in terms of its external symmetry. The Centillion’s angles enable the observer to see more external and internal reflection and to distinguish more colors of the spectrum when compared to the standard 58 facet round cut. LID uses the most advanced technology for production; including laser guided robotic arms for fast, precise and consistent cut. Diamonds are Kimberly certified - guaranteed not to be conflict diamonds.

Cento Diamond

The Cento Diamond by Roberto Coin - 100 facets – 100% unique - comes with a certificate of authenticity and a diamond grading report. Floral pattern around the culet, inscribed girdle, complies with UN resolution. Italian designer, Cento (pronounced CHEN-TO) meaning "100" in Italian is one of Roberto Coin's most innovative creations. The additional facets allow the light to reflect and refract to create an exceptionally high degree of scintillating brilliance. Guaranteed to comply with the United Nations resolutions promoting conflict free diamonds.

CentSation Cut

A round stone with 101 facets, representing the name of the angelic healer, Michael. Diamond manufacturers, NNH, in Ramat Gan, Israel, who are now planning a special department for the new brand, have said that they will market this special cut with special gemological certificates bearing the name of the brand.

Chaim Cut

This trademarked designer diamond (81 facets) was introduced into the market in the USA, by Chaim Nissenbaum, in 2006. Gemological Institute of America (GIA) certificates. The diamond is shown set in jewelry including pendants, earrings, and bracelets.

Champagne Diamonds

Since 1720, the Krieger family has been driven by a passion for adding value to the most unusual diamonds. The company began polishing diamonds in 1896 and in 1935 founded its own diamond cutting operations to include their vision of creating unique items for every gemstone; and now they have done it with natural fancy champagne color diamonds starting with rounds especially cut for this beautiful color.

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