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Magen David Diamond

Magen David or The Shield of David (also called the Star of David) is widely known as the symbol of Judaism.  It is affixed to the pavilion of this diamond so that its reflection is clearly visible within the table as well as throughout the entire stone.

Maharaja Cut

This is one of the more interesting multi-faceted cuts that were designed on behalf of Gitanjali Gems Limited by Adri Voorn. United States Patent - D504,636. The patent diagram is shown from the pavilion.

Maple Leaf cut diamond
Marigold Cut

With 33 facets on the crown, 32 facets on the pavilion, the octagon shaped Marigold cut has the total of 65 facets (step cut on both the crown and the pavilion). The Marigold Cut was originally introduced as part of a group of "Flower Cuts" by De Beers 10 years ago. Nicholas Oppenheimer, chairman of the De Beers Group, presented the 5 new diamond cutting designs at the 24th World Diamond Congress in Singapore in August 1989.

Marquise

Taking its name from a French legend, this cut is a modified brilliant with 56 facets.

Meteor Cut

The Meteor Cut was born on 10/10/10. This superb diamond cut has a decagonal shape, and its 10 straight walls are wonderfully built of 71 facets. It took 10 months of diligent work and persistent attempts to overcome the technical challenges, in order to cut the diamond with flawless symmetry, each facet perfectly angled, so that it radiates dazzling brilliance. With its exceptional luminosity and endless refraction of light, any Meteor Cut diamond is easily recognized at first glance.

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