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Royal Asscher Cut

The diamond expert, Fred Cueller, says, “It’s not very often in one’s life you can hold magic in your hands that all at once reflects the magnitude of the past and the promise of the future. The Royal Asscher diamond is that magic. Cut from an octahedral shaped piece of rough to a 74 facet step-cut octagon, this diamond exhibits all the punch of a hurricane without sacrificing its quiet sophistication and regal temperament.” He further explains, “Where the Royal Asscher appears to get its magic is from its carefully sculptured pavilion.” For much more information, check out his website.

Royal Brilliant Cut

The Royal Brilliant diamond‚ a cut created by Japanese diamantaire Mickey Ishida of EX Royal Co.‚ Inc.‚ is an 82-faceted round brilliant. The cut is its own study in the aesthetics of brilliance and scintillation‚ the concept being that‚ especially in larger stones‚ the more facets‚ the more sparkle. The cut is patented (U.S. Patent #286‚387) and the Royal Brilliant name is trademarked. The company holds design copyrights in 11 other countries.

Royal Cut

The Royal Cuts - the Baroness‚ the Duchess and the Empress - are registered‚ patented cuts of Suberi Bros.‚ Inc. The Royal Cuts were developed in the early 1990s as a way to brand diamond shapes. They are guaranteed in writing to be cut in Israel.

Royal Heart

The Royal Heart is an interesting composite cut. This patented and trademarked design features a heart shape that offers perfect proportions and fiery brilliance. The branded diamond was launched last year in Hong Kong. Manufactured in the company’s factory in Israel, it is offered in loose stones and set in jewelry.

Royalcrest

The Royalcrest Diamond was created to achieve a diamond with significantly more brilliance. The shape of the cut is rectangular, with a multifaceted, arched table that reflects and refracts light from any angle at the top of the diamond. The step facets on the arched table run across the stone. The number of facets varies for each diamond in order to maximize brilliance.

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