Special Cut Diamond Shapes
The Perfect Diamond by Natalie K - an Ideal Cut. Each diamond, just like the woman who wears it is unique; therefore, each center diamond is laser inscribed with the Natalie K logo and its own unique identification number. An EGL certificate (as well as an appraisal) accompanies the laser inscribed diamond. Authorized retailers for the branded diamond jewelry can be found online on their site.
Diamonds are the way to almost anyone's heart, but traditional cuts in hearts and emerald can be banal. Diamonds in the Rough founder Daniel Eskapa uses natural shapes to create unusual jewelry that doesn't compromise when it comes to beauty. All Diamond in the Rough jewelry is designed and produced using conflict free certified natural rough diamonds. The jewelry can be seen at select luxury jewelers in Italy, China, and in the USA at Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman (where the brand was launched in New York).
Nenoir is a CanadaMark diamond brand that includes First Private Ownership (FPO) meaning that each diamond is accompanied by a complete “biography” starting at the mines of Canada's Northwest Territories until its personalized registration (for the consumer) when set in jewelry. Targeted at the engagement ring market because of the emotional significance of the individual and personal connection. Certification.
New Century Diamond Cut
100 facets. Michael's Fine Jewelry or Island Legacy in Hawaii. The unique pattern of the New Century Diamond cut is recognized by all major gemological laboratories.
The way the patented Nissen Cut (square shape - 24 facets) is cut is said to give it an antique style look. The cut can be used for traditional settings as well as the fashionable channel and invisible settings. Chaim Nissenbaum is the developer of this cut that is recognized for its unique brilliance and fire. DVD featuring the cut can be shown in jewelry stores for staff and customers.
Doron Isaak‚ a Los Angeles-based designer, introduced his Couture Gems Collection‚ a line of jewelry featuring the Noble Cut (a sleek version of the old step-cut kite shape) at the 2001 Luxury Show at JCK Las Vegas. The Noble diamond has a classical lineal design with 29 facets. The Noble Cut is trademarked and patented.