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Cutting and Polishing

This is where the brilliance and the sheer crafting of a diamond are unleashed. It takes a lot of patience to get the best out of the most. Our experienced artist’s carefully crafts each facet as one small mistake could not only reduce the diamond’s light and beauty but also unfits to our standard and quality.

Once the diamond is polished, it is evaluated and graded against a set of standards and can be classified among other diamonds.

Diamond cutting is the practice of changing a diamond from a rough stone into a faceted gem. Cutting diamond requires specialized knowledge, tools, equipment, and techniques because of its extreme difficulty. A simplified round brilliant cut process includes the following stages:

  • PLANNING

    Modern day planning of a diamond is done using computer software.

  • MARKING

    Outlining the best possible shape and cut of the diamond.

  • SAWING THE ROUGH STONE

    depending on the shape of rough diamond as not all diamonds are sawn.

  • TABLE

  • BRUTING THE GIRDLE.

  • BLOCKING 8 MAIN PAVILION FACETS

    these facets are divided into 4 Corners and 4 pavilions as the corners and pavilions run in different directions due to the atomic structure of the diamond.

  • CROWN

    the crown consist of 8 main facets and are divided into 4 Corners and 4 Bezels.

  • FINAL BRUTING

    ensuring the diamonds girdle is perfectly round and smooth.

  • POLISHING ALL 16 MAIN FACETS.

  • BRILLIANTEERING

    Adding and polishing 8 stars and 16 pavilion and 16 crown halves.

  • QUALITY CONTROL

    checking for symmetry, polish and cut (angles) after the diamond is completed