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Cutting Styles

The cut is a stones most important characteristic. It has the greatest overall influence on a diamond’s beauty. It determines what we think of as sparkle. At Juwelina Paris, we pride ourselves in superior cutting techniques

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The Round Brilliant is one of the simplest expressions of a cutter’s wheel. The term Hearts and Arrows is used to describe the visual effect achieved in a round Burmaline with perfect symmetry and angles. The Hearts and Arrows effect is exhibited in all of our round white Burmaline.

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Princess cut is full of fiery scintillation, bursting with reflected light.

Pear-Cut-Diamond

Bearing many of the facets of a round except the proportion is elongated along the tip. One of the keys to cutting a good Pear shape is reducing the bow-tie effect that appears in the lower mid section of the stone.

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Oval is a stone that is more often seen as the exclusive domain of the affluent, since they look a little different from the ubiquitous Rounds.

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Previously the domain of royalty, this stone has a unique shape.The crown is modified in the Marquise to form what is called a French Tip, where the bezel facet at the point of the stone is eliminated. This allows a more even spread of scintillation along the length of the stone.

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The Emerald cut is classified as a step cut; with larger facets which act like mirrors. The Emerald cut has fewer facets than most cuts. Emerald cut stone reveals a classic beauty and elegance not seen in other cuts.

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The Heart has a small slice removed from the top section, revealing a sparkling symbol of love. Our attention to detail ensures that the removed section is also polished for maximum brilliance.