The round diamond, also known as the brilliant round cut, is the most popular diamond shape in the world. The other shapes such as the princess cut, cushion cut, marquise, emerald, radiant, pear, oval and asscher are known as fancy cuts.
It’s not difficult to see why the brilliant round cut is preferred over the others; the round diamond has a better ability to reflect light than other shapes. However, it also depends on the depth of the stone. The light enters the rock from the top, which is known as the table Diamonds that are too shallow or deep let the light escape from the lower part. This cone-like portion of the stone is called the pavilion.
There are cut grades which define how brilliant a round cut can be. As the name poor cut suggests, one must never bother buying a stone with this cut. On the other extreme, there is the ideal cut which means the diamond has a great shine. The term ideal cut is for a consumer’s understanding; a diamond grading certificate calls it the excellent cut.
The diamond colour is also important when it comes to selecting a brilliant round cut. Most people prefer the diamonds within the D-F colour range when it comes to round diamonds. Even where clarity is concerned, customers go for stones with a minute or no inclusion. This ensures that the shine of the brilliant round cut is not affected.
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