The cut is one of the most important factors in determining how well the stone scintillates. If it is cut too shallow or too deep, it will compromise the brilliance and fire that brings a diamond to life. Conversely, a well-cut diamond will exhibit superior symmetry, proportion and polish, and sparkle much more intensely.
Round brilliant diamonds are the only diamond shape currently graded for cut by the GIA, using seven distinct criteria. Brightness, fire and scintillation are assessed based on the stone's appearance, whereas weight ratio, durability, polish and symmetry can be attributed to the diamond cutter's skill and artistry.
At Budrevich we only source diamonds that display an excellent or very good cut. In fact, the cut of a diamond is so important that we always encourage clients to prioritise a great cut over a higher colour grade.
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