Exploring Salt and pepper rose cut diamonds

Exploring Salt and pepper rose cut diamonds

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The rose cut resembles the petals of a rose by trying to imitate the narrowing spiral of the petals; hence the name: rose cut diamond. The basic rose cut diamond has a flat base, without the pavilion, and the crown has various triangular facets that form a point rather than a table. The rose cut diamond often possesses brilliance, life and character with which no modern diamond can compare. The rose cut is not new, it was created by Belgian and Dutch cutters since the 1500s. The cut remained popular during the Georgian and Victorian eras. The recent resurgence of the rose cut, now in various colours, has once again achieved recognition as the quintessential alternative diamond cut.

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