WHAT SETS LAURYN ROSE SIMULANT DIAMONDS APART FROM OTHERS?
We all can agree that nothing sparkles quite like a natural gemstones, we are also certain that you will not find a better alternative than Lauryn Rose gems. Many Jewellers have find it hard to tell Lauryn Rose gems apart from naturals because of they are very similar in optical characteristics.
Simulant Diamonds can be evaluated using the same qualities that diamonds and other gemstones are graded by: The Four Characteristics, more commonly known as the “Four Cs”
- color | clarity | cut | carat weight
Only applicable to machine-cut stones, there is a five tiered grading system from A to AAAAA. A is the lowest quality while AAAAA is considered the very best and is the highest grade available.
There are two kinds of Simulant Diamonds: Machine-Cut and Hand-Cut. For the best looking and most sparkling diamonds, facets are cut evenly and precisely.
Superb quality Simulant Diamonds are hand-cut, not machine-cut, and is dependent on the technique and experience of the craftsmen cutting the stone. Machine cutting can cause stones to be cloudy, poorly polished or have inadequately arranged facets.
Using the highest quality Simulant Diamond material, each of our radiant and flawless stones are meticulously hand cut and polished by our expert professionals. Our gems are never mass-produced by machine. The quality of our hand-cut Simulant Diamonds surpasses that of an AAAAA grade for machine-cut stones and our gems are unique in quality. We create our stones to best reflect the color, cut, clarity, and sparkling beauty and allure of a fine diamond.
The GIA diamond color scale, our stones have an equivalent D or E color (D being the very top of the scale).
GEM STONE CUT GUIDE
|The round cut diamond is the most popular diamond shape, representing approximately 75% of all diamonds sold. Diamond cutters have been working with this cut to maximize its brilliance and fire. While this cut offers great flexibility within the four C’s, you will want to select higher quality grades to bring out the most brilliance within a round diamond.|
|Sometimes called a pillow-cut diamond, the cushion cut is a timeless cut that has earned its name for its pillow shape. This classic cut has been around for almost 200 years, and for the first century of its existence was the most popular diamond shape (similar to round cut today).|
|A marquise cut diamond is a perfect shape for maximizing carat weight by emphasizing the size of the diamond. Its unique shape creates the effect of longer, more slender hands and fingers. The marquise diamond has one of the largest surface areas of any diamond shape, making it a good choice when trying to maximize perceived size|
|The slender pear shape cut diamond will give fingers and hands a slimmer appearance while creating a soft and delicate look. Pear shaped diamonds are cut to produce maximum brilliance. It is a combination of a round and a marquise shape, with a tapered point on one end. Ideally, a pear shaped diamond should possess excellent or very good symmetry.|
|The oval cut diamond with additional facets that are added to eliminate the bowtie effect in the stone’s mid section. The overall effect is a stone that is more often seen as the exclusive domain of the very rich, since they look a little different from the ubiquitous Rounds. It has an incredible brilliance, similar to the round brilliant cut, but also has the advantage of accentuating long, slender finders.|