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Some people make the mistake of referring to the cut of a diamond when they really are talking about is the shape of the diamond. It is a common mistake made by so many people now considered acceptable to call a cut or marquise cut round even though technically they are actually refers to the shape.

Here is the difference – Refers only cut the number of facets, angles of the stone and how deep or surface of the stone has been cut from the rough crystal. Cut influences how light enters and exits the diamond. If a stone has been cut too deep, the light coming from the top is scattered around the sides and the diamond will not have the same capacity the "spark" as a stone of the proper depth. Even it may seem dark or shadow.

If, however, the cut is too shallow, light pass through up and down ever, reflecting at all. A diamond is cut too shallow will appear lifeless and have no gloss. The optimum cut allows entry Light from above, are reflected in the bottom of the stone and out again at the top. This is the cut that provides the most fire and brilliance of a diamond. Correct cut a diamond is essential to have maximum brightness.

Compare this with the form, which refers to the literal form of diamond as you look down at the top of the stone. Many names diamond forms of self-explanatory. Round, pear (also called teardrop) of the heart and all forms oval easily describe identifiable. But there are others whose forms are not so easily discovered with just hearing the name. Even the way the Emerald, you could probably guess correctly. Others as the baguette, marquise, princess, and radiant are more difficult to describe if you are unfamiliar with those terms.

To further confuse things, a number of cutting names have become more well known than the diamond shape cuts are on. For example, an Asscher cut diamond, which is known for its ability to deliver a high gloss, is made of a rectangular stone.

Trillion cut diamond stone is triangular with equal sides. Then there pillow or cushion cut diamond cutting, from more than a square shape. There are also step cut, cut and brilliant cut luxury. As if engaged couples not have enough decisions to make, only those involved in choosing a diamond engagement ring can be wonderful!

And that only covers basics of diamond shapes and cuts. I have not even touched on the 4 Cs of diamonds, which is information vital to know, even before you start looking in diamond engagement rings. You have to know what to look for a diamond in order to know whether the price is a good deal or a good hose.

Other Things to consider before you begin to include the metal band (do you want white gold, yellow gold, platinum, titanium or tungsten?) and the type of environment that is more appropriate (set points? How many points are the best?), bezel set, invisible set, channel set … dear heaven, it is little wonder women start thinking about a wedding when they're girls! We need all that time just to solve all our options!

Fortunately, web site listed below may offer some guidance on shopping for diamond engagement rings. Many of these issues are explained in more detail and written in a readable style that is simple to understand. Understanding the terminology will help reduce some of the confusion and allow you to make a decision informed when it comes time to choose a diamond engagement ring perfectly.

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Honey Wesley is a freelance writer who combines her love of helping people with her writing skills. To unravel the mystery of diamonds, visit Engagement Rings-Things You Should Know. It’s one of the most important purchases you’ll ever make. You deserve to be well informed before you make it.

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