culet


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culet

[′kyü·lət]
(lapidary)
The sharp point of a brilliant-cut stone.
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a lathe, drill press, hack saw, soldering gun, threading tools, files, and a high speed grinding wheel to polish down the culets of the brilliant-cut gem diamonds to form anvil faces.
In addition to being able to filter results by carat weight, cut, color, and clarity, consumers can use advanced search features including delivery date, polish, symmetry, depth and table percentage, fluorescence, price per carat, and culet.
The Angara Rating takes several concerns into consideration when creating the proprietary formula that analyzes a variety of different criteria including color, clarity, cut, culet, fluorescence, girdle size, polish and symmetry to achieve a scale grading that is easy to use by any jewelry customer -- novice or experienced.