brilliant cut


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brilliant cut

[′bril·yənt ¦kət]
(lapidary)
A style of cutting gemstones in which there are 58 facets, all triangular or kite-shaped, except for a large facet at the top of the stone and a very small facet at the lowest point.
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A sophisticated ring with a modern sensibility, the exceptional platinum setting allows the brilliant cut diamond to be visible from every angle, enhancing its beauty.
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54 carats with an unprecedented 90 facets--32 more facets than the traditional 58-facet brilliant cut.
The brilliant cut diamondset necklace suspends a fringe of 25 ruby and diamond-set stylised floral drops.
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