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Hey Guys,

I have a ring that is 1.53 carats, 7.3 mm with measurements of

7.39 x 7.35 x 4.58.

What kind of cut would that be classified as under GIA standards?

Thanks for all your help!

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Hey Guys,

I have a ring that is 1.53 carats, 7.3 mm with measurements of

7.39 x 7.35 x 4.58.

What kind of cut would that be classified as under GIA standards?

Thanks for all your help!



Cut styles are classified by shape and facet arrangement. If the stone is round, then it's a round cut. If it's got all of the main facets in the pavilion coming to a point, then it's a "brilliant". If the facets are arranged in parallel rows, then it's a "step cut". The names and facet arrangements are myriad, check out this sites tutorial on diamonds here: Diamond tutorial at DiamondRing.com


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