What impacts diamond cut quality?
Below are the aspect of diamond cutting that make the difference
As a diamond is polished, it develops a mirror-like surface. The more accomplished the polisher, the more luminous the luster.
Symmetry is both art and science. A diamond cutter must ensure that every facet of the diamond is perfectly aligned, mirroring and complementing its opposing facets. The more symmetrical the facets, the greater the sparkle.
Proportion dictates how the diamond refracts light. A well-proportioned diamond exhibits fire, brilliance, and scintillation.
It is not just white light. Fire refers to how light splits into the spectral colors of the rainbow and moves within a diamond, hence the term diamond fire. Royal Asscher diamonds release the most incredible intensity of diamond fire based on industry-standard measurements.
Brilliance is a technical term for the abundance and return of white light from a polished stone.
The final product is the overall shape and arrangement of facets to create a diamond you fall in love with at first sight.