The Diamond Cutting Process

2 August 2016 / Blog

When a diamond is first found near the surface of the earth, it generally does not look much like what we imagine a diamond looks like. In fact, most diamonds found are not even suitable for use as jewelry, either because they are so small, or because they are full of impurities. Those diamonds that do happen to make the cut must then be cut and polished. Diamond cutting can be done in numerous ways, giving different diamonds different shapes and different numbers of surfaces, but it is always a long process that must be done by a professional diamond cutter, in order to maximize beauty and reflectivity. This is what gives your diamonds the glimmer they deserve.

The Diamond Cutting Process

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