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Are you looking for loose diamonds? Then browse our inventory of wholesale loose diamonds to find the best match at the best possible price. We have an inventory of over 5,000 loose diamonds but not all of them are listed online yet, so if you are looking for a specific diamond and you did not find it on our web site please e-mail us at sales@ItsHot.com with your loose diamond specifications (shape, size, carat weight, color, clarity, price range). Our representative will get back to you within 24 hours. Below are choices of Diamond Cuts (Diamond Shapes). Often cut to accentuate an individual diamond's inherent characteristics, diamond shapes also reflect a timeless chain of style and fashion through the ages. With each shape wrapped in its own story of creation, the purchase of a diamond becomes the purchase of a unique living legend. Choosing your diamond shape The most important factor in choosing a specific diamond shape is the understanding that shape reflects the aesthetic preference of the wearer. However consideration should also be taken of the wearer's personality and finger size. The descriptions below will help in deciding on your choice of diamond shape.
Round Cut Diamonds
This shape has set the standard for all other diamond shapes. The Classic cut. Accounts for more than 75% of diamonds sold today.
Princess Cut Diamonds
This is a square or rectangular cut with numerous sparkling facets. It is a relatively new cut and often finds its way into solitaire engagement rings. Flattering to a hand with long fingers, it is often embellished with triangular stones at its sides. A square cut diamond that has refractive properties almost near round brilliant.
Asscher Diamonds
Developed in 1902 by the Asscher Brothers of Holland. It is a stepped square cut, often called the "square emerald cut" and like an emerald cut, the Asscher has cropped corners. The Asscher cut was inspired by the table cuts of the Renaissance, however, it was a big departure form the brilliant cuts that dominated the1800's and was a forerunner of the standard emerald cut. Because of its high crown and small table, the Asscher cut has more light and fire than an emerald cut.
Marquise Diamonds
An elongated shape with pointed ends inspired by the fetching smile of the Marquise de Pompadour and commissioned by the Sun King, France's Louis XIV, who wanted a diamond to match it. It is gorgeous when used as a solitaire or when enhanced by smaller diamonds. Like the emerald, the marquise is a traditional shape. This is probably the fourth most popular shape behind the round, princess and oval.
Emerald Cut Diamonds
This is a rectangular shape with cut corners. A traditional octagonal cut. It is known as a step cut because its concentric broad, flat planes resemble stair steps. Since inclusions and inferior color are more pronounced in this particular cut, take pains to select a stone of superior clarity and color.
Pear Shaped Diamonds
A hybrid cut, combining the best of the oval and the marquise, it is shaped most like a sparkling teardrop. It also belongs to that category of diamond whose design most complements a hand with small or average-length fingers. It is particularly beautiful for pendants or earrings. The tear shape diamond has fairly good proportions to refract light well. The Pear cut combines the brilliance and form of a round stone with the elongated elegance of a marquise.
Oval Shaped Diamonds
An even, perfectly symmetrical design popular among women with small hands or short fingers. Its elongated shape gives a flattering illusion of length to the hand. Reminiscent of the round brilliant cut, both in sparkle and shape.
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