Special Cut Diamond Shapes

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Venus Cut

Kristall Smolensk has developed more than 80 unique fancy diamond cuts, including the Venus, a 10 sided cut that is exclusive to North Carolina based Reeds Jewelers. Venus cut diamonds have 81 facets and are laser inscribed with an identification number. Diamond Grading and Light Analysis Report.

Vera Wang

Vera Wang is said to “create sparkle” with her new signature Feather Round diamond solitaire, a large round with an intricate stone design. She also offers a fan emerald cut diamond solitaire with baguettes.

Verrywinkle Princess

Verrywinkle Princess is a variation of a standard princess with a different quantity and arrangement of facets. The corners do not come to a point but instead resemble the corners of a radiant cut.

Verrywinkle Radiant

The Verrywinkle Radiant is a variation of a standard radiant but with 84 facets arranged differently. Most people prefer the sparkle, brilliance, and fire in a Verrywinkle radiant over the traditional radiant cut. The diamonds are cut and polished in Netanya, Israel.

Verrywinkle Round

Verrywinkle Round (70 facets) is a variation of the standard 58 facets with a different arrangement of the facets. The diamond was designed by Moses Hodara, a close and trusted friend to Perrywinkle’s. Moses cuts the diamond in Netanya, Israel exclusively for Perrywinkle’s. Most people prefer the sparkle, brilliance, and fire in a Verrywinkle round over the traditional round brilliant when compared side-by-side.

Victorian Cut

A new dimension in classical beauty. Fascinating online experience. Earrings, bracelets, rings. Natural fancy colors white, pink, and yellow. With uniquely faceted symmetry, this diamond is an unprecedented evolution of the classic emerald cut shape.

Virtue Cut

Doron Isaak‚ the Los Angeles­based designer of Couture Gems - a collection featur­ing the Noble Cut - is adding another original cut to his repertoire. The Virtue Cut‚ a trademark and patent of Doron Isaak‚ will be unveiled in February 2004 at the Centurion Show and Conference and will be fea­tured in the designer's 2004 Couture and Ready-to-Wear Collections. Similar to its predecessor - the Noble Cut – in terms of its geometric shape‚ the Virtue Cut takes its inspiration from Art Deco. It has clean lines and simple design‚ con­tinuing Isaak's emphasis on the under­stated beauty of a diamond and featuring his trademarks of symmetry‚ line per­spective and depth.