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The round brilliant cut diamond is one of the most popular and traditional cuts for engagement and anniversary rings, as much for its beauty as for its stunning optics. Nearly 80% of all loose diamonds sold in the marketplace are round cut diamonds, which can come in a variety of cut styles, including Swiss Cut (34 facets), Single Cut (18 facets) and Modern Round Brilliant Cut, with a total of 58 facets (33 on the crown, or top of the diamond, and 25 on the pavilion, or bottom).
The round cut is ideal for anyone looking for something traditional, classic, and yet timeless. It’s also perfect for someone looking for a diamond that truly sparkles, as the round cut has the best refraction and dispersion. The round cut diamond is also remarkably versatile, and can be set in a prong setting, bezel setting, pave setting, and channel setting.
For a century, expert diamond cutters have used advanced theories of light behavior and precise mathematical calculations to optimize the amount of brilliance and fire within a round diamond. From this work, the round brilliant cut diamond now offers unparalleled fire and brilliance, without having to cut away a large amount of the diamond. These precious stones provide the most brilliance of all diamond shapes, which is why they are more likely to be set in solitaire, four-prong engagement ring settings, in order to best showcase their brilliance. At Mark Broumand, we offer round brilliant cut diamonds in a variety of designs, including antique and solitaire, as well as a variety of settings, ranging from simple to intricate pave settings. Beyond our showcased designs, we can customize any engagement and anniversary ring to match your specific taste.
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