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The best cut for diamonds
2020-05-09

The brilliant light of diamonds comes from its brightness, fire color and flicker, which involves all the details of diamonds such as precise proportions, precise symmetry, and fine polishing. In order to achieve the transcendent brilliance, the 100 facets of the LOVE100 constellation Aurora are more stringent, and it has created its unique star-like dazzling brilliance.


What should be the optimal cutting ratio for diamonds? The cut grade is mainly through measurement and observation, and the degree of perfection of the diamond processing process is divided from the two aspects of proportion and modification.


The cutting of a diamond affects the brilliance of the diamond. The cutting ratio refers to the ratio of each part of the diamond to the diameter of the waist of the diamond and the main cutting angle. The cutting ratio determines the degree of light reflection and refraction of the diamond and whether the diamond "fires". In order to get the most dazzling brilliance, people have designed the ideal diamond standard cut surface, that is, 57-58 cut surfaces.


In 1999, Antwerp cutter Tokovsky used optical calculation to draw a round diamond cutting pattern. Such cutting can reflect the brilliance and gloss well, including table tops, kite faces, star faces, waist faces, There are a total of 58 facets, such as a pointed base, and small diamonds under 25 minutes have no pointed base, and a total of 57 faces, thus laying the foundation for bright cutting. The diamond cutting ratio is as follows: average waist diameter: 100%; table top: 53.0%; crown height: 16.2%; pavilion height: 43.1%; crown angle: 34 degrees and 30 minutes.


In the years to come, another top master, Gabi Tokovsky, appeared in the Tokovsky family, who made outstanding contributions to the diamond industry and was a master of the rich masters. Because of his well-respected status and superb skills, he was tasked with cutting two of the world's largest diamonds: the Diamond of the Century and His Majesty the Golden Diamond. In 2017, Gaby Tokovsky implanted his inspiration for cutting the world's two largest diamonds into the design of LOVE100, and the LOVE100 constellation Aurora was born.


The ratio is the most important factor in determining the quality of diamond cutting. The ratio refers to the average diameter of the waist is 100%, and the other parts are relative to it. If the ratio is just right, the diamond can be dazzling. If the ratio is not good, the diamond will be overshadowed. The ratio includes the ratio of each part of the diamond to the average diameter, which mainly has the following eight ratios:


Table width ratio: the percentage of the width of the crown table to the average waist diameter;

Crown height ratio: the percentage of crown height relative to the average waist diameter;

Crown angle ratio: the angle between the main facet of the crown and the horizontal plane where the waist circumference is located;

Pavilion depth ratio: the percentage of pavilion depth relative to the average waist diameter;

Pavilion angle ratio: the angle between the main facet of the pavilion and the horizontal plane where the waistline is located.

Base tip ratio: the percentage of the maximum diameter of the base tip relative to the average waist diameter;

Total depth ratio: the percentage of the vertical distance of the crown tabletop to the tip of the crown relative to the average waist diameter;

What is the best diamond cutting ratio? The size of the table directly affects the brightness and fire color of the diamond. If the table is too large, the brightness is large, and the fire color is reduced; if the table is small, the brightness is small, and the fire color is increased. . When the stage width ratio is 53%, Huo Cai performs best.


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