A cut perpendicular to the slope of the member at its end.
See stone cuts.
A type of gem cutting that resembles an emerald cut.
Is produced when a long hop is hit by the batsman to (or past) the point position. It is not a cut against the grain.
A square cut gem with sharp corners.
A style in which the stone is square and bordered by four long narrow facets that are step cut. Similar to emerald cut.
Similar to emerald cut, the stone is square and bordered by long narrow facets
A style of gem cutting resembling the emerald cut.
End of top chord perpendicular to the slope of the member. Cut made at 90 degrees to the length of the member.