A square cut, which is facetted similar to an Emerald Cut above the girdle and facetted like a Round Brilliant Cut below the girdle.
A square, faceted gemstone cut. The princess cut has a broad, flat face area and parallel V-shaped grooves underneath with a border of variously shaped facets. This cut provides excellent light refraction and is a popular for diamonds.
A type of brilliant cut fancy shape that can be either square or rectangular.
A square or rectangular diamond noted for its exceptional brilliance.
A term that generally describes a square or rectangular cut diamond with sharp corners (Square modified brilliant).
A relatively new fancy cut for gemstones based on the multi-faceted square cut. It is square when viewed from the top
Any of several popular square or rectangular modified brilliant cuts. Most princess-cut stones have 57 facets, but (rarely) may have up to 144.
A square cut, multi-faceted diamond or stone. It is a relatively new fancy cut for gemstones.
Square or rectangular shaped girdle, but with faceting somewhat similar to a brilliant cut stone with a pointed culet.
A square or sometimes rectangular-shaped modified brilliant-cut diamond.
A princess cut is a style in which diamonds and other gems are cut that is square or rectangular in shape. Princess-cut stones can have between 57 and 70 facets and varying proportions.
A modification of a brilliant square-cut gemstone.
is a cutting style in which diamonds and other gems are cut that is square or rectangular in shape. Princess-cut stones typically have between 57 and 70 facets and varying proportions. Prong is one of several claw-like wires that holds a stone in place in the setting. The most common number of prongs is four or six, although the number can vary depending on the shape of the stone being set. Proportion is the major factors that influence cutting quality, and, thus, its light reflecting and refracting ability. Prong Setting - sometimes called a 'claw' setting, is the most common used to set diamonds and other gems. It is popular for solitare-type engagement rings. Typically, a gemstone is set into three to six metal prongs that form a basket around the stone. Then, the tips of the prongs are carefully bent over and shaped, so that they fit snugly against the stone to hold it in place. When set properly, there will be no space between the prong and the gemstone surface. The visible prong ends are often shaped like a ball on the end, but they can be shaped into ovals, points, "V's", left flat, or even formed into decorative shapes like a "fishtail" or other shapes.
A square shaped, modified brilliant cut diamond. Click here to learn more about diamond shapes.
Square cut, brilliant style, gemstone.
Similar to a brilliant square-cut gemstone