Outline of a two-dimensional area (measured by height x width). An organic shape is based on nature, as opposed to a geometric shape.
This term refers to the shape that an opal has been cut into. Shapes can be oval, round, teardrop, freeform, free shape etc.
Description of the 2 or 3 dimension form of a piece of Opal
the outline of a diamond expressed as round, oval, marquise, emerald cut, etc.
Diamonds are fashioned into different shapes, such as round brilliant, pear, oval, marquise, emerald cut, heart, and princess cut(square).
There are eight common diamond shapes. They are round, marquise, pear, oval, heart, princess/radiant, emerald, and trillion. The round is the most popular (the rest are called “fancy-shaped”). There are also other shapes created and sold by manufacturers.
Shapes other than the standard round brilliant are called fancy shapes or fancy cuts. Their names are based on their shapes. The best known are the heart, marquise, pear-shaped cut, emerald-cut, oval, and radiant.
element of design signifying the silhouette, or overall outline, of a garment or other item.
A pearl's shape has a great impact on its value. Perfectly round pearls are rare, and therefore highly valuable. Other shapes of pearls include off-round, drop, oval, button, circle, baroque. Freshwater cultured pearl shapes also include stick, angel-wing, cross, and coin shapes.
The outline of a gem when viewed from its intended top.
One way to describe the appearance of a diamond. The most common shapes are round, triangular, square, marquise, pear, oval and heart.
is the form or appearance of a diamond. These are commonly round, triangular, square, marquise, pear, oval or heart-shaped.
Describes the cutting style of a gem. Some of the more popular shapes are: Round Brilliant Oval Brilliant Pear Brilliant Emerald Cut Marquise Brilliant Square Modified Brilliant (also known as Princess cut)
An area that stands out from the space next to it or around it because of a defined or implied boundary, or because of differences of value, color, or texture. Shape: geometric and organic shapes; positive and negative shapes; abstract shapes; and outlined shapes. Shape is an area that is contained within an implied line, or is seen and identified because of color or value changes. Shapes have two dimensions, length and width, and can be geometric or free-form. Design in painting is basically the planned arrangement of shapes in a work of art.
The external surface or outline of an object.
The general outline of a building or its facade.
Diamonds come in a wonderful array of shapes. Shapes include the round cut, princess cut, oval cut, pear cut, emerald cut, heart cut, marquise cut, cushion cut, radiant cut and trilliant cut - all available for sale on Gem Nation.
The overall form of a pearl. Shape affects value; the more symmetrical the shape, the more valuable the pearl. Typical symmetrical shapes are round, pear, teardrop and oval.
Shapes can be in the form of squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, and ovals.
A word often used interchangeably with "cut", although the two have different meanings. Shape should refer to the basic outline type, such as round, oval, square, princess, radiant, cushion, oblong, emerald, baguette, pear.
The face up outline of a stone after it has been cut. Common Shapes are the round, princess (square) or oval, but diamonds take on many forms, including hearts, pears, or triangles (trilliant)
Rounds, pears, ovals, etc., and any other shape of a gemstone's cut.
One of the important factors determining the quality and value of a pearl. The most valuable pearls are round. However, other shapes of pearls include near-round, drop, oval, button, nugget, rice and baroque. Freshwater cultured pearls are grown in all of these shapes as well as new, creative forms such as stick, angel-wing, cross and coin shapes.
Form or appearance of a diamond; i.e.: whether the diamond is round, triangular, square, marquise, pear, oval or heart-shaped.
A key criterion in pearl pricing and quality. Most pearls are divided into four major categories: round, off-round, semi-baroque and baroque.
A perfectly round pearl is rare, so rounds tend to be the most valuable. However, there is a wide range of shapes that make elegant necklaces and jewelry - from off-rounds to ovals and pears.
The outline of the external surface or contour of an object.
A quality evaluation category used to describe the shape of a pearl. The most valuable pearls are round. However, other shapes of pearls include off-round, drop, oval, button, semi-baroque and baroque. Freshwater cultured pearls are grown in all of those shapes as well as stick, square, cross and coin shapes.
Refers to the way that the stone is cut. Common shapes are: Round, marquise, oval, pear-shaped, heart-shaped, princess (square), and radiant (also square).
A quality factor used to describe the shape of a pearl. A round pearl is the most prized shape in the industry.
Shape (OE. sceap Eng. created thing), refers to the external two-dimensional outline, appearance or configuration of some thing - in contrast to the matter or content or substance of which it is composed.