Simple style of cut employed on small stones, usually those intended to be used in mountings in conjuncture with a large central stone. Single cuts are circular at the girdle.
A brilliant cut (round) with 17 or 18 facets: 8 bezel, 8 pavilions, a table and a culet facet.
It is a brilliant round cut which has 17 or 18 facets: 8 bezel, 8 pavilions, a table and a culet facet.
A simple cut of 17 - 18 facets, given to small diamonds.
diamond with a minimum amount of facets. Round single cut diamonds usually have 16 facets
Stones with seventeen facets or fewer.
A style of diamond or other gemstone that contains only 18 facets. Single-cut diamonds are often used in watchcases.
Confusingly, another name for eight cut diamonds, with 18 facets.
A small diamond which has only 17 or 18 facets instead of the usual 57 or 58. These tiny diamonds are usually used for pave settings or other jewelry that involves many small diamonds.
A brilliant cut (round) with eighteen facets: 8 bezel, 8 pavilion, a table and a culet facet.
Small diamonds are given a simple cut of 17 or 18 facets.
A round-cut gemstone with 17 facets. Common for small gems.
Stones consisting of seventeen facets or less.
A cutting style for a round gemstone with eighteen (18) facets: eight (8) crown, eight (8) pavilion, a table, and a cutlet which is sometimes omitted. Single cut diamonds are common in sizes up to about ten (10) points.
A diamond that is smaller than .01 carat and has 16 or 17 facets. It is commonly used in pave jewelry and other jewelry with closely set stones.
A simple form of cutting for small diamonds. Consists of a table, eight bezel (top) facets, eight pavilion (bottom) facets.
A simple form of cutting that has a circular girdle, a table, eight bezel facets, eight pavilion facets and sometimes a culet. It is used mostly for small diamond melee.