Radiant Cut Diamonds

Radiant Diamond
This shape was invented by Henry Grossbard in 1977. It has 62-70 facets and is similiar to a princess cut diamond in appearance, but without the sharp corners. So a radiant cut diamond has eight sides (4 short sides as the corners and 4 long sides.) They are brilliant like princess cut diamonds, but can also look bigger for their weight. Radiants sell for about the same price as princess cuts, however they are not very popular in Australia and as such are not as commonly available. It is surprising that they aren't more popular as they are beautiful and durable.
This shape will usually cost substantially less than a round brilliant diamond of same weight and quality. For claw settings where the claw is round a radiant cut is ideal, since the claw holds the cut corners nicely and more securely when set correctly.

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PRIVATE DIAMONDS 4 SALE

Shape: Princess
Carat: 1.34Ct
Cert.: LPC*
Asking: $ 7000 (VIC)
Shape: Round
Carat: 0.83Ct
Cert.: DCLA
Asking: $ 2009 (QLD)
Shape: Round
Carat: 1.54Ct
Cert.: AGS
Asking: $ 10000 (QLD)
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