Diamond Faceted

by admin on March 20, 2011

Diamond Faceted

Diamond Faceted

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Radiant Star Diamond from Helzberg?

I have been looking at the Radiant Star round diamond solitaire from Helzburg Diamonds…it has 145 facets, G in color, SI2 clarity…does this diamond have the FIRE and LIGHT of other diamonds with only 58 traditional facets? Do the number of facets make the diamond better? Thanks, Neo

I work at Gordon’s Jewelers and I do believe that its a personal preference. I’m sure someone at Helzberg went over the Diamond Pyramid with you? The 4 C’s of diamond characteristics? Cut, Carat, Clarity and Color? It all depends on what is important to you.

We have a Gordon’s Diamond line that has a difference in the amount of facets varying in cut. I would definitely go with a round, as they tend to have the most facets, even when not cut into a “special” way. Now, if something is more important to you than facets, say color… G may not be the way to go. D, E and F fall into the colorless range and I prefer that myself. Also with clarity, an SI2 means its in the lower range of being “slightly included” and will have feathering. You may be more satisfied, say, with a VS2. Then with carat weight, I’m guessing this diamond is a one carat or larger and that is a good choice, especially when going for a special solitaire.

Did they mention to you that they could get in a better loose diamond to be set in your choice of mounting? We do that a lot at Gordon’s. We can always get you your brilliant round in a E, VS2.

About your question on the number of facets making the diamond “better”. Yes and no. It makes it more brilliant. I’m sure you’ve heard of the term used when referrering to the round as BRILLIANT round. The more facets a diamond holds, the more light it will reflect from the inside. The way it is cut can make a big difference to some people and that is also why I say no, you can get a brilliant round, certified colorless diamond and be just as happy in my eyes.

In the end it all depends on what you prefer, Neo. Good luck on your diamond purchase!

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