A Rose Cut Diamond Engagement Ring by Bez Ambar
The rose cut is one of the oldest cutting styles for diamonds. It emerged in the 1500s and was extremely popular in the 1700s through the 1800s. This older cut didn’t unleash the fire and sparkle for which diamonds are known and, over the years, many of these gems were re-cut as diamond cutting technology improved. Some original rose cuts are still available at antique stores, and since the cut is making a comeback, diamond cutters are fashioning them again. Modern jewelry designers are creating edgy, contemporary jewelry with an interesting, old-world vibe by adding rose cut diamonds to their pieces. – Love to Know
Bez Ambar is an expert in cutting diamonds, enhancing the color intensity and emphasizing the stones natural beauty. Bez has amassed numerous resource including diamonds cutters, dealers and mines, all of which adhere to the Kimberley Process. If you are looking for rose cut diamonds, look no further. Please give us a call or click on the button below to receive more information on rose cut diamonds.
Bez Ambar has designed many engagement rings for rose cut diamonds and manages to display them in the most beautiful and suitable of settings.
A rose cut diamond has a flat bottom and a domed, peaked top. The rose cut can take on numerous shapes. The most common are squarish-round, oval, and pear shapes. The earliest versions were thin slivers with three, triangular-shaped facets. As the years progressed, so did the number of facets on this ancient cut until the facet total reached 24. Later versions featured a second tier of facets that then culminated in a peak on the domed top, which added more sparkle. -Love to Know