Blesq Diamonds
02 September 2019

The Emerald’s Cut Part 3

We’d like to share our passion and expertise for diamonds with you, which is why we’ve created the Blesq diamonds blog – read on for gripping tales and exciting news about the most precious gemstone on Earth.

In principle, an emerald can be grinded in all types of different cuts. Similar to the diamond, consideration is given to its inclusions, and its size. In India, small emeralds are often cut into pearls. Larger stones of high purity are given the Emerald Cut, which has been known since the Art Deco period in the 1920s, and has prevailed. Emerging, he is distinguished by a broad, flat panel with rectangular edges that resemble the steps from above. This emerald cut is now popular as a vintage look, visually extending the fingers. Through a vast landscape, for a jardin (inclusions) filled emerald, one likes to use the cabochon cut – an oval, smooth, and convex stone cut which is often found in rings.

At BLESQ, look for pieces of jewelry with stones of all kinds of cut styles, or have your personal jewelry crafted in the BeSpoke service.