Discover the Exceptional Properties of this Three Carat Princess Cut Diamond
By Bryan Boyne (g.g.) , Friday, March 06, 2015
Can a superb diamond be too big? Can a beautiful Princess be too regal? Well, those who have seen this spectacular, A CUT ABOVE® super ideal princess think neither is the case with this amazing diamond. At 3.512ct this G VS2 is the perfect size and quality for someone wanting an absolute show stopper! It is virtually impossible for a three carat princess to be any more beautiful than this one.
By design Princess Cut diamonds are a fusion of brilliance with a square or slightly rectangular shape. With a faceting structure like a round brilliant and the angularity of the stately emerald and Asscher cuts, the princess delivers mightily.
But this is no ordinary princess cut. Like all A CUT ABOVE® diamonds
, the first requirement is a certificate of Triple Ideal by the American Gem Society Laboratories (AGSL). This credential alone is exceedingly hard to come by. Cut precision and light performance have to be exceptional for this designation to be awarded. The AGSL is the world’s authority on cut quality analysis having developed the most rigorous scientific system for analyizing the most important of the the diamond 4C’s.
Only through the exacting craftsmanship of elite diamond cutting is the full beauty of a diamond revealed. With fire and brilliance at the very top of the scale this diamond is literally one in a million.
But to become A CUT ABOVE® a diamond must pass additional testing
. It is thoroughly analyzed for even small deficits in light performance by imaging with ASET and Ideal Scope reflectors. It is intensely inspected for any minor blemishes or clarity features that could diminsish light performance or raise durability concerns. Only when a diamond is deemed world-class and ‘best of the best’ does it receive the A CUT ABOVE® pedigree.
If you are looking for a princess cut to rival the best and brightest the world has to offer, this magnificent specimen is in a league of its own!
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