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The Diamond Anatomy

Diamond Education Diamond Anatomy, Shira Diamonds
About one ton of rubble is dug to recover less than half a Carat of Diamond Rough, making the diamond a vary rare gem. Something as beautiful as a Diamond can be found in the most remote and deepest places on earth. It is a testament of strength, endurance and the ultimate symbol of undying love, no doubt. Each diamond is unique and each one reflects a story of its journey from the depths inside the earth into a treasured object of adornment. All diamonds share a certain feature that allows us to compare and differentiate them from one another. These are called the diamond 4Cs.

Diamond Table Size – is the length of the table of a diamond located at the top in the crown of a round brilliant diamond.

Girdle Thickness – is the thickness of the girdle, located at the side of the diamond where the upper girdle facets and lower girdle facets meet.

Crown Height – the measurement from the girdle to the table of the diamond.

Pavilion Depth – the measurement from the girdle to the culet (bottom tip of the diamond) of the diamond.

Total Depth – Crown Height plus the Pavilion Depth

Crown Angle – is the angle of the crown relative to the girdle.

Pavilion Angle – is the angle of the pavilion relative to the girdle.

Culet – bottom tip of a diamond.

Star Length – the length of the star facet located at the crown.

Half Facet Length – length of the pavilion facet.

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