Sunday, 16 June 2013

Would You Like to Know About Rose Cut Gemstones?

If you talk about the gemstones, then you would find that there are a lot of varieties in cuts are available. Physical and optical properties influence how the gemstone should be cut a good example is Rose Cut Gemstones, which derived its name from its shape and facet arrangement which resembles an opening rose bud.

Since gem cutters strive to preserve as much of the rough stone as possible, you often see its unique shape and facet arrangement as a flat bottom and an elevated pointed dome with triangular facets forming a point, generally in the shape of a hemisphere or pyramid. The number of triangular facets in a rose cut diamond may vary between 12 and 24. Generally it has a lower tier of triangular facets which in combination with the upper tier, gives the look of a rose bud.

Hardness and cleavage must be considered when cutting a gemstone. Sometimes the gemstones must sacrifice weight due to inclusions. A well cut gemstone will reflect the maximum amount of light and sparkle. The art of polishing a gemstone is to maximize its brilliance and fire dispersion. A gemstone that is cut too deep or too shallow will be less brilliant and less valuable. The cut is the only factor of a polished gemstone that is controlled by human hands.
You may have to find one in heirloom collections or estate collections that are for sale, or go through an antiques dealer. But this all means that a rose cut gemstones can be more expensive than taking a standard size ring with gems featuring more trendy contemporary cuts like the round-brilliant, marquis, or princess.

Gemstones with their unique cut of Rose are an antique cut fashionable original piece of jewellery that is due to the way in which its cuts allow light to pass through in such a manner that its shine is brilliant. Lastly purchasing a rose cut variety is the best bet.

If you want to buy Rose Cut Gemstones at wholesale prices, then you can contact us via email at and place your order. Do not forget to mention about the shape, size and color of the Rose Cut Gemstone.

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