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Polishing Process

With Passion & Perfection

For maximum brilliance, every facet of a diamond should be professionally polished after the cutting
and bruting process. A high-quality polish will leave little to no scratches and marks. while a poor polish
can result in imperfections on the surface of the diamond.

  • In a diamond, the crown and table facets act as windows, driving light return and ultimately determining the brightness of the diamond. The crown facet also acts as a prism to disperse light giving off fire and the size and angle of the crown facet primarily determines the amount of fire a diamond gives off.
  • The girdle is the outer edge of the diamond, where the crown (top) meets the pavilion (bottom). A diamond girdle can be rough, polished or faceted.

  • The pavilion and lower girdle facets of a diamond act as mirrors and a diamond’s ability to act as a mirror is determined by its refractive index.

  • The culet is the small area at the bottom of a diamond's pavilion. The culet can be a point or a very small facet sitting parallel to the table.

  • Polish proccess has been finished and ready to the next step