Old Cut Diamond
Find out what kind of old cuts exist, and what makes each one peculiar in its beauty.
The 4 C'S of Grading
Cut, color, clarity and carat. What’s so special about them?
Gemologists spend years in school in order to become a Graduated Gemologist expert. These are the people who are expertly analyze the cut, color, clarity and carat weight to give accurate documentation of the diamond's characteristics.
What is an Old Transitional Cut Diamond?
The transitional cut is a rare vintage cut that was being cut only for a few decades. Its rarity make some believe that it is just a legend since you will not find a GIA transitional cut in existence today. In the early 20th century, the European Cut was evolving and its evolution lead to the birth of the Transitional Cut.
5 Engagement Ring Ideas that are One of a Kind!
An engagement ring is a very special purchase which will be worn for the rest of someone's life. Why wear something mass made that everyone has seen or anyone can get. We have compiled 5 cool ideas for one of a kind rings that would truly unique.
What is the difference between an Old European vs Old Mine Cut Diamond?
The terms Old European cut and Old Mine cut are commonly confused. The majority of diamond dealers are not versed in antique jewelry and often apply a blanket title of “old miner” to all antique diamonds. In actuality, Old Mine Cuts and Old Europeans are quite different.