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The traditional choice for all occasions and preferred by many for their personal investment portfolio. The depth percentage of round diamonds should range between 58 to 63 percent and the table percentage should range between 55 to 64 percent. The most desired percentages are the 60 percent, and perfectionists will look for depth of 59 through 62 percent and table of 56 through 58 percent. Round diamonds are the best seller of all diamond shapes. The vast majority of sold diamonds are rounds.

In the search below no field is mandatory, you may select the Round diamond by budget to get results. Which you may narrow the results by limiting any other fields, to get an eye clean and white diamond you may choose H or better color (D to H) and SI1 or better clarity (IF,VVS or VS),if you are on a budget that does not give results go down to SI2 which many are also eye clean or go down with the color to I or J.

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Round Diamonds 
One can never go wrong with their choice of a round cut diamond. Such is the popularity and supreme beauty it beholds. The term diamond has always been associated with sparkle and it is the round brilliant cut that best exemplifies it. They are the most versatile of all the diamond shapes we have today.

Round diamonds have a history that dates back to as early as the 17th century.That was a time when diamond cutters had initiated their search for the most accurate way of cutting diamonds. The eventual discovery of the ‘old mine’ orthe ‘old European cut’ in the 1700s led to the unveiling of a series of other cuts. With the publication of the thesis “Diamond Design: A Study of theReflection and Refraction of Light in Diamond” by Marcel Tolkowsky, a noted engineer and diamond cutter, the popularity of the round diamond soared. 

With the advancement in technology, a more modified version emerged. The modern round brilliant cut has 58 facets which are distributed amongst the girdle,crown and pavilion. When there is no culet, it comes with 57 facets. The standard ratio that lies between 1.00 and 1.02 is said to exhibit the maximum shine. The round brilliant cut is an embodiment of un paralleled beauty and sparkle.

Some Fascinating Facts about the Round Diamond:


  • Round cut diamond alone constitutes approximately 80% of all diamonds sold. In other words, vas magorfity of the diamond sold are round cut diamonds. This is one diamond cut that will never age with time.
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  • Optimized for light refraction, the round brilliant cut delivers supreme fire and scintillation. The impressive intensity of fire and brilliance, hides traces of colors, inclusions and blemishes in the diamond. And because of the exceptional display of light, a diamond of low clarity, color and even cut can still manage to lure you with its sparkle.
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  • In the making and cutting of the round brilliant cut diamond, a lot of the rough stone is lost thereby, making it the most expensive diamond of all the diamond shape. A 1.00 carat, VS2 clarity, F-color and excellent round brilliant cut diamond will cost approximately 25-35% more than any other fancy shape diamonds
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  • Lastly, the round brilliant cut is the oldest of all the diamond shapes.
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Tips to Buy a Round Diamond:


First of all, do not confuse a round diamond with that of a round brilliantcut. Make sure you know what you are buying because a round diamond need not necessarily be the same as as the round brilliant cut diamond. Lastly, ensure that the diamond you are buying is certified and has the tag of reputed diamondl aboratories like EGL, AGS, IGI or GIA.



Round Diamonds

Why Is Round Such a Popular Cut in Diamonds?

That is a question that pops in the mind every time this cut shows up top of the list each year. What makes a round brilliant cut so coveted, and how has it retained its popularity through the escalating sales of so many other fashionable and interesting diamond cuts. There are many reasons for why the round cut still accounts for 75% of the diamond sales in the jewelry industry. Let’s take a quick look at some of those reasons.

  • First of all, it’s the beauty of this cut that stands behind its eternal popularity. A round brilliant cut diamond is truly an eyeful. The geometry of the round cut features only 58 faces and with these 58 faces, the stone captures and reflects light. The result is a mighty sparkle the equal of which is still unknown. The round diamond hasn’t always been this incredibly sparkling. Through the passing years, lapidaries have perfected it making it the gorgeous cut that it is today. The round cut of today is a classic cut with a modern flare.
  • Beauty is only one half of its USP. The other half is brilliance. Round diamonds are famous for their unparalleled brilliance. For those who are not familiar with the industry inside terms, brilliance is what you see in the form of sparkle. It is the amount of light that the cut bounces off with its table. Although brilliance is incredible with all round cut diamonds, it is the most in the ideal cuts. That’s what makes an ideal round cut diamond a complete eye-catcher.
  • Another thing commonly mistaken with brilliance which this cut is high on is fire. Fire in a diamond is the amount of colored light that it throws off. It is this play of colors that makes a diamond attractive and valuable. Fire too cranks up when the cut is Ideal or Excellent. So those looking to buy a round diamond, there goes your cue.
  • A round cut diamond is also a very versatile stone, aside from everything else. It is classic, it is modern, it is stylish and it is dynamic. A round diamond is at home in a vintage-inspired piece as much as in a contemporary styled jewelry. It works with all manners of designs.

Thus, all told, round diamonds are popular for very valid reasons and likely to go a long mile before they rest. 

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