Cushion cut lab-grown diamonds are square or rectangular-shaped diamonds with rounded corners and a large open table. They are known for their vintage appearance and their ability to reflect light in a unique way. The production of a cushion cut diamond starts with the selection of a rough diamond, which is then studied to determine the best way to cut it to maximise its beauty and value. Once the rough diamond is cut, it is then polished to create a smooth surface and enhance its sparkle.
Cushion cut lab-created diamonds have a very distinctive look, and are often considered as a classic diamond shape. It is also one of the oldest diamond cuts, but it's gaining popularity again in recent years.
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|SIZE||CARAT WEIGHT||SIZE||CARAT WEIGHT||SIZE||CARAT WEIGHT|
|4 mm||0.25 ct.||6.75 mm||1.24 ct.||10.5 mm||4.41 ct.|
|4.5 mm||0.36 ct.||7 mm||1.28 ct.||11 mm||4.91 ct.|
|5 mm||0.46 ct.||7.5 mm||1.67 ct.||11.5 mm||5.85 ct.|
|5.25 mm||0.56 ct.||8 mm||2.04 ct.||12 mm||6.84 ct.|
|5.5 mm||0.66 ct.||8.5 mm||2.43 ct.||12.15 mm||7.00 ct.|
|5.75 mm||0.76 ct.||8.91 mm||2.50 ct.||13 mm||8.51 ct.|
|6 mm||0.84 ct.||9 mm||2.75 ct.||13.55 mm||10.00 ct.|
|6.25 mm||0.93 ct.||9.5 mm||3.35 ct.||14 mm||10.49 ct.|
|6.5 mm||1.03 ct.||10 mm||3.87 ct.||15 mm||12.89 ct.|
In Modified Cushion cuts, many imperfections are concealed within the 'Crushed Ice' effect. To spot some of these imperfections, you may need magnification or specific viewing angles. When making a purchase, it's crucial to thoroughly examine the clarity of a Standard Cut diamond. However, even with a Modified Cut, it's wise to ensure that the diamond appears free of visible flaws to the naked eye.
A notable characteristic of cushion cut lab-grown diamonds is their ability to reveal a diamond's color more prominently compared to some other shapes, especially the Modified version. This means that an I-graded cushion cut diamond will display a stronger yellow tint than an I-graded round diamond. The cushion cut's multiple facets can intensify the visibility of any yellow hues. Consequently, it's not advisable to select a cushion lab-grown diamond with a color grade lower than F.
The cushion cut diamond has a long and rich history dating back to the early 19th century. The cut was originally known as the "old mine cut" and was popular in the Victorian era. It was the most popular diamond cut of that era, and was known for its soft, rounded edges and larger facets.
The original cushion cut diamonds were cut by hand, with each diamond cutter using their own personal technique. This resulted in a wide variety of cushion cut diamonds, each with its unique characteristics.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, diamond cutting technology began to evolve, and the cushion cut was refined. The angles and proportions of the cut were adjusted to create a more symmetrical and sparkling diamond. The use of diamond cutting machines allowed for greater precision and consistency in the cutting process.
The modern cushion cut man-made diamond is a combination of the old mine cut and the new cutting techniques. It maintains the soft, rounded edges of the original cushion cut while also incorporating the precision and sparkle of the new cutting techniques.
It's worth noting that LaBrilliante, as a lab-grown diamond producer, uses the most advanced technology and equipment to produce cushion cut diamonds that are identical to mined diamonds. They also ensure that their diamonds are cut to the same exacting standards as mined diamonds to ensure the best possible quality and sparkle.
Labrilliante ensures an simply process for procuring wholesale lab-grown diamonds. You can either complete an application online or reach out to us directly using the provided phone number. Our team is prepared to assist you in selecting the perfect lab-grown diamond that meets your preferences and requirements.