When faceting, a diamond loses 40-60% of its own weight. During processing, the jeweler covers the stone with numerous flat surfaces - facets. The classic and most common cut is 56 facets. It fully reveals the beauty of the stone thanks to the optimal combination of brilliance and "play" of light.
A well-executed cut significantly increases the value of the stone, and the wrong one can "kill" it.
Each facet is attractive in its own way. When choosing it, the jeweler takes into account the size of the stone, the shape of the future product, and the wishes of the customer.
A cut diamond consists of the following parts: