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Gemstone and their cuts
By Dashrath International

Mine
• Gemstones are extracted from
different mines all around the
world
• Wether by surface mining, or
open pit or strip mining
• The Picture is an open pit mining
site in Zambia called Kariba

Raw material
Raw Gemstones, on left picture raw
amethyste before being cut
On right picture a beautiful Topaze crystal.
First Gemstones are roughly cut with a
cutter plier or a circular saw in order to
eliminates a maximum of inclusion.

Black spinel, before and after
Being cut

Standard shapes
These are the most used shape in jewel industry
There is also standard size; 1mm, 1.25 mm,1.5 mm,
1.75 mm, 2mm, 2.5mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm
8mm, 9mm, 10mm, 12mm for round shapes
And 3*4mm, 3*5mm, 4*6mm, 7*5mm, 6*8mm, 7*9mm,
8*10mm, 10*12mm,10*14mm, 12*16mm for
Ovale shapes

Other popular Shapes
Asscher cut was first designed
By Joseph ASSCHER in 1902, this
Shape is square with dramatic
Cut corners forming almost an
octogon

By cutting a gemstone’s pavilion
A special way, a star is observable
Through the table, this is called
A star cut gemstone

Bubble cut is defined by inclusion
Of round carved shape on Gemstone
facets

When the table of a gemstone
Is only composed by square,
The cut is called « Checkboard »

A Bufftop gemstone is a stone
Where the pavilion has been
Cut faceted, and the table has
Been cut cabochon

Fancy shapes
Fancy shapes means custom shapes, any shape is possible
For example this Zultanite shaped like a snowflake
Other examples of fancy shapes

Facets
The different kinds of facets enhance the aspect of gemstones

Honeycomb facets

Triangle facets

Square facets

The art of facetting

The final gemstone, must not be too shallow nor
Too deep, because of light reflection.

Standard 58 facets

An example of 144 facets

Multifacets or « Portuguese » cut

Cabochon
Oposed to faceted gemstone, cabochon is cutting the gemstones
To have a round smooth surface.


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