FIND HPHT DIAMONDS

Shapes

At Shashvat Jewels, we apply great guidelines to the majority of our precious diamond shapes. We have an uncommon gathering of conventional round precious stones and we likewise offer the finest non-round, or "favor formed", diamonds accessible. The majority of our guaranteed HPHT diamonds are evaluated by the GIA. We are the HPHT diamond wholesaler who deal with the finest quality HPHT diamonds and offer round cut, pear cut, marquise cut, emerald cut, oval cut, princess cut, baguette cut, cushion cut diamonds.

(a.) Round Cut Diamond : It is the most common shape in the diamond. It has 57 facets, which brings the maximum brightness in the diamond.
(b.) Pear Cut Diamond : A shape with a pointed edge on one side and facets similar to diamond on the other side. It looks like a drop of water falling.
(c.) Marquise Cut Diamond : The shape is long and narrow, which has two pointed sides on both ends.
(d.) Emerald Cut Diamond : The shape does not have pointed edges, and a larger table, which makes the shape much more beautiful.
(e.) Cushion Cut Diamond : It is a shape similar to an Emerald, which has curved edges and which is usually square in shape.
(f.) Heart Cut Diamond : This shape is the most difficult shape to manufacture, and which has the shape of an heart which is the symbol of love.
(g.) Princess Cut Diamond : The shape has the square shape with pointed edges, which makes a very good look with its various facets.
(h.) Oval Cut Diamond : The shape has similar facets like Round, which is stretched to make a long shape.

Carat

Carat is the term used to measure the heaviness of any gemstone, including precious diamond stones. In spite of the fact that the meaning of a carat has changed after some time, since 1913 the global standard has been 200 milligrams, or 1/5 of a gram. Regularly, gem specialists portray carats in 1/4 increments.

Precious diamond stones can extend in size from a small amount of a carat to a few carats. Given the uncommonness of vast stones, be that as it may, the cost increases quickly with size; consequently, a solitary 2-carat precious stone will cost a great deal more than two 1-carat ones. Large diamond stones with great shading and clarity are exceptionally uncommon.