Diamond shapes other than Round diamonds have no standard dimensions to compare against since dimensions and size of 'fancy shapes' can vary wildly. For instance, some Oval diamonds are more elongated while others are more rounded, or a Cushion diamond can either be squarish or more rectangular. This holds true for all shapes except rounds. Diamond certifiers, therefore, don't award "cut grading" to any shapes other than Round diamonds.
We know that customers value a cut grading because having one goes a long way towards determining if a specific diamond is suitable for them or not. Although your choice of diamond that is not round will not officially have a cut grade in the certificate, our gemmologists at NOVITA DIAMONDS have developed a set of standards for every other shape for the benefit of our customers. With our bespoke grading system, each stone’s “cut grade” can be found when you search via our site.
Since we can only grade diamonds that we personally have access to, only our showroom stones will be awarded a 'cut' grade by us. Unfortunately, we just don't have the resources to award similar cut grades to overseas diamonds. However, if you are interested in a stone that is not round and unavailable in the showroom and would like to know about the Cut, we will be happy to assist you; contact us and one of our gemmologists will get back to you with more information.
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