Digging deeper into DiamondWave’s website I discovered that they have the beautiful Crisscut diamond rings designed by Christopher Slovenski.
You may have seen Crisscut diamonds advertized in glossy magazines such as In Style Weddings, Town and Country, Elegant Bride, The Ritz Carlton, and The Robb Report. (read more about the Chrisscut here: www.christopherdesigns.com)
Of course after having seen the advertisement in any of the aforementioned magazines you still have to seek out which local jewelers have the Crisscut diamond, as the ads don’t list the scores of jewelers across the USA that stock Crisscut diamonds.
If you want to buy Crisscut diamonds online you can get them from DiamondWave. Pamela, at DiamondWave is one of the most professional and helpful diamond experts you could hope to deal with. So you are in good hands when getting her help in finding the perfect diamond.
Anyone who wants to know where to find the Crisscut signature diamonds will be very pleased with our Catch of The Day:
Today we went in search for the best deal for those looking for a Radiant Cut diamond. Radiant cuts are a fancy cut and fancy cut diamonds have to come with higher clarity characteristics than round brilliants in order to look as sparkly as a round. However here is a little secret: Brian Gavin Diamonds are so thoughtfully and meticulously chosen, and equally meticulously cut (manufactured) that you can choose a Brian Gavin Stone Stone with lower clarity characteristics and you will find that it is indistinguishable from one a few steps up on the clarity scale. Brian Gavin Diamonds are very selective in the diamonds they will even consider working with. They are constantly turning down diamond wholesalers who think they have the highest quality stones. Many wholesalers’ stones don’t get accepted as candidates due to the very exacting high quality specifications Brian Gavin Diamonds requires.
Princess cut diamonds are the second most popular choice for diamond engagement rings. I suspect this is because it has a very attractive name. Radiant diamonds actually have a few features which make them a much better choice. Radiants are somewhat similar to a Princess cut. Radiants don’t have the sharp corners so they are a little less vulnerable to chipping. Diamonds rarely chip as they are the hardest mineral on earth. However the sharp points on any fancy cut would be the vulnerable spots if the stone experienced any trauma. The Radiant therefore is unlikely to be as vulnerable.
Brian Gavin has looked at the traditional Radiant cut and made some very clever mathematical improvements to do with the light play. The cut has been altered and improved in order to get maximum light performance.
He has named this improved design the Quadex.
The diamond we have identified today as our
Catch Of The Day
is a signature cut from Brian Gavin called a Hearts and Arrows Quadex.