A diamond that is poorly cut will be less expensive than a diamond with an excellent cut, regardless of the branding applied to the cut by the people selling it.
The princess cut is the second most popular cut for diamonds, behind round brilliant. Prices for regular princess cut diamonds are anywhere from 200-thousands of dollars with the most expensive diamond being 1.1 million dollars.
A diamond is valued by its cut, clarity, carat weight and colour. A local jeweler can show you stones in various price ranges.
The most expensive diamond, by definition, is priceless.
Of the common, popular cuts, generally, emerald cut tends to be chosen as a cut when the stone is flawless or internally flawless. So a larger -- larger than five carats -- diamond of this cut will generally bring the highest price.The emerald cut reveals larger planes on the stone, and therefore highlight the stone's innate clarity.Round
Red diamonds - are the rarest and most expensive.
A badly cut diamond will be less expensive than a well-cut diamond. Of the four Cs that are used to value diamonds, cut is below clarity and carat weight in the pricing structure.
pure diamond is the most expensive jewel
All else being equal: carat weight, cut, and clarity, a blue diamond will always be more expensive than a white diamond.
There is no adjective of diamond.There are adjectives that describe diamond eg sparkling, expensive, large, small, hard, cut
All else being equal: carat weight, cut, and clarity, a red diamond will always be more expensive than a white diamond.
Large fine rubies are the most expensive, then diamond.
A diamond is valued by its cut, clarity, carat weight and colour. A local jeweler can show you a stone in your price range.
yes not only that but the most expensive gem of all at more than $200 million
There is no one "popular" cut for a diamond. There are as many cuts as there are brides.
It's not the diamond
First of all Diamond Isn't even an element, Platinum is the most expensive element of all.
The Leo diamond is said to be the most brilliant diamond cut on the market today. This particular diamond cut comes in two variations, the traditional and the Leo diamond princess cut.
Since every diamond is a unique stone, every diamond is priced according to its unique characteristics: cut, colour, carat weight and clarity. You pay less for more flawed, more yellow and poorly-cut diamonds. There's really no way to rank diamond cut by price. However, some fancy diamonds are priced by auctioneers by carat weight: per carat given the higher-than-one-carat weight of the fancy stone. In this scheme, bidders usually pay the most for natural blue diamonds, regardless of the cut.
Diamond. The only thing that can cut through diamond is diamond
If you mean a 'hole saw' -which cuts a circular hole, - then there are versions of them to cut wood, more expensive ones to cut metals, and really expensive diamond tipped ones to cut tile and stone.
Probably a red diamond, since it is the most rare natural colour.
ofcourse it is diamond
i think it is the "hope diamond"