Rings with Princess cut stone
The square Princess cut is the perfect choice if you are looking for a stone that differs from the usual round brilliant. In the Princess cut, its bevels are designed in such a way that they give the greatest possible brilliance to the angular diamond. Princess cut does not quite reach the level of a brilliant-cut diamond in its brilliance, but a high-quality cut stone can still be seen to have a very high shine and fire for a fancy-cut stone. Discover the Princess cut diamond rings from the domestic Silván collection.
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Princess cut diamond
The beautiful Princess sanding is the second most used form of sanding right after the brilliant sanding. The Princess cut stone has sharp corners and a square shape. Due to its shape, its brilliance does not rise to the level of a round brilliant, but its facets are designed in such a way that they give as much brilliance as possible to a square diamond. The Princess cut was developed in 1970 and is a relatively new form of diamond cut. A princess-cut stone is more affordable than a round brilliant, because less material is wasted from a square-shaped raw stone during grinding. A square princess cut stone is more valuable and also more desirable than a rectangular stone.
The brilliance of a princess-cut diamond
It is difficult to predict the brilliance of the Princess cut stone and therefore giving the correct dimensions on paper is challenging. All stones other than brilliant cut are called fancy cut stones. The splendor of fancy cut stones does not always rise to the level of a brilliant cut stone. However, high-quality cut Princess stones are seen to have a very high shine and fire for a fancy-cut stone.
The four factors that affect the value of a diamond are called the 4Cs, i.e. cut (cutting), Carat (weight), color (color) and clarity (purity). Of these, the diamond's beauty and value are most affected by the quality of the diamond's cut. Quality does not mean the form of grinding, but the proportions and symmetry of the diamond grinding, as well as how carefully the grinding and polishing work has been done. The aim is to create a perfect interaction with light with the help of the grinding of the diamond, i.e. the bevels and sets of bevels ground into it. When a diamond has optimal dimensions, the light directed at it is reflected back through the largest chamfer at the top of the stone, i.e. the table, and does not escape from the sides or bottom. Of the four factors that affect the value of a diamond, the quality of the diamond cut is also technically the most difficult to analyze. There are generally accepted correct dimensions for diamond grades, but for some, such as Princess cut stones, giving them is more challenging.
Silván rings with Princess cut stone
Princess cut diamonds work especially well in row rings. Their square shape fits the body perfectly and creates a harmonious impression. The brilliance of the Princess-cut stones, on the other hand, creates a particularly sparkling end result. Princess cut diamond rings are available in Silván collection in yellow, white and rose gold.
Domestic Princess-cut diamond rings from Laatukoru
The story of domestic Silván jewelry goes back to 1972, when goldsmith Keijo Silván started making jewelry in the basement of his home in Hyvinkää. Now in its third generation, the family business manufactures Silván diamond rings and other diamond jewelry in Laatokuru's own goldsmith workshop. Verstas is still located in Hyvinkää and ten skilled goldsmiths work there. The rings are handmade from 100% recycled gold and diamonds selected with strict criteria. Diamonds are bought from large European diamond exchanges, which are committed to the industry's responsibility standards in their operations.
Engagement and wedding rings from the Silván collection are available in different gold tones and in addition to Princess-cut diamonds, but also with many other diamond cuts. Check out our wide selection and find the diamond ring of your dreams!