Did you know that the modern Asscher cut diamond has a total of seventy-four facets per stone versus the fifty-eight facets on the modern round brilliant?
This cut possesses other fascinating features such as its remarkable depth. Its series of cut parallel steps creates more internal refraction and fire. In addition, the deep culet at the base of the gem accentuates its depth by drawing the viewer in with its astonishing clarity.
An Art Deco style and conflict free diamonds have this platinum ring as the modern choice of today. With a splendid low profile, this ring makes daily wear trouble-free.
A standout .80 carat rectangular Asscher cut diamond of .80 carats amazes with G color and VS clarity. Corner set with platinum prongs, the distinctive shape of the diamond is not obscured.
Single cut diamonds, thirty in all with a total weight of .30 carats (G-H color; VVS2-SI1 clarity) accent the entire top. East and west of the main gem three single cuts embellish each side in a lozenge shaped collet. North and south rectangular collets hold six more of these sparkling single cuts.
In between are four pie shaped slices each embracing a single cut diamond. Mille grain work and fine azuring impart attention to detail in the crafting of this diamond platinum ring.