Journey of Diamonds
Diamond Cutting and Polishing
The diamonds are then got to life by expert craftsmen who transform the rough diamonds to a sparkling presentation of deep feeling. Using detailed and laborious cutting processes, its illumination is revealed. The cutter uses cleaving, sawing or laser cutting to divide the original rough into shorter, workable pieces. The stone’s edges for that special design.
Faceting trails next where 18 facets of the table, pavilion, culet and bezel are cut and polished than the next 40 facets – star facets, upper and lower girdle facets follow suit. Although most of the polishing work is computerized, some of the work is even done by hand to bring out its true shine. The best cutting method brings out the ultimate brilliance and most carat weight. An excellent cut and polished diamond, even if little in size, will stand out more than a badly cut big diamond.
Manufacturing and Setting
The finished gem is then boiled in acids to get alleviated of all dust and oil. The diamonds are now prepared to go out into the world and be set into final pieces of jewellery. They are sold to either wholesaler, who work as middlemen to deal with the manufacturer’s goods to the retailer or sold to the retailer by the manufacturer.
From jewellery showrooms and retailers, it gradually makes way into the hearts of consumers as lasting memories and moments of satisfaction.