You could probably have a stone custom cut but I don't know ANYTHING about that - only that it's possiblekathleenparrish|1312457912|2983920 said:The shape of the diamond I posted is what I like, but I wish it had facets like a round hmmm. Are there any stones that aren't perfectly rounded?
unfortunately it seems like what you want is an out of round shaped stone with modern day faceting perfection and that doesn't exist. At least I've never seen it in over 5 years here... you either have wonky or you don't. If you want a wonky outline, you're going to have to give some light performance and deal with an antique cut and all of it's chunky quirks. If you want it to have ideal perfection in its cut that only comes in uber-round.kathleenparrish|1312457912|2983920 said:The shape of the diamond I posted is what I like, but I wish it had facets like a round hmmm. Are there any stones that aren't perfectly rounded?
it's an OMC... they are wonderfully out of round but they tend to be deep, face up smaller, and have wonky leaky chunkiness that you either love or you don't... The modern cutting goes hand in hand though - as the pavilion and crown get more exact, the outline becomes more precise. Anyway, beating a dead horse... maybe the OP will decide she likes the wonk She wouldn't be alone...rubyprincess|1312456234|2983912 said:That's an antique stone. I'm not fab with identifying but it could be: Old Mine Cut, Cushion or an OEC that is out of round. Go to oldworlddiamonds.com and jewelsbyericagrace to look at more stones that are similar to this.
this is another old mine cut - the original cushion The closest thing you'll get to a cushion shape with ideal precision H&A round crispness is one of the square H&A stones. The precision you're looking for in a round is oxymoronic with the off round. It can't exist because of a lot of complicated pavilion angles. Once you let the round go wonk, it messes up the pav angles. In the square H&A they have the arrows set in such a way that they are still equal lengths. And honestly, I have no idea how they make up for it in the squareish corners, but... I really don't think you're going to find what you're looking for.kathleenparrish|1312517790|2984601 said:http://www.jewelry-shop.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Cushion-Cut-Diamond-Engagement-Rings.jpg
See how that is ALMOST a circle, but it has more straightness like a cushion? Are there any rounds like this because I like the facets of a round better, or would putting the prongs more to the side give it a more cushion like effect?
Thank you all for the help by the way!