Well, no. That doesn't tell you anything about whether a radiant looks large or small for its size, or how well cut it is. A square radiant for example is always going to be "smaller" than an equivalent weight round but measured in sq mm a rectangular radiant may not be. The round isn't the standard by which everything is judged.check the diameter (mm dimension) of a well cut round; now compare to the dimensions of any radiant you are considering
Why not post a link to the setting so people know what you're talking about?I am wondering how a radiant cut would look in a tapered baguette style? JA is having a setting sale
It depends on each stone, but because they are very crushed ice looking, inclusions tend to hide better.For clarity, can you go lower w/ a Radiant cut? Like an SI1 or SI2? are inclusions visible to the naked eye?