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Pillow Cut Cushion

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Bayou

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I am obviously not an expert, yet I have learned more about diamonds in the last few months than I care to. Can someone please clarify the cushion cut for me? I understand that the diamond is a personal preference and have been introduced to the cushion while looking at round cut diamonds. It seems quite unique. The stones are by Glick and are obviously $$$. Is their something special about the term "pillow"? Is Glick that big a deal? I have seen several, but is there anything on the cert paper that I should look for? Thank you for any help!!!
 

toomanyquestions

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"Pillow Cut Cushion" - makes me sleepy....
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Sorry - I am no help, but had to say it...
 

Bayou

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Excuse my ignorance. A cushion cut was called "pillow". Will I ever learn!?
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pyramid

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I have never heard of Glick but I am not in the USA. Any shape of stone is just preference. The round brilliant does of course have most sparkle and light return. Dave Atlas or Oldminer (same person) who writes on this website has a section on his website stipulating the best proportions for fancy cuts and lots of viewers go by this.
 
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