I was trying to figure out myself that surface? How did they achieve that "matte" look.Interesting.
Is the sparkly surface a finish to a metal 'plate' underneath the stone? It reminds me of the finish on a Rolex Yachtmaster dial.
I sort of place these stones in the 'cool and a bit showy-offy' box, haha, as they are obviously very expensive but do not 'perform' as most other diamonds are cut to do!.
I think what you are seeing is the matte metal underneath the clear diamond. The diamond is VS1.I was trying to figure out myself that surface? How did they achieve that "matte" look.
I assume they are rather expensive as they are hard to cut? Or perhaps, just a trend.
Looking at the video, I thought there was some "matte" rectangular piece under the table... but since it is impossible, it does make sense that, perhaps, the cut does it all. It is, indeed, a futuristic piece, but I'd rather stay in the presence.I saw that post and cringed....
I also thought that a commenter asked that question and that the company answered that there isn't anything over or under it. Just the setting and that the cut is doing it all.
To me it looks like one gorgeously huge step cut wasted.....looks like a television screen when things go fuzzy!
Doesn't it? HahahaLooking at the video, I thought there was some "matte" rectangular piece under the table... but since it is impossible, it does make sense that, perhaps, the cut does it all. It is, indeed, a futuristic piece, but I'd rather stay in the presence.
LOL, yes it does look like a TV screen.. flat and huge one.
I bet the first person to have a brown diamond engagement ring got a simular sort of reactionI cannot belive I am saything this... But I am liking it.
I would be really cool if you can custom-engrave the table with letters, initials, or even rough photo.
"will you marry me" on that table... that's epic.
Mourning jewlery is so sadsandblasted bit of metal under the diamond.
weird but then again portrait cuts always have been weird.
Rare portrait cut diamond mourning ring. The portrait diamond is one of the earliest diamond cuts, dating back to the Renaissance. The diamond was polished in a flat plane just as a glass would be, often to cover a miniature painted portrait. In this case, there are three Diamonds covering...www.bellandbird.com
I’ve seen it in person! It’s pretty cool. I believe it’s an old watch face. It’s not like anything I’ve seen before - would definitely be interesting for a collector who has the funds to spend on unique pieces like this!