Lotus Diamonds offer a wide variety of Single Cut Diamonds that can suit any of your diamond needs. Each diamond of ours is of the finest quality and can be widely used in pretty much all types of jewellery.
We also cater to providing diamonds that are specially designed for watches and jewellery. All our diamonds go through a very rigid quality check at each and every stage of its cutting process so as to maintain maximum quality and radiance.
Single Cut Diamonds are precision cut and styled diamonds and come with superior polishing finish. These are made available in form of ordinary and symmetrical single cut diamonds that are known for providing great impact on diamond's brilliance and luminosity. Also known as 8/8 cut diamonds with eight facets on bottom, eight on top and one table, these are demanded for their long lasting luster and elegant looks. The single cut diamonds are also called Eight Cut diamonds or 8/8 Cut Diamonds with having eight facets on bottom and eight on top and one table, that makes the total of 17 facets. We manufacture Symmetric Eight Cut Diamonds.
These single cut diamonds are specially used by watchmakers and micro setters. "Symmetry denotes that facets of top are well in alignment with facets of bottom giving optimal light out from table of the stone"
Lotus supply and manufacture any shape and size specification measurements & dimension given by clients with accuracy of +/-0.025 mm.
Lotus is synonymous for its excellent cut of diamonds in small sizes. The sizes vary form 0.50mm up till 3.60mm.
Full Cut Diamonds in symmetry are brilliantly cut round diamonds in a symmetrical design which help in enhancing the brilliance and attractive polished finish provided to the stones. These are identified by the number of facets they hold and are an enhanced finished form of single cut diamonds. We also provide White Full Cut Diamonds. The Full Cut Diamonds in symmetry come with 58 facets in comparison to single cut diamonds coming with 18 facets.
The Full Cut Diamonds are also called Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds which have 57 facets +1 table that makes the total of 58 facets. In Brilliant cut we have four type of make (cut).
The Lotus Diamonds, Hearts & Arrows diamond is a brilliantly beautiful, ideal-cut diamond that exhibits a distinctive, perfectly symmetrical pattern in the table. The uniquely beautiful brilliance of a Lotus Hearts & Arrows diamond is the result of perfect facet alignment along all of the diamond's angles. Each stone therefore refracts a maximum of light, yielding exceptionally breath taking beauty, fire and brilliance.
Diamonds cut with precisely aligned and optimally proportioned facets produce a fascinating pattern called Hearts & Arrows (H&A), a visual phenomenon that appears in the finest Ideal Cut diamonds when viewed through a gem scope.
There are generally five main components that help to define a "Hearts and Arrows" super-ideal cut diamond. These include a diamond's:
Our team of talented Artesian and skilled professionals has gone beyond the limit of imagination to produce the best of the fancy cut diamonds. The quality, Perfection of job is accurate as per our customer requirements. We manufacture following type of fancy shape small diamonds.
Baguette-cut diamonds traditionally have 14 facets, giving the diamond a high level of luster, but less brilliance than the more common round-brilliant cut.
The princess cut diamond, first created in 1980, is the most popular fancy diamond shape, especially for engagement rings. Like round cut diamonds, princess cut diamonds are a good choice for their flexibility in working in almost any style of ring.
It is best to stay within the girdle thickness range of Very Thin to Slightly Thick with Princess Cuts, because the vulnerable corners can be chipped if the girdle is too thin. The pointed corners of Princess Cuts should be protected by prongs, and care should be taken during setting. Some Princess cuts may have chamfered corners to protect the points from chipping. Chamfering is a technique where a tiny extra facet is oriented in place of the point to improve durability. It is accepted by AGS as long as the general shape remains unaffected. The AGS Lab offers a cut grade for Princess Cuts but diamonds cut to AGS 0 specifications are exceedingly rare,as they are outside of this shape`s traditional parameters and yield far less material from the original rough.
An Oval cut is an elliptical shaped brilliant cut. When well proportioned, oval diamonds can elongate the finger while exhibiting brilliance between that of a Round and a Marquise. Recommended length to width ratio for Ovals is between 1.33 to 1.66.
Because the oval diamond is a modified brilliant-cut (like virtually all round cut diamonds), the two diamond shapes possess a similar fire and brilliance. However, oval cut diamonds have the added advantage of an elongated shape, which can create the illusion of greater size.
Like other fancy shapes, Oval cuts cannot be judged solely by the numbers. It is best to see the stones in person or view vendor photos. Look out for prominent bow ties. Well-proportioned Oval cuts should have a minimal bow tie effect. A bow tie is a dark area across the centre width of many fancy shapes a result of varying pavilion angles. Bow ties show as light return that is blocked by the head of the viewer. Fancy shapes like Ovals, Marquises, Hearts, and Pears will have bow ties of varying degrees, and it is best to avoid excessively deep or shallow stones. Look for pleasing, graceful, and symmetrically shaped Oval cuts. Ovals also may show colour and inclusions more than other shapes.
The marquise cut diamond is a football-shaped, modified brilliant-cut. Because the marquise diamond is long and narrow, it can also create the illusion of greater size. Carat for carat, the marquise diamond has one of the largest surface areas of any diamond shape, making it a good choice when trying to maximize perceived size.
The modified brilliant-cut pear shaped diamond is a combination of a round and a marquise shape, with a tapered point on one end. Ideally, a pear shaped diamond should possess excellent or very good symmetry. The point should line up with the apex of the rounded end. The shoulders and wings (the upper and lower curves on the right and left side of the diamond) should form uniform, symmetrical curves.
The cushion cut diamond combines a square cut with rounded corners, much like a pillow (hence the name). This classic cut has been around for almost 200 years, and for the first century of its existence was the most popular diamond shape (similar to round cut today). Refinements in cut have led to a recent resurgence in popularity.
The unique look of the emerald cut diamond is due to the step cuts of its pavilion and its large, open table. Instead of the sparkle of a brilliant-cut, emerald cut diamonds produce a hall-of-mirrors effect, with the interplay of light and dark planes. Often, inclusions or body color are easier to see in an emerald cut diamond.
The asscher cut diamond was first produced in 1902 by the Asscher Brothers of Holland, an is a forerunner to the emerald cut. The asscher cut diamond is similar to the emerald cut, but in a square shape with larger step facets, a higher crown, and a smaller table. This combination often produces more brilliance than the emerald cut.
The radiant cut diamond is the first rectangular cut to have a complete brilliant-cut facet pattern applied to both the crown and pavilion, creating a vibrant and lively diamond. The modified square shape is a nice bridge between a cushion and a princess cut, and for that reason looks beautiful set with both rounded and square cornered diamonds.
The modified brilliant-cut heart shaped diamond is a unique and unmistakable symbol of love, popular in solitaire pendants as well as rings. Heart shaped diamonds less than .50 carats may not be a good choice, since the heart shape is more difficult to perceive in smaller diamonds, especially after they are set in prongs.
The tradition of wearing engagement rings, including those with an Rose cut diamond, symbolizes the promise of a future together which is sealed with the giving and accepting of a ring. The tradition of giving a diamond engagement ring dates back to the 13th century. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. Betrothal Betrothal rings were initially given as a pledge to marry. All wedding and engagement rings are worn on the third finger of the left hand because the vein in this finger, called the "vena amoris", was once believed to run directly to the heart which is closely associated with love. The circular shape of rings symbolizes unending love.
Half Moon cut is a form of polishing diamonds into a semi-circle or crescent shape. In the 1920 and 1930 the diamond's straight edge was faceted using step cut but today brilliant steering is used to achieve a seamless straight side. The unique Half Moon diamonds are particularly popular in ring settings, where two Half Moon-cut diamonds are set on either side of a central stone. The result is an exceptionally appealing diamond setting on the ring.
Half Moon cutting offers a creative solution for polishing diamonds of diminished value due to imperfections on one side despite flawlessness on the other. Cutting the defected side of the diamond renders an exceptionally shaped stone of a higher price than that of the original diamond. Half Moon cut makes the designing of jewellery with unique settings possible.
A brilliant cut, sometimes called a trillion or Trillian, is a triangular type of gemstone cut. The cut has many variations. It may have curved or uncured sides. The shape of the top surface, or table, also varies.
Natural Color Diamonds are unique as they exist in almost every imaginable color. The strength of color is one of the most important factors in determining the value of a natural color diamond. The value of a natural color diamond increases with the intensity of the most prominent color within the diamond.
At Lotus, we specialize in a beautiful rainbow of Natural Fancy Color diamonds. This assortment of diamonds has been greatly appreciated by the trade over the decades. We carry melees and large single stones in Yellow, Pink, Green, Canary, Champagne and all other colors.