Part 2. ALL OTHER SHAPES. Why don’t they have Cut Grades?
There are no set of standard dimensions for all other shapes of diamonds. The main reason for this is because all the other shapes can vary on dimensions depending on personal taste. For example, when buying an oval diamond you will find some that are more elongated while others are more rounded. And that is across all shapes except rounds. Because of this, you will notice that the diamond certificates do not come with a “cut grading”.
So how can you know if what you are buying is good?
Thankfully, our gemmologists developed a set of standards for each shape that are not round. Thanks to our grading system, you will find the “cut grade” of each stone when you search via our site.
Unfortunately, we cannot analyse over 100,000 lab diamonds. Instead our gemmologist have analysed for you about 620 lab grown diamonds in UK and about 3,800 lab grown diamonds worldwide. If you happen to find a stone is not available in showroom or in the recommended section and would like to know about the cut, contact us and one of our gemmologist will be happy to assist you. To expand your knowledge our top gemmologist recommend you read our lab grown diamonds guide and lab diamond rings guide.
Choosing the right cut for your lab made diamond in UK affects its appearance and price. Round diamonds have established global dimensions and cut grades, from Ideal to Good. The cut grade indicates light reflection, with lower grades having more light leakage. For other shapes, there are no standard dimensions, but gemmologists have developed a grading system for each shape. To make informed decisions, consult a gemmologist or read lab created diamonds in UK guides to better understand cut variations and their impact on the diamond’s look and value.