Colour, clarity, carat or cut? Which is the most important of a diamonds 4 Cs? The most recent technical improvements may have finally elevated cut as the most significant consideration of them all for it is the cut which ultimately determines the brilliance of a diamond. What makes a perfect cut? In 1919, Marcel Tolkowsky perfected the 57 brilliant cut for diamonds. The 33 “crown” facets (the top) and 25 “pavilion” facets (the bottom) finally unleashed the unrivalled power of diamonds to reflect light back to the viewer’s eye. 70 years later, perfection was improved again with an unrivalled optical and physical symmetry and precision applied to this original 57 cut producing the flawless cut. Eight symmetrical “arrows” in the crown and the eight symmetrical “hearts” in the pavilion Very few diamond artisans are capable of cutting hearts and arrows flawless cut diamonds and less that 1% of all cut diamonds are cut this way. Flawless diamonds require far more exacting standards of skill and time and more rough diamond to produce. Thus the price premium. Purchase a flawless hearts and arrows diamond and you are purchasing the best of diamonds. Shiels is therefore extremely proud to have an unrivalled, exclusive and breathtaking range of flawless cut diamonds as we believe you deserve the ultimate diamond. Especially as you are purchasing it for the love of your life Flawless cut engagement rings speak of this unique love in a way no other diamond cut can equal. Whether it be a one carat “amour” Flawless Cut princess cut, a two carat Flawless Cut cognac diamond, or a Flawless Cut diamond solitaire as part of a bridal set in white or yellow gold, Shiels has an unequalled selection of Flawless Cut Diamonds to delight and thrill.
Whatever your taste, every piece comes certified and with a customer care pack that includes a special Hearts and Arrows diamond viewer, cleaning cloth and even a personalized letter. Flawless diamonds and Shiels. We couldn’t be prouder. For diamonds a cut above the rest. Shiels. Where only the best is good enough.