Why Do Diamonds Sparkle?
A diamond sparkle defines its ability to take in the light and reflect it back towards a person's eye. Diamond sparkle is caused by light performance. When light rays penetrate into the diamond, it is reflected and bent within the diamond facets before being reflected back towards someone's eyes.
The amount of a diamond sparkle is determined by its cut. Diamond cut is the design and style guide used while shaping a diamond gem for polishing. Some of the most common diamond cuts include:
- Round cut
- Princess cut
- Radiant cut
- Cushion cut
- Oval cut
- Heart cut
- Pear cut
- Emerald cut
The Round Brilliant Cut Diamond Sparkles The Most
The round brilliant diamond cut is the sparkliest of all the diamond cuts. The round brilliant diamond cut has a total of 58 facets. The numerous facets help enhance the light performance of the diamond. When light penetrates the round brilliant cut diamond, it bounces off each of the 58 facets to create a strong and beautiful sparkle that is reflected back to an observer's eyes.
It was engineered and designed by Marcel Tolkowsky in 1919 while compiling a thesis for his Ph.D. Marcel created a Mathematical formula to help achieve optimal diamond brilliance. The Mathematical formula created the round brilliant cut which became the most popular and the sparkliest globally. If you are looking to procure the sparkliest diamond cut, you have to go for a round brilliant cut. The round brilliant cut diamond sparkle makes it more expensive than other cuts.
If you are looking to procure a diamond jewelry or engagement ring, Mervis Diamonds Importers has you covered. Do not hesitate to contact us for any jewelry needs. You can also welcome to visit our collection shop to choose your favorite jewelry design.