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Radiant Cut Lab Diamond

Ideal for those who prefer angular shapes but wants maximum sparkle.

Radiant cut lab diamonds, also known as square modified brilliants, were created with the intention of introducing the brilliance that was lacking in square or rectangular shaped lab diamonds such as the asscher and emerald cut. They are similar to step cut lab diamonds in that they are frequently rectangular or square in shape with cropped or cut corners. The radiant, on the other hand, is faceted like a brilliant on both the crown and pavilion, making it more brilliant. This lab diamond shape is easily recognisable due to the crisscross faceting, which is highly visible from the front. It is a popular choice for those who prefer the shape of emerald or asscher cut lab diamonds but prefer the brilliance and sparkle of round lab diamonds.

Radiant Cut Lab Diamond

What is a Radiant Cut Lab Diamond?

The radiant cut lab diamond, which has been popular since the 1980s, lives up to its name by being both radiant and brilliant. In 1977, Henry Grossbard created the radiant cut in order to combine the best elements of the round brilliant and emerald cuts.

The radiant cut lab diamond's radiance is due to the 70 facets found in its pavilion and crown. Each facet's precision provides immense brilliance and fire. Only the round brilliant cut outshines the radiant cut in terms of brilliance.

As a result, the radiant cut is an excellent choice for a brilliance and fire engagement ring. Radiants' carefully bevelled corners provide significant durability against chips and breakage, making it an excellent choice for those who lead an active lifestyle. This feature also enables the Radiant to be combined with both square and rounded lab diamonds.

Why choose a Radiant Cut Lab Diamond?

Although not as brilliant as the round brilliant cut, the radiant cut is not far behind. The radiant cut has an impressive brilliance and fire due to the 70 facets in its pavilion and crown. As a result, if you want a non-round lab diamond with a beautiful sparkle, the radiant cut is an excellent choice.

The radiant cut is well known for appearing larger than most other lab diamonds of the same carat weight, giving it a little extra presence on your fiancé's finger.

The face-up area of a radiant cut lab diamond is actually slightly smaller than that of an equal carat weight round brilliant cut lab diamond. The radiant cut, on the other hand, deceives the eye with its long diagonal measurement, making it appear larger than it is.

The radiant cut is frequently compared to square lab diamond cuts like the princess cut. Although they appear to be quite different (the princess cut is square, whereas the radiant cut is square or elongated), the similarities are clear.

The radiant cut, on the other hand, has one significant advantage over the princess cut: it is far more durable. Because radiant cut engagement rings have bevelled corners, they are less likely to chip, making the shape a good choice if your fiancé-to-be leads an active lifestyle.

The radiant lab diamond cutting process uses a large percentage of the original rough lab diamond, with very little waste. This means that a loose radiant lab diamond will cost less per carat than most other lab diamond cuts. The radiant cut lab diamond is, in fact, one of the most affordable lab diamond shapes.

Do Radiant Cut Lab Diamonds Appear Larger?

Radiant Cut lab diamonds appear larger than most other lab diamond shapes of the same carat weight.

This isn't a coincidence. In the 1970s, Henry Grossbard created the radiant cut with the goal of creating a lab diamond cut that appeared as large as possible. His goal was to maximise the natural beauty of each lab diamond rather than to maximise weight, which was the common approach at the time.

Because of the radiant cut's broad, shallow design, more of the lab diamond is visible when set in a ring, giving the illusion of a larger stone. As a result, the shape combines the best of the brilliant cut — specifically, its brilliance — with a larger perceived size.

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