Facets of Fire Debuts Oval-Shaped Diamond
The new cut features the brand’s signature color and brilliance.
The company announced last month that it has expanded into oval-cut diamonds, offering stones ranging from 0.25 carats to more than 5 carats.
Facets of Fire already carries round-, princess-, and cushion-shaped diamonds in its selection of engagement rings, diamond bands, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings.
Facets of Fire etches thousands of nano-prisms on natural diamonds’ pavilions, creating extra sparkle, fire, and brilliance.
The company has six national and international patents protecting its diamond cutting technology.
In addition, Facets of Fire said it ensures every diamond it sells is conflict-free, adhering to standards from the Kimberly Process and Responsible Jewellery Council. The company only works with natural mined diamonds.
With oval diamonds a current jewelry trend, particularly for diamond engagement rings, the company’s fancy shape expansion is timely.
More information is available online.
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