Round Loose Beads

August 12, 2010 by  
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Cutting and polishing gemstones

The gloss given to the surface of a stone, or by rubbing them with sand or dust, or against another stone - is its luminosity. We can also say that polishing is gradual systematic reduction in the size of scratches that are invisible to the naked eye. The polishing of a gemstone is done by using very fine abrasive powder such as dust, corundum, Tripoli, powdered pumice, putty, etc. Each gemstone requires special treatment for better results. This is where most trade secrets to apply. In general grinding dust must not be so hard as a polishing material, or it can be rectified rather than Polish. The equipment must be used with water or oil to give it a creamy consistency. stones and dark ones are translucent or opaque, for example, opal and turquoise, are often more polished facets, because they are organic jewelry. Opal, which require a soft rock like a glass treatment applied, and mild abrasive such as pumice, enough for polishing.

They can be polished as beads or pieces flat to be used in the bellows, cut cabochons with a surface smooth, rounded and usually a highly polished base and flat dome. Gems which are transparent are normally faceted, a method showing the properties optics within the stone to its best advantage by maximizing reflected light is perceived by the viewer as sparkle. There are several ways to use stone carving. For example, a rough diamond crystal is formed in a brilliant cut. This is the most popular cut for this stone because it maximizes the dispersion GEM strong natural light. The craftsman, or artisan, stone intended to show its best, taking into account its color, clarity and weight. The facets are cut at right angles, which varies according to optical properties of the gem. If the angles are too steep or too low light pass through and be reflected towards the viewer. There are several stages in the cutting of a stone, each of which may be performed by a different expert.

Types of Court

Cabochon

Cabochons are the oldest forms carved in stone. Cobochon cut stones have a flat bottom and usually around, curves, convex dome as superior, which may be oval or round coushion. The stones are cut in the cut cobochon are turquoise, lapis lazuli, Coral, Star Sapphire, Moonstone and Opal. The cabochon cut does not give much light compared to other denominations.

Brilliant cut

The brilliant cut is the most popular for diamonds and other stones for many no special color. The brilliant cut turns more full of light across the front for the brilliance and fire. Cutting cycle is cut most common brilliant. Other forms oval brilliant-cut (43-57 facets), pear-shaped pendant (58 facets) and the shape of a canopy or shuttle boat (58 facets).

Step reductions

A cutting step is obtainedby cutting a stone with several sets of rectangular facets one on the other parallel to the edges of the shape of a pyramid with its top cut everything. The base and table are square with triangular facets. Tweak walk stone can be very bright. Emerald, Quartz and Amethyst Tourmalite few gems that are cut off the pace. The emerald cut (50 facets) is an example of not cutting and rows of facets like a staircase and are usually four sides.

Mixed cuts

mixed tribunals consisting of a bright waist top and a small step. Sapphires, rubies and other stones are often cut transparent color in this style.

Buff the Superior Court is an example of mixed cut faceted mixed cut with no cut facets. caps colored stones are polished with a soft cloth or facets, slightly convex, the sides are back, the system is bright or not. The result is a jewel with the top of a typical pavilion facets shaped Cabochon Dome. This cut shows good brilliance. Rhodite, cubic zirconia, amethyst quartz and a few stones that are cut buff style.

Princess Cut

Princess Cut (76 facets), maximizes the brilliance of a gem. Princess Coupe is a multifaceted Court Square Round brilliant cut diamonds. The crown of a princess cut stone is usually very thin due to the depth and extra strong aspects, glossy and bright and excellent for diamond engagement rings. The diamonds and colored gemstones transparent light cut in this style.

Briolette Cut

A Stone is a stone briolette teardrop covered many facets that the corners of a pointed tip. The most facets of the stone, the more brightness you. briolette cut is an antique cut and is in many Victorian jewelry and also in the real crown jewels. Many colored gemstones are cut transparent so that even diamonds, rubies, emeralds, garnets, aquamarines and sapphires.

Fancy Cuts

Fancy shapes such as triangles, ovals, pear-shaped, kite-flying, heart-shaped, diamond-shaped, pentagonal, hexagonal, diamonds, parallelograms, diamonds, octagons, etc. labor. It takes a lot of experience by cutting obtaining these forms. Recent advances in the reduction of technology have produced an impressive number of innovative new forms such as flowers, clover leaves, stars, etc.

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