Romance her with a Hearts & Arrows diamond!
Hearts have been symbols of romantic love for as long as anyone can remember. In today’s time, we use hearts in our communication to symbolise our romantic affection for someone. And when it comes to jewellery, there is no end to the variety in designs that use this shape. But have you tried taking it up a notch and gifting her a Hearts & Arrows diamond, instead? That could possibly be much more romantic, given the love god Cupid’s connection with hearts and arrows!
Diamonds are, no doubt, very rare, beautiful and special. Like hearts, they too have been a symbol of romantic love for years now. Be it engagements, weddings or anniversaries, diamond jewellery is important. And more than being a part of an ornament, it signifies love, commitment, purity and longevity in a relationship. A Hearts & Arrows diamond can the best way possible to express your love. However, Hearts & Arrows diamonds are something we don’t always hear about. That’s because they’re rare; so rare that less than 1% of the world’s diamonds are Hearts & Arrows diamonds. If you’re getting one for your beloved, here are some facts you should know.
What is a Hearts & Arrows diamond?
For starters, all diamonds are not Hearts & Arrows diamonds. Only a round brilliant diamond with 57 or 58 (including the culet) facets, can have the Hearts & Arrows pattern. Fancy-shaped diamonds cannot have this unique pattern because of the way they are cut. The symmetry and proportions of round brilliant diamonds make it possible.
A combination of the faceting pattern, perfect polish and equally good optical symmetry makes a Hearts & Arrows diamond. If you’re wondering where you can actually see such a pattern, it’s inside the diamond. The view from the diamond’s crown shows eight arrows and the view from the culet shows eight hearts. The Hearts & Arrows viewer is a special viewing device used to see the pattern within. It directs lights to the facets, that lets you see the hearts and arrows.
Only the most skilled and experienced craftsmen can cut and polish such diamonds. It takes more time to craft a Hearts & Arrows solitaire than it takes to craft a regular one. This kind of effort makes them even more invaluable than other diamonds.
Making these unique diamonds prettier
A Hearts & Arrows diamond is much better when combined with an excellent cut grade. Divine Solitaires uses Ex.Ex.Ex Plus cut to attain the precise hearts and arrows pattern. Only perfectly-cut facets can reveal this brilliantly unique pattern. Many diamonds may display a blurry outline of Hearts & Arrows but the most perfect ones are genuine.
When these unique diamonds are so perfect, why not choose them for your sweetheart? Like a Hearts & Arrows diamond, your love for her is unique too. Surprise her with such a diamond that will bring out the sparkle in her eyes and charm her.
This rare and special pattern in a diamond takes the stone’s perfection to another level. Words aren’t necessary when you gift her a solitaire with a pattern so romantic and unique!
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