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The majestic aura of one of the finest cuts, Asscher Cut Diamond has gained quite a fan following in recent years. In the year 1902 the well-known diamond cutters, Asscher Brothers of Holland, brought into existence this astounding cut. According to sources, Asscher cut diamonds rose to fame only in the late 1920's with the advent of new surging class of riches and edgy symmetrical styles of Art Deco, this square cut was freshly spread out in certain traditional diamond jewelry shops. Recently few years back in 2002, the popularity of this shape has resurged and gained much recognition when people began experimenting with a classy asscher cut diamond ring rather than setting it in the much expensive Round or Princess cut. This particular diamond shape makes use of quite a few cutting techniques similar to those used for cutting the emerald cut. It is actually a stepped square cut, also called the “square emerald cut” but specifically the Asscher cut has cropped corners which contribute to its fancy factor. Its rectangular facets produce wider flashes of light and open table reveal flaws and inclusion even to the naked eye. This fancy cut has the combined merits of sparkle like other brilliant cuts and hall of mirror effect mostly associated with emerald cut. When viewed from above the diamond appears to be formed of concentric circles that give it its peculiar edge. We at Fascinating Diamonds court a fine array of the pristine quality asscher cut diamonds, whether loose or infused in a great variety of styles and unique designs; be it aesthetic engagement rings, dazzling classy pendants, ethereal eternity bands or stunning designer earrings. Every diamond is bears a GIA certified mark and guarantees every worth for your money. Asscher cut has been acclaimed much following from the masses after it was featured on the famous television show “Sex & and the City” and stars like Kate Hudson, Jessica Alba, and Gwyneth Paltrow have seen flaunting the exquisite asscher cut diamonds.
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