Put info about gem cuts

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Margui
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Put info about gem cuts

Post by Margui » 8 months ago

I was watching an old video when this company was launch in 2006 in the UK. The host was showcasing a gold amethyst pendant and the gem cut was a pear; then the aforementioned cut was shown in a graphic.

I would like for ShopLC to do this: To explain each gem cut and to know when a gem is cut perfectly and when it's not. According to a gemologist site, perfect cut gems can increased its value than a poorly cut one.
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Vicky
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Post by Vicky » 8 months ago

If you mean these FF stones, they have no value even if cut well
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Post by Spooky » 8 months ago

No it wouldn’t increase the value
much BUT if it’s pretty more people
might buy it. Same principle with
synthetic gems. I have some radiant
faceted cz that are so well cut that
the beauty is unbelievable. I don’t
like synthetic anything but I’d use
one of the earrings for setting in a
wedding ring. It’s that beautiful
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Post by Spooky » 8 months ago

Margui wrote:
8 months ago
I was watching an old video when this company was launch in 2006 in the UK. The host was showcasing an gold amethyst pendant and the gem cut was a pear; then the aforementioned cut was shown in a graphic.

I would like for ShopLC to do this: To explain each gem cut and to know when a gem is cut perfectly and when it's not. According to a gemologist site, perfect cut gem can increased its value than a poorly cut one.
I agree Margui. I want all the info on the stones
including the cut. Makes shows more fun to
watch and I get more information to make
informed purchases
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RS
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Post by RS » 8 months ago

Created is a completely different thing than altered. Which FF anything is.
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Margui
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Re: Put info about gem cuts

Post by Margui » 8 months ago

Vicky wrote:
8 months ago
If you mean these FF stones, they have no value even if cut well
I mean natural gems.
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Post by Druid » 8 months ago

Pay aytention at the word Natural gem.Natural is a deceptive marketing word for a treated gem when they don't want to mention the treatment.
Never believe that Natural means Genuine.
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Post by Spooky » 8 months ago

Druid wrote:
8 months ago
Pay aytention at the word Natural gem.Natural is a deceptive marketing word for a treated gem when they don't want to mention the treatment.
Never believe that Natural means Genuine.
You are right Druid. ‘natural’ has no legal
definition for any category. This pertains
to food! Natural doesn’t mean it’s been
grown in the earth. It also doesn’t mean
it’s non-gmo.
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Post by Moderator_Stephanie » 8 months ago

Thank you for the great suggestion! This feedback has been passed along to our content team, and they will be developing more cut-specific content in the future.

In the meantime, here are some articles about gemstone cutting to whet your appetite.

Gemstone Quality Values
https://www.shoplc.com/education/gemsto ... ity-values

Destination Spotlight: Jaipur and Gemstone Cutting in the Pink City
https://blog.shoplc.com/jaipur-gemstone ... pink-city/

Why Every Queen Bee Needs a Beehive Cut Gemstone
https://blog.shoplc.com/why-every-queen ... -gemstone/

Only Squares Will Ignore Asscher Cut Gemstones
https://blog.shoplc.com/asscher-cut/
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Re: Put info about gem cuts

Post by Margui » 8 months ago

Druid wrote:
8 months ago
Pay aytention at the word Natural gem.Natural is a deceptive marketing word for a treated gem when they don't want to mention the treatment.
Never believe that Natural means Genuine.
Ok. Then it's genuine, instead of natural.
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