Happy Hearts

Happy Hearts
Symbolizing eternal love, commitment and purity
97
facets
D-O
colour
FL-SI
clarity

The Happy Hearts fancy diamond cut created in 2003 is an exclusive elaboration of the Smolensk Kristall’s designer team. This is a unique cut, a special modification of another fancy cut – Happy; however, it has more pavilion facets, thereby the light entering the stone through its table reflects more intensively creating absolutely magnificent fire and sparkle.

Top view

Side view

Pavilion view

When viewed from the top, the Happy Hearts diamond looks as an octagon. However, if one takes a closer view of the pattern of the crown facets then there emerge the contours of eight hearts. They symbolize eternal love, commitment and purity, which give this gemstone a deep romantic message.

The unique optical properties of the mathematically calculated geometry of its 97 facets, as well as the rarity and exclusivity of this diamond make the Happy Hearts cut a desirable acquisition for connoisseur and collectors. The magic of the lines of this beautiful diamond makes it an excellent gift for significant romantic occasions. This diamond, given in all one’s heart as an eternal symbol of true and devoted love, is bound to bring in happiness to its holder.

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More about diamonds colour

Diamonds colour

The colour of a diamond is the degree of its colourlessness, the less hue possesses the stone – the better it is perceived by the viewer, the more expensive it is valued.

Polished diamonds – from colourless to yellowish or yellowish brown – are grouped into categories briefly described below. Well-trained professionals perform the colour grading procedure – by way of comparing a specific diamond to master stones.

Fancy coloured diamonds (blue, red, pink, and others) are very rarely found, and require an entirely different grading system – from Faint and Very Light to Fancy Deep and Fancy Vivid. Higher grade fancy diamonds have a greater monetary value.

At Kristall a unique and proprietary patented system of diamond grading is employed. It’s corresponding to the

More about diamonds clarity

Diamonds clarity

For diamonds, as well as for the majority of other natural minerals, inclusions, imperfections or blemishes are quite common. Depending on their character, location and degree of manifestation, polished diamonds are categorized by clarity grades.

In the process of the expert grading, the quantity, size and location of the inclusions and their appearance (colourless, coloured, garish, and dark), their nature (blisters, crystals, fractures) and type (dotted, diffused, large) are to be determined. The less inclusions a stone has – the more valuable it is.

However, one must bear in mind, that the presence of characteristic inclusions has one very important positive aspect: they are an unambiguous indication of the natural origin of the stone. It is no secret, that today, enormous amounts of synthetic diamonds are being grown, part of them getting but and polished, and is used in the jewellery industry. The absence of characteristic inclusions is one of the signs assuming that the diamond has an artificial origin.

Moreover, a huge number of diamond treatment techniques have been developed and are actively used: colour enhancement, inclusion elimination, and fracture filling.

Smolensk Kristall guarantees that all the polished diamonds it manufactures are neither synthetic, nor treated.

GIA Description
FL Without inclusions and outer flaws
IF Without inclusions
VVS2 Minute inclusions very hardly visible under 10X magnification
VVS1 Minute inclusions very hardly visible under 10X magnification
VS2 Light and dark inclusions comparatively easily visible under 10X magnification
VS1 Light and dark inclusions clearly visible under 10X magnification
SI1 Light and dark inclusions easily detectable under 10X magnification
SI2 Light and dark inclusions easily detectable under 10X magnification including those visible by unaided eye
I1 Inclusions visible by unaided eye, affecting a diamond's transparency, brilliance and resistance to damage
I2 Inclusions visible by unaided eye, affecting a diamond's transparency, brilliance and resistance to damage
I3 Inclusions visible by unaided eye, affecting a diamond's transparency, brilliance and resistance to damage
Rej. Inclusions badly affecting a diamond's transparency, brilliance and resistance to damage. A completely opaque diamond.
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