Small scallop like bright cuts in metal created with a diamond cutting tool that create the illusion of diamonds being set into the metal.
See grid cut.
A faceted, bright look is achieved by making tiny angled cuts into the surface.
A many-faceted cutting pattern used to decorate the outside of a weight, usually the base.
Metal that has been cut with facets like a diamond. Also a name used to describe a brilliant cut on a colored stone.
In the context of gemstones, it means the same as " Brilliant cut". In the context of diamond cut objects, (usually metal objects), it means that part of the object has been cut into a flat diamond shape.
A name sometimes used in the coloured-stone trade for brilliant cut.
cuts made into the surface of the metal to create a pattern and to make the surface reflect more light