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  • v. Present participle of facet.

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  • The color may also be deepened by giving to the stone a rounded contour, both above and below the girdle, and facetting it in steps instead of in the brilliant form.

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  • I could cut the star all flat and on the same level, but I have found that facetting it in this manner makes it look a bit more regal and impressive.

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  • If the diamond facetting refocuses more light exiting from these areas, it will appear whiter to the eye.

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  • The Gabrielle facetting pattern allows more light return to the eyes face-up, and anecdotally, it makes the Gabrielle look up to 2 grades whiter than the certificate states.

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  • Similarly, the facetting pattern masks inclusions sufficiently that, anecdotally, lay-persons are unable to see certain inclusions (even down to SI2 or EVEN P1) even with a 10x loupe.

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  • _slitting_ or _cleaving_, the _rubbing down_ to shape, the _smoothing out_ of all scratches and the _facetting_ and _polishing_ are done somewhat similarly by all lapidaries.

    A Text-Book of Precious Stones for Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public

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