from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A form in which precious stones, especially the emerald and other colored stones, are sometimes cut, having a large table or front face, with beveled edges, or a border of small facets.
- Having a very large table, with the edge of the stone cut with a single bevel or in a number of small triangular facets, or forming in some way a mere frame to the table.
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A parcel of old-fashioned rose and table-cut things.
A table-cut diamond is set within an oval rim, acting as a lid to a small case opening by means of a spring, and revealing a portrait of Charles executed in enamel.
The heart-shaped table-cut diamond is nestled within a red stone and has a jade mount with smaller table-cut diamonds.