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Details about Lily Diamonds that you should know

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Posted November 17, 2014 by Matt in Uncategorized

Lily Diamonds

For those who don’t know, Lily diamonds are very rare and highly exquisite flower-shaped diamonds that have a square table with four petals. These diamonds are exclusively cut by Lili Diamonds (originally known as Siman-Tov Bros., locate in the heart of the Israeli Diamond Exchange in Ramat-Gan, Israel) and are known for their 65 facets as compared to the 43 facets in the princess cut diamond.

Lili Diamonds continues to hold the worldwide patent for the Lily Cut and had acquired its grant back in the year 1996. In terms of its appearance, this particular diamond features 4 gorgeous lobes, all of which look like a clover, shamrock or flower. Although the lily diamond is particularly used as a ring or pendant, it also makes some of the most amazing, and sensational earrings too. If truth be told, purchasing a piece of jewellery that contains a stunning lily diamond is best for those who are interested in a unique, rare and sinfully beautiful fancy diamond shape.

The market for Lily Diamonds

If we go back in time, it is safe to say that Lily diamonds were rarely available in the wholesale market. This, in some way, holds true for the current scenario as well. This is because there are produced in a limited range, and a majority of these diamonds are acquires straight by jewellery designers looking to offer custom jewellery to their customers. If truth be told, when it comes to the wholesale market, it is just about impossible to find a lily diamond that weighs less than a carat.

The situation got a tad bit out of hand for consumers and enthusiasts of Lily diamonds in the year 2007 as the cutter Lili Diamonds took up an exclusive contract with Louis Vuitton. Under this arrangement, all of the lily cut diamonds were to be provided solely to Louis Vuitton, as the brand found that the four petals of the diamond are the perfect match for the four-petal diamond shape that it typically uses as trademark.


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