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THE HEARTS ON FIRE DIFFERENCE

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    We cut our diamonds at 100X magnification for a precise and consistent cut that allows them to sparkle to their fullest potential with maximum light return.

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    Only 1/10th of 1% of the world’s rough diamond crystals meet our baseline standards for transparency, clarity, and color.

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    Conflict-free, from point of origin to cut gem.

We cut our diamonds at 100X magnification for a precise and consistent cut that allows them to sparkle to their fullest potential with maximum light return.

Only 1/10th of 1% of the world’s rough diamond crystals meet our baseline standards for transparency, clarity, and color.

Conflict-free, from point of origin to cut gem.

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Our Signature Diamond Cut

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    Hearts On Fire master diamond cutters apprentice for between 5 and 10 years before they can cut a 1+ carat diamond, and when they do, our process is so rigorous and exacting that it takes 4 times as long to cut a Hearts On Fire diamond than it would take to cut a generic diamond.

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    Craftsmanship

    (Craftsmanship) Hearts On Fire master diamond cutters apprentice for between 5 and 10 years before they can cut a 1+ carat diamond, and when they do, our process is so rigorous and exacting that it takes 4 times as long to cut a Hearts On Fire diamond than it would take to cut a generic diamond.

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    Our Technology

    (Our Technology) Hearts On Fire master diamond cutters apprentice for between 5 and 10 years before they can cut a 1+ carat diamond, and when they do, our process is so rigorous and exacting that it takes 4 times as long to cut a Hearts On Fire diamond than it would take to cut a generic diamond.

Hearts On Fire master diamond cutters apprentice for between 5 and 10 years before they can cut a 1+ carat diamond, and when they do, our process is so rigorous and exacting that it takes 4 times as long to cut a Hearts On Fire diamond than it would take to cut a generic diamond.

(Craftsmanship) Hearts On Fire master diamond cutters apprentice for between 5 and 10 years before they can cut a 1+ carat diamond, and when they do, our process is so rigorous and exacting that it takes 4 times as long to cut a Hearts On Fire diamond than it would take to cut a generic diamond.

(Our Technology) Hearts On Fire master diamond cutters apprentice for between 5 and 10 years before they can cut a 1+ carat diamond, and when they do, our process is so rigorous and exacting that it takes 4 times as long to cut a Hearts On Fire diamond than it would take to cut a generic diamond.

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The Elements Of Diamond Sparkle

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    Brilliance

    The first measure of a diamond’s sparkle is brilliance, or how well it reflects white light. When you see a diamond sparkling in a dimly lit or candlelit room, what you’re seeing is its brilliance. If a diamond isn’t cut correctly, it will appear dim and dull, even in perfect lighting.

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    Fire

    The second measure of a diamond's sparkle is fire, or how well it displays colored light. When you see a diamond with a rainbow-like appearance, it's a result of the correct balance of proportions from the top and bottom of the diamond. Diamonds with too deep or too shallow a cut won't refract colored light properly, resulting in a flat appearance.

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    Scintillation

    The last measure of a diamond's sparkle is scintillation, or how well the diamond reflects light when it's moving, when the light source is moving, or when the person wearing the diamond is moving. When a diamond has high scintillation, it has very few spots where no sparkle occurs. In a well-cut diamond, most of the surface area of the diamond emits some visible sparkle.

The first measure of a diamond’s sparkle is brilliance, or how well it reflects white light. When you see a diamond sparkling in a dimly lit or candlelit room, what you’re seeing is its brilliance. If a diamond isn’t cut correctly, it will appear dim and dull, even in perfect lighting.

The second measure of a diamond's sparkle is fire, or how well it displays colored light. When you see a diamond with a rainbow-like appearance, it's a result of the correct balance of proportions from the top and bottom of the diamond. Diamonds with too deep or too shallow a cut won't refract colored light properly, resulting in a flat appearance.

The last measure of a diamond's sparkle is scintillation, or how well the diamond reflects light when it's moving, when the light source is moving, or when the person wearing the diamond is moving. When a diamond has high scintillation, it has very few spots where no sparkle occurs. In a well-cut diamond, most of the surface area of the diamond emits some visible sparkle.

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