Depth and Table for a Asscher Diamond

Asscher Cut Diamonds

Diamond Shape: Asscher Cut

Considered a revolutionary concept when it was first cut, the Asscher diamond was created and named after the owners of the Royal Asscher Diamond Company. Although not exceptionally popular, the Asscher cut has its advantages and Asscher diamond engagement rings are perfect for those who love vintage style. Its architectural cutting style makes it perfect for art deco ring designs, which have caught the eye of many avant-garde diamond connoisseurs.

Many diamond experts compare the facets of a properly cut Asscher to a seemingly endless hallway lined with reflective mirrors, radiating a great deal of shine. Although new cutting techniques are always emerging to optimize the sparkle of the Asscher cut diamond, the same basic characteristics have endured for more than a century. Since the cutting style of an Asscher makes imperfections more visible, it is recommended to choose a diamond clarity grade of SI1 or higher.

 

Asscher Cut Diamond Guide

Every diamond shape has a length-to-width ratio that determines how a diamond will appear when viewed from above. When selecting a loose asscher diamond, look for a length-to-width ratio between 1.0 and 1.1.

 Depth % Range for Asscher Cut Diamonds
 
Ideal
Excellent
Very Good
Good
 
72-60
76-56 
78-54
80-50

 

 Table % Range for Asscher Cut Diamonds
 

Ideal

Excellent

Very Good

Good

 
72-60
74-55
76-50
80-50

 

Length to Width for Asscher Cut Diamonds (L÷W = Length to Width Ratio)

 

Diamond Carat Size Comparison Chart for Asscher Cut Diamonds 

 

 

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