International Diamond Cut Conference
the attributes determining the value of a faceted diamond,
CUT is the factor where human intervention has the most
influence. But CUT is the least understood because it
is subjective and hardest to evaluate CUT is the most
disputed of the 4 C's when it comes to value and the
use of price-lists.
is a growing need in the diamond industry for a widely
accepted and reliable cut grading system. Developing
such a system, acceptable and beneficial to all parties,
is a complex task involving the optics of the stone
as well as human taste and physiology. The development
of new technology, devices and approaches will require
communication and implementation in all industry sectors.
Introduction of too many complex solutions and consumer's
trust will be eroded. Combined efforts of experts from
different areas can solve these problems and result
in a unified system.
invite all interested parties: diamond cutters, grading
labs, retailers and technology developers to meet. Presentations
of the achievements and new technologies from around
the world will be made by various developers. The aim
is to increase collaboration leading to the development
of reliable grading systems that instill consumer confidence
and promote certification and sales of diamonds.
goods that compete with diamonds are being constantly
improved and developed. An advanced, but easily communicated,
grading system will give the diamond industry a much
needed impetus. It will also give the industry more
freedom in diamond cutting and lead to the creation
of more beautiful diamonds and better profits for the
production of these stones.
1st International Diamond Cut Conference is supported
Chamber of Russia