Higher standards for the 21st century ...

The "Flanders Cut" has 61 facets. It has a very complex symmetry. In order to achieve the absolute brilliance all the facets have to be positioned in a very precise way. In comparison with the round brilliant, it will take in average 1/3 more time to cut a "Flanders Cut".

The secret of its exceptional brilliance lies in the fact that the basic structure of the classical round brilliant is respected once the stone is cut into its octagonal shape, like a square Emerald Cut.

The arrival of the "Flanders Cut" on the eve of the 3rd Millenium has set higher standards for the 21st century regarding diamond brilliance and has opened up new, sophisticated and exciting possibilities for jewelry design.