Diamond Anatomy Defined:
Every diamond has a distinct set of properties and proportions which defines its anatomy.
The below guide will help you identify these areas:
Crown: The top part of a diamond extending from the table to the girdle.
Culet: The small or pointed facet at the very bottom of a polished stone.
Depth: The total height of a diamond as measured from the table to the culet.
Diameter: Width of a polished stone that is measured from edge to edge.
Girdle: The very edge of the diamond where the crown and pavilion meet.
Pavilion: The underside of a diamond extending from the girdle down to the culet.
Table: Largest polished facet located on the top portion of the diamond.