L’Amour Crisscut, the diamond cut patented by New York based jewelry designer, Christopher Slowinski, appears to be bigger than a ‘normally cut’ diamond of the same carat weight. Simply put, you get more with L’Amour.
Amazing design reveals more of the diamond, giving aficionados the impression of a larger diamond. Since time immemorial, diamonds have been presented in traditional cuts, with a cone shaped bottom leading to a variety of shapes on the surface. With this design, we lose sight of a portion of the diamond below. L’Amour Crisscut places more diamond where it can be seen, on the radiant surface, and as a result, people are given more dazzle for their dollar. To get the same effect as a L’Amour Crisscut diamond, a traditional cut necklace can cost up to three times more.
Special Design Gives Greater Clarity and Surface
This is true not because L’Amour lacks in clarity, carat or color, but because of its unique cut. The diamond is also brighter. The Crisscut special design features 50 facets and two straight sides with subtle curvature at the top and bottom that create a unique reflection of sweet radiance.
“We created the L’Amour Crisscut out of pure love of diamonds. After years of trials, we finally found a way to make the most of every last bit of this precious stone, bringing brightness, clarity and beauty to our customers like no other,” Says Christopher Slowinski.
L’Amour Crisscut is increasingly sought after in the jewelry industry nationwide. Currently L’Amour is in stores internationally, and growing rapidly. Adding to diamonds’ natural glamour, shards of L’Amour were splashed across the red carpet for this year’s Emmys— as seen on actresses, Lesli Linka Glatter , Suzanne Cryer, Christina Pacelli, Lauren Adams, Trace Lysette and Jennifer Aspen.
About the L’Amour Collection
The L’Amour collection includes necklaces, earrings, bracelets and of course, rings. These pieces redefine the shape of love and express brilliant devotion. Each diamond is made in New York City, in L’Amour’s Manhattan Headquarters by a special team of designers and engineers. Each piece is carefully placed together and overseen by founder Christopher Slowinski himself. www.lamourcrisscut.com