What Is the Anatomy Of A Diamond?

Do you ever wonder what Anatomy is or what the anatomy of a diamond is? In this post, we will learn about it. If you’ve ever been curious about the anatomy of a diamond, this post will be useful to you.

To begin, we must first define the anatomy. Anatomy is basically an examination of the structure or inner workings of anything. In this post, we’ll look at the structure of a diamond.

Diamond’s body components or anatomies are classified into six categories. So let us begin our investigation of diamond anatomy. The names of diamond components are as follows, in increasing order. The table is the initial component. The crown surface is the second.

The third numbered surface is known as the “Girdle,” and the fourth as the “Pavillion.” The diamond’s last and bottom half indicate the sharp edge known as the “Tick Point or Culet.”

We’ve gone over the fundamentals of diamond anatomy. If you are interested in learning more about it, such as a detailed examination of each and every part, we have recently published an article that provides an in-depth description of a Diamond’s Anatomy.  

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