Asprey has a tradition of producing jewelry inspired by the blooms found in English gardens. Over the decades jewelled interpretations of flowers have evolved to include the Crown Daisy, Rose, Calla Lily and Lily Pad collections.
The Asprey Cut
The master diamond cutter Gabi Tolkowsky created the Asprey cut. The cushion cut gave Tolkowsky options for incorporating the Asprey “A” inscription around the edges of the stone. The result was the 61-facet cut, maximising light refraction to brilliant effect.
Carat weights of Asprey-cut diamonds range from 0.50 to 3. They are inscribed on one side of the cushion with the GIA certificate number and with four distinctive ‘A’s on the other. It is the only diamond that has the letter “A” on the crown and has a flower in the centre to create softness. The shape of the cut means that the cutting process can be done only by hand, unlike many other stones that involve machine cutting.
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