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Title:
PROCESS OF CUTTING AND ASSEMBLING DIAMONDS TO FORM COMPOSITE DIAMOND HAVING ENHANCED BRILLIANCE AND SHADE
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2018/015968
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
PROCESS OF CUTTING AND ASSEMBLING DIAMONDS TO FORM COMPOSITE DIAMOND HAVING ENHANCED BRILLIANCE AND SHADE 5 The present invention is a novel technique for setting a multiplicity of diamonds such as diamonds into a unique setting to enhance the beauty and presentation, with the technique including steps of assorting, blocking, mapping, sawing, polishing, assembling 10 and grooving of assembling of white, naturally couloured and treated colour natural diamonds. The present invention provides method where each diamonds is separately processed for ultimate brilliance and cumulative refraction. The flat surfaces of the adjacent diamond are joined to form the complete design in the system. The 15 assembled diamonds are arranged by grooving and providing support to form final pattern of the jewelry. The present process is advantageous with regards to usage of maximum utilization of raw diamond and process that gives great brilliance of large diamond and expensive appearance to user. 20

Inventors:
KAKADIYA, Maheshbhai Shambhubhai (60 ShreeRam Nagar Society, Hira Baugh, Varachha, Surat, Gujarat 6, 395006, IN)
Application Number:
IN2016/050334
Publication Date:
January 25, 2018
Filing Date:
October 03, 2016
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
SKSM DIAMONDS IMPEX LIMITED (9 Ground Floor, Princess Plaza,Sardar Chowk, Minibazar, Varachha Road, Surat, Gujarat 6, 395006, IN)
International Classes:
A44C17/00; A44C27/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO2002027075A22002-04-04
Foreign References:
US20030046955A12003-03-13
US20010020370A12001-09-13
US3394692A1968-07-30
US5533364A1996-07-09
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
ACHARYA, Rajeshkumar H. et al. (H K Acharya & Company, Advocates•Patent & Trademarks AttorneysHK Avenue, 19, Swastik Society,Navrangpur, Ahmedabad Gujarat 9, 380009, IN)
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Claims:
Claim:

A process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade comprising following steps:

(a) assorting diamonds form rough diamonds based on clarity and colour;

(b) blocking each assorted diamonds obtained in step (a) for suitability of proposed design;

(c) mapping each blocked diamonds obtained in step (b) through machine in the manner with reduce wastage of raw diamond;

(d) cutting the diamond in a crown (Cw), a girdle (G) and a pavilion (P),

wherein cutting the pavilion (P) of diamond in at least three main facets (A), at least three secondary facets (Bl, B2) between two main facets (A) and at least one tertiary facets (C) on at least one of the periphery,

wherein cutting the crown (Cw) of diamond in flat facet (T) and at least one main facet (D) on at least one of the periphery;

(e) polishing the diamond obtained in step (d) to have facet on crown (Cw) and pavilion (P) at specific angle that provides cumulative reflection in all diamonds; and

(f) grooving the polished diamonds obtained in step (e) through fastening diamonds through fastening means;

(g) arranging the diamond having at least straight edges girdle (G) of opposite diamond together,

wherein at least three diamonds held adjacent to each other along a respective single straight edge of the each girdle (G) the diamonds;

(h) adhering the diamonds obtained from step (g). The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein diamonds are white, naturally couloured and treated colour natural diamonds.

The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein step (d) wherein secondary facets (Bl, B2) are either angularly pointed toward the main facets (a) or toward the periphery.

The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein step (d) optionally the crown (Cw) of diamond of the subject invention is cut to have flat facet (T), at least one main facets (D) having at least one angle in contact with the flat facet (T), two secondary facets (E) between the flat facet (T) and the main facet (D) and at least one tertiary facet (F) on the periphery.

The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein main facets of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 25° to 30°.

The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the secondary facets (B1,B2) of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 27° to 32°.

7. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the tertiary facets (C) of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 55° to 60°.

8. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 or claim 2 wherein the main facets (D) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 28° to 31°.

9. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 2 wherein he secondary facets (E) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 20° to 25°.

10. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the tertiary facets (F) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 32° to 35°.

11. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the crown (Cw) height of the diamond ranges from 5 to 8% .

12. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the pavilion (P) height of the diamond ranges from 28 to 45%.

13. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the girdle (G) thickness of the diamond ranges from 10 to 15 %.

14. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 step (f) wherein optionally the diamond having at least one straight edges girdle (G) and at least one tertiary facet (C) of the pavilion are placed together.

15. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein step (h) is performed by fastening all polished diamond in specific arrangement to have the final product.

AMENDED CLAIMS

received by the International Bureau on 12 June 2017 (12.06.2017)

We Claim:

1. A process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade, where the diamonds are assorted based on color; blocked based on design and mapped based on maximum raw material utilization, comprising following steps:

(a) cutting the diamond in a crown (Cw), a girdle (G) and a pavilion (P),

wherein cutting the pavilion (P) of diamond in at least three main facets (A), at least three secondary facets (Bl, B2) between two main facets (A) and at least one tertiary facets (C) on at least one of the periphery,

wherein cutting the crown (Cw) of diamond in flat facet (T) and at least one main facet (D) on at least one of the periphery;

(b) polishing the diamond obtained in step (a) to have facet on crown (Cw) and pavilion (P) at specific angle that provides cumulative reflection in all diamonds; and

(c) grooving the polished diamonds obtained in step (b) through fastening diamonds through fastening means;

(d) arranging the diamond having at least straight edges girdle (G) of opposite diamond together,

wherein at least three diamonds held adjacent to each other along a respective single straight edge of the each girdle (G) the diamonds;

(e) adhering the diamonds obtained from step (d).

(Original Claim 1 and Specification Pg no. 8, L-31; Pg no. 9, L- 26; Pg. No.-lO, L-4)

2. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein diamonds are white, naturally couloured and treated colour natural diamonds.

3. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein step (a) wherein secondary facets (Bl, B2) are either angularly pointed toward the main facets (a) or toward the periphery.

4. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein step (a) optionally the crown (Cw) of diamond of the subject invention is cut to have flat facet (T), at least one main facets (D) having at least one angle in contact with the flat facet (T), two secondary facets (E) between the flat facet (T) and the main facet (D) and at least one tertiary facet (F) on the periphery.

5. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein main facets (A) of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 25° to 30° relative to flat facet (T) of the crown (Cw).

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

6. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the secondary facets (B1,B2) of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 27° to 32° relative to flat facet (T) of the crown (Cw).

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

7. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the tertiary facets (C) of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 55° to 60° relative to flat facet (T) of the crown (Cw).

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

8. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 or claim 2 wherein the main facets (D) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 28° to 31° relative to flat facet (T) of the crown (Cw).

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

9. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 2 wherein he secondary facets (E) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 20° to 25° relative to flat facet (T) of the crown (Cw).

(For clarity of Box No. VIII) 10. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the tertiary facets (F) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 32° to 35° relative to flat facet (T) of the crown (Cw).

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

11. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the crown (Cw) height of the diamond ranges from 5 to 8% of the circumference.

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

12. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the pavilion (P) height of the diamond ranges from 28 to 45% of the circumference.

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

13. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein the girdle (G) thickness of the diamond ranges from 10 to 15 % of the circumference.

(For clarity of Box No. VIII)

14. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 step (c) wherein optionally the diamond having at least one straight edges girdle (G) and at least one tertiary facet (C) of the pavilion are placed together. 15. The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade as claimed in claim 1 wherein step (e) is performed by fastening all polished diamond in specific arrangement to have the final product.

Description:
PROCESS OF CUTTING AND ASSEMBLING DIAMONDS TO FORM COMPOSITE DIAMOND HAVING ENHANCED BRILLIANCE AND SHADE FIELD OF THE INVENTION:

The present invention relates to process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade. More particularly the present invention relates to a process of cutting and assembling natural diamonds, naturally coloured and treated colour natural diamonds to form composite diamond. The present invention focuses on the area of jewelry which is involved with cutting and assembling precious diamonds in particular arrangements that enhance their visual characteristics and size in lower cost.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION:

Jewelry designers and manufacturers constantly strive to evolve new and more interesting jewelry designs and invest in a great deal of resources, both monetary and in the form of human resources, in attempts to innovate new designs, new styles, and new exciting looks in jewelry. Further, development in society and level of our daily life, demands for diamonds are increased rapidly. As a special kind of minerals, diamonds have brilliant external characteristics and deep internal connotations, and thereby are cherished by the public. Diamonds are usually applied to ornaments, such as necklace pendants, eardrops, rings, etc. The existing methods for mounting diamonds on ornaments mainly include claw or prong setting, pave setting, channel setting, bezel setting, invincible setting, and so on. In the above mentioned prior setting manners, the diamonds should be supported from the pavilions of the diamonds, or even need to be covered and only expose tables and crowns. Thus, it is not sufficient for light to enter into the diamonds for refraction, which may lower brilliance of the diamonds.

With rapid exhaustion of diamond resource, price of diamond of large size is becoming increasingly expensive. In field of jewelry, it is difficult for a normal consumer to buy jewelry in laid with diamond having weight of more than I ct (carat). Though small- sized diamond has a low price, a general consumer likes diamond of large size.

In recent years, in order for a general consumer to get with low price jewelry having effect of large-sized diamond, technicians of diamond jewelry fabrication have developed kinds of diamond combining techniques for simulating effect of large sized diamond using some small sized diamond.

At first, to hold these small diamonds in place stably so as to prevent falling of them, metal retention means is mainly used to mount a central diamond surrounded by several small diamonds. This construction however, results in existence of gaps between the central diamond and small diamonds.

Secondly, neither of the above prior art techniques is able to design size of the small diamond contained in this combinative diamond and angle of the circular base support based on cutting angle of true diamond. It is impossible to form entire shining visual effects by mutual refraction and reflection of these small diamonds according to specific size ratio of the small diamonds to metal part and shape design. As such, there is certain difference between it and true large sized diamond in terms of shape and visual effect

Presently various remedies in the prior arts were available in the field diamond setting which shows composite diamond settings in the field of combinative arrangements that mainly includes melee diamonds and pave diamonds. Chinese Patent No. CN200710076738 has disclosed modular insertion diamond jewelry. According to this disclosure, a noble metal base having a conic bottom surface is provided. A plurality of diamond bores is defined in a top surface of the base for locating diamonds. In addition, a clamping protrusion is disposed between the diamonds bores formed along the periphery.

All of the above prior art have various limitation such as not useful for diversified dimension, various colour diamonds arrangement to give overall brilliance, maximum utilization of any sized diamonds etc.

In conclusion none of the prior art provides process for diamond cutting and assembling that provides excellent brilliance, shade and size utilization of raw diamonds and enrich look in economical cost.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION:

The present invention relates to a process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade. The present invention is a novel technique for setting a multiplicity of precious diamonds such as diamonds into a unique setting to enhance the beauty and presentation of the multiplicity of set diamonds, with the technique including steps of assorting, blocking, mapping, polishing, grooving, arranging, adhering and buffing . The present invention provides method where each diamonds is separately processed for ultimate brilliance and cumulative refraction and reflection to give enhanced brilliance, shade and size. The flat surfaces of the adjacent diamond are joined to form the complete design in the system. The assembled diamonds are arranged by grooving and providing support to form final pattern of the jewelry. The present process is advantageous with regards to usage of maximum utilization of raw diamond and simple process that gives great brilliance of large diamond and expensive appearance to user.

OBTECTIVE OF THE INVENTION:

The main objective of the present invention is to provide a process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade.

The another objective of the invention to provide a process of cutting and assembling natural diamonds, naturally coloured and treated colour natural diamonds to form composite diamond.

The further objective of the present invention is to provide the composite diamond with the different size and shape.

Another object of the invention is to provide a setting of the diamonds in such a way that the passage of light sparkle the diamonds, thus enhancing the overall appearance, brilliance, shade and size.

Yet another object of this invention is to provide a composite diamond which is susceptible of widespread use, commercial significance and will be economically valuable to the user by providing a composite diamond of significantly enhanced brilliance and shade as compared to the cost of the individual diamonds.

The object of the present invention is to provide economical process to have diamond with great brilliance and shade through cumulative reflection and refraction in the system.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS:

Fig 1 shows basic concept of cumulative refraction and reflection of the present invention.

Fig. 2 shows top view of marquise design with four assembled diamonds. Fig. 3 shows bottom view of marquise design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 4 shows side view of marquise design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 5 shows top view of pear design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 6 shows bottom view of pear design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 7 shows side view of pear design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 8 shows top view of pear design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 9 shows bottom view of pear design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 10 shows side view of pear design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 11 shows top view of flower design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 12 shows bottom view of flower design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 13 shows side view of flower design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 14 shows top view of flower design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 15 shows bottom view of flower design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 16 shows side view of flower design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 17 shows top view of rectangular design with nine assembled diamonds.

Fig. 18 shows bottom view of rectangular design with nine assembled diamonds. Fig. 19 shows side view of rectangular design with nine assembled diamonds.

Fig. 20 shows top view of heart design with eight assembled diamonds.

Fig. 21 shows bottom view of heart design with eight assembled diamonds.

Fig. 22 shows side view of heart design with eight assembled diamonds.

Fig. 23 shows top view of heart design with three assembled diamonds.

Fig. 24 shows bottom view of heart design with three assembled diamonds.

Fig. 25 shows side view of heart design with three assembled diamonds.

Fig. 26 shows top view of heart design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 27 shows bottom view of heart design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 28 shows side view of heart design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 29 shows side view of round design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 30 shows side view of round design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 31 shows side view of round design with four assembled diamonds.

Fig. 32 shows top view of round design with nine assembled diamonds.

Fig. 33 shows bottom view of round design with nine assembled diamonds.

Fig. 34 shows side view of round design with nine assembled diamonds. Fig. 35 shows top view of marquise star flower design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 36 shows bottom view of marquise star flower design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 37 shows side view of marquise star flower design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 38 shows top view of marquise star flower design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 39 shows bottom view of marquise star flower design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 40 shows side view of marquise star flower design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 41 shows top view of star design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 42 shows bottom view of star design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 43 shows side view of star design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 44 shows top view of radiant design with nine assembled diamonds.

Fig. 45 shows bottom view of radiant design with nine assembled diamonds.

Fig. 46 shows side view of radiant design with nine assembled diamonds.

Fig. 47 shows top view of internally embossed round design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 48 shows bottom view of internally embossed round design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 49 shows side view of internally embossed round design with five assembled diamonds.

Fig. 50 shows top view of internally embossed round design with six assembled diamonds. Fig. 51 shows bottom view of internally embossed round design with six assembled diamonds.

Fig. 52 shows side view of internally embossed round design with six assembled diamonds.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION:

Before explaining the present invention in detail, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited in its application to the details of the construction and arrangement of parts illustrated in the accompany drawings. The invention is capable of other embodiments, as depicted in figure as described above and of being practiced or carried out in a variety of ways. It is to be understood that the phraseology and terminology employed herein is for the purpose of description and not of limitation.

The present invention relates to process of cutting and assembling natural diamonds, naturally coloured and treated colour natural diamonds to form composite diamond with enhance brilliance. The diamonds are precious natural resources which are obtained as a raw diamonds from mines. In general, brilliant diamonds have crown, pavillion, girdle and facets. The brilliance depends on its very bright and smooth surface for reflection in combination with its high refractive index. Diamonds are cut in such a manner that when a viewer is looking at the crown/table, the light entering the diamond through the table/crown is reflected within the diamond by the pavilion's facets and units through facets on the crown or the table for the benefit of the viewer.

The process of cutting and assembling diamonds to form composite diamond having enhanced brilliance and shade comprises following steps on raw diamonds:

Assorting the small diamonds from raw diamonds based on clarity and colour, each assorted diamonds as per the ultimate design, mapping each blocked diamonds in manner that minimize the waste and optimize the use of maximum diamond.

The assorting mainly focuses on parameters like size, purity and design etc. The present invention mainly involves to form composite diamond from white, naturally coloured and treated colour diamonds. The naturally coloured and treated colour diamonds include pink, yellow, blue green and other colour diamonds. In many diamonds, though, colour is quite subtle. In addition, colours that result from atomic-level impurities or defects may be evenly or unevenly distributed within the rough crystal. Colour can also result from the presence of a coloured inclusion(s), or from staining (usually brown) by a foreign material within a surface- reaching fracture. These impurities are removed to manifest the exact colour. The colour treated diamond refers to the natural diamonds and the diamonds which are processed by radiation treatment to coat the artificial colour. Further present invention uses various 8 shades i.e. faint, very light, light, fancy light, fancy, fancy intense, fancy deep, fancy vivid in the diamond for creating variety in the diamonds. The process of assortment is also focused on the purity or clarity of raw diamonds where rough diamonds are sorted in terms of their potential clarity grade. As with colour grades, the better clarity grades are only distinguished by slight differences, such as in the number, visibility, position, and size of internal features (inclusions, fractures etc.), as these features would appear in the final faceted diamonds.

The process of blocking involves positioning each assorted diamonds for the process of mapping the diamonds. The process of blocking is important because the same is crucial for ultimate brilliance, shade and size . The blocking involves the process of separating diamonds from the assorted diamonds with respect to purity and proposed design. The blocks are established based on proposed design and number of pieces intended to form as combinative purpose. These blocks are prepared via horizontally mounted circular cast iron disc known as scaife of the blocking machine.

The process of mapping involves magnification of each blocked diamond in the machine to have cut of the design. The process of mapping will figure out the best possible shapes of the diamond in order to minimize waste and maximize the yield of the rough diamonds. The process of mapping also focused on various defects in the raw diamonds i.e. flawless, internally flawless, very slightly included that changes design for more perfect shape.

The process of cutting is performed on laser machine. The process of cutting in the present invention does not refer only to a diamond's shape but to a diamond's proportions, symmetry and polish. The present invention provides wide range of combinations that are possible, ultimately determining the diamond's interaction with light. In general when light strikes a diamond, approximately 20% immediately reflects off the surface (as glare) and 80% of remaining that enters, a portion will escape through the bottom of the diamond (where the observer cannot appreciate it). The present invention will proportion diamond that have each facet properly placed and angled so as to maximize the amount of light that reflects back out of the crown (top) of the diamond, to the eye of the observer.

The present invention provides combinative principle in small brilliant cut diamonds that assembled to have overall brilliance through cumulative reflection and refraction in system. Each diamond is cut to have three main portions i.e. a crown (Cw), a girdle (G) and a pavilion (P) in which the girdle (G) is the widest portion around the diamond forming a thin circle. When viewed from a side, the girdle (G) is in form of a line, i.e. a girdle line. The crown (Cw) is a trapezoid portion above the girdle (G), while the pavilion (P) is a triangle portion below the girdle (G). The pavilion of diamond of the subject invention is cut to have at least three main facets (A) angularly pointed toward periphery, at least three secondary facets (Bl, B2) between two main facets (A) and at least one tertiary facet (C) on at least one of periphery. The secondary facets (Bl, B2) are either angularly pointed toward the main facets (A) or toward the periphery. The main facets of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 25° to 30°. The secondary facets (B1,B2) of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 27° to 32°. The tertiary facet (C) of the pavilion (P) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 55° to 60°.

The crown (Cw) of diamond of the subject invention is cut to have flat facet (T) and at least one main facet (D) on at least one of periphery. In another embodiment the crown (Cw) of diamond of the subject invention is cut to have flat facet (T), at least one main facets (D) having at least one angle in contact with the flat facet (T), two secondary facets (E) between the flat facet (T) and at least one tertiary facet (F) and on the periphery. The main facets (D) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 28° to 31°. The secondary facets (E) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 20° to 25°. The tertiary facets (F) of the crown (Cw) of the diamond are cut within the angle degree of 32° to 35°.

The crown (Cw) height, pavilion (P) height and girdle (G) thickness of each diamond to form the composite diamond ranges from 5 to 8% , 40 to 45% and 10 to 15 %. The L/W ratio and total depth of each diamond varies considering crown (Cw) height, pavilion (P) height and girdle (G) thickness due to change in design.

The step of polishing is done by setting the diamonds in a mechanical clamp also known as tang and holding it down on a revolving cast-iron lap (horizontal, circular disk) also known as scaife of the machine, that has been charged with diamond dust. Further, the present invention focuses on individual diamonds polishing where facets of adjacent diamonds are sharing at least one side of the diamonds therefore the polishing of the said side is performed at the same grade as precedent diamonds grade. The polishing of the flat surface is done with the care of refracting angle and refractive index consideration. The step of polishing includes the formation of girdle (G), overall proportions, such as table size, crown (Cw) angle, pavilion (P) depth percentage and facets for each piece which shares the same with adjacent piece.

The step of grooving is done by the mounting the polished diamond pieces together as per the design of the jewelry.

The basic principle and the step of arranging diamonds to form composite diamond of the present invention is described in Fig. 1 where it is observed that cumulative reflection and refraction in two diamonds if they placed in specific arrangement i.e. the diamond having at least one straight edges girdle (G) is placed together. At least three diamonds are held adjacent to each other along a respective single straight edge of the girdle (G) of the diamonds.

In another embodiment, the diamond having at least one straight edges girdle (G) and at least one tertiary facet (C) of the pavilion is placed together.

The composite diamond according to the present invention includes but not limited to shapes or combination thereof i.e. heart, pear, flower, radiant, rectangular, round, marquise and star. Figure 2- 52 describes different shapes of the composite diamond prepared from different number of individual diamonds. In these figures number of diamond is sequentially mentioned.

The composite diamond according to the present invention when a viewer is looking at the crown, the light entering the diamond through the crown is reflected within various diamonds by the flat adjacent surfaces i.e. united through girdles (G) in a manner that ultimately reflected out from the crown (Cw) as the enhanced brilliance for the benefit of the viewer. The brilliance is enhanced through preventing loss of light, in combinative system the factors like refractive index, number of refraction, angle of refraction and arrangement of closely packed diamond system. The refractive angle of the diamond is 22° to 24° and the same is important to prevent loss of light and brilliance enhancement.

The adhering is important as ultimate brilliance and diamonds setting is governed by successful mounting of pieces on metal wire or other abstracts. The metal used for the purpose of adhering mainly includes but not limited to gold and platinum. This binding is also made by the metal wire duly fixed in the groove made in the girdle (G). In addition, adhering of diamonds is performed via chemical treatment and subsequent washing. In other embodiment setting of a center diamonds held by small prongs, an outer series of diamonds wherein each outer diamonds is held by a pair of large prongs, and an intermediate series of diamonds held by the larger outer prongs which hold the small diamonds so that the intermediate diamonds partially cover the center diamonds and outer series of diamonds in a manner which conceals the way the outer diamonds are held.

Once the composite diamond is prepared if it required it is buffed.

After that the final jewelry is evaluated in for combinative effects of the facet shapes and angles, girdle (G) width, culet size, polish and symmetry on the overall appearance of a diamond.

The invention is illustrated more in details in the following example. The example describes and demonstrates embodiments within the scope of the present invention. This example is given solely for the purpose of illustration and is not to be construed as limitations of the present invention, as many variations and other designs thereof are possible without departing from spirit and scope. Different shapes of the composite diamonds using the present invention is prepared by following example.

Fig. 2-4 shows the marquise shaped composite diamond. Below Table 1 shows specification of it.

Table 1

Fig. 5- 7 shows the pear shaped composite diamond prepared from four diamonds. Below Table 2 shows specification of it.

Table 2

1 2 3 4

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.60 TO 0.80 TO 0.60 TO 1.20 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.70 0.85 0.70 1.30

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60%

Fig. 8- 10 shows the pear shaped composite diamond prepared from six diamonds. Below Table 3 shows specification of it.

Table 3

4 5 6

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

40% TO 40% TO 40% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 45% 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

1.15 TO 1.60 TO

L/W RATIO 1 TO 1.10 L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

1.20 1.75

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% Fig. 11- 13 shows the flower shaped composite diamond prepared from five diamonds. Below Table 4 shows specification of it.

Table 4

1 2 3 4 5

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

A A A A A

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

Bl Bl Bl Bl Bl

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO

C C C C C

60° 60° 60° 60° 60°

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

D D D D D

31° 31° 31° 31° 31°

20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO

E E E E E

25° 25° 25° 25° 25°

32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO

F F F F F

35° 35° 35° 35° 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO

CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT

8% 8% 8% 8% 8%

PAVILION 42% TO PAVILION 42% TO PAVILION 42% TO PAVILION 42% TO PAVILION 42% TO HIGHT 46% HIGHT 46% HIGHT 46% HIGHT 46% HIGHT 46%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

1.20 TO 1.20 TO 1.20 TO 1.20 TO 1.20 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60% 60%

Fig. 14- 16 shows the flower shaped composite diamond prepared from five diamonds. Below Table 5 shows specification of it.

Table 5

4 5 6

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

42% TO 42% TO 42% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

46% 46% 46%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

1.25 TO 1.25 TO 1.25 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

1.23 1.23 1.23

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60%

Fig. 17- 19 shows the rectangular shaped composite diamond prepared from nine diamonds. Below Table 6 shows specification of it.

Table 6

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

A A A A A

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

Bl Bl Bl Bl Bl

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO

C C C C C

60° 60° 60° 60° 60°

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

D D D D D

31° 31° 31° 31° 31°

20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO

E E E E E

25° 25° 25° 25° 25°

32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO

F F F F F

35° 35° 35° 35° 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO

CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT

8% 8% 8% 8% 8%

PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.30 TO 0.80 TO 0.40 TO 0.80 TO 0.30 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.35 0.85 0.45 0.85 0.35

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60% 60%

6 7 8 9

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D -

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E -

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F -

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT -

40% TO 40% TO 40% TO 40% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 45% 45% 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.80 TO 0.40 TO 0.80 TO 1.20 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.85 0.45 0.85 1.30

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60%

Fig. 20-22 shows the heart shaped composite diamond prepared from eight diamonds. Below Table 7 shows specification of it.

Table 7

1 2 3 4

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

40% TO 40% TO 40% TO 40% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 45% 45% 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.60 TO 0.60 TO 0.60 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO 1

0.65 0.65 0.65

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60%

5 6 7 8

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

40% TO 42% TO 40% TO 42% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 46% 45% 46%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.60 TO 0.90 TO 0.90 TO 0.85 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.65 0.95 0.95 0.95

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60%

Fig. 23-25 shows the heart shaped composite diamond prepared from three diamonds. Below Table 8 shows specification of it. Table 8

1 2 3

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

40% TO 40% TO 42% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 45% 46%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.60 TO 0.60 TO 0.80 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.70 0.70 0.90

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60%

Fig. 26-28 shows the heart shaped composite diamond prepared from four diamonds. Below Table 9 shows specification of it.

Table 9

1 2 3 4

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 42% TO PAVILION 42% TO

HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 46% HIGHT 46%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO

THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.70 TO 0.70 TO 0.60 TO 0.60 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.80 0.80 0.70 0.70

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60%

Fig. 29-31 shows the round shaped composite diamond prepared from four diamonds. Below Table 10 shows specification of it.

Table 10

Fig. 32-34 shows the round shaped composite diamond prepared from nine diamonds. Below Table 11 shows specification of it.

Table 11

1 2 3 4 5

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

A A A A A

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

Bl Bl Bl Bl Bl

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO

C C C C C

60° 60° 60° 60° 60°

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

D D D D D

31° 31° 31° 31° 31°

20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO

E E E E E

25° 25° 25° 25° 25°

32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO

F F F F F

35° 35° 35° 35° 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8%

PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.65 TO 0.65 TO 0.65 TO 0.65 TO 0.65 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70 0.70

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60% 60%

6 7 8 9

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D -

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E -

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F -

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT -

40% TO 40% TO 40% TO 40% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 45% 45% 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.65 TO 0.65 TO 0.65 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO 1.00

0.70 0.70 0.70

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60%

Fig. 35-37 shows the marquise star shaped composite diamond prepared from five diamonds. Below

Table 12 shows specification of it.

Table 12

1 2 3 4 5

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

A A A A A

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

Bl Bl Bl Bl Bl

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO

C C C C C

60° 60° 60° 60° 60°

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

D D D D D

31° 31° 31° 31° 31°

20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO

E E E E E

25° 25° 25° 25° 25°

32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO

F F F F F

35° 35° 35° 35° 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8%

PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

1.80 TO 1.80 TO 1.80 TO 1.80 TO 1.80 TO

LAV RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00

TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60%

Fig. 38-40 shows the marquise star shaped composite diamond prepared from six diamonds. Below Table 13 shows specification of it.

Table 13

4 5 5

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

40% TO 40% TO 40% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 45% 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

1.80 TO 1.80 TO 1.80 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

2.00 2.00 2.00

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60%

Fig. 41-43 shows the star shaped composite diamond prepared from five diamonds. Below Table 14 shows specification of it. Table 14

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

A A A A A

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

Bl Bl Bl Bl Bl

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO

C C C C C

60° 60° 60° 60° 60°

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

D D D D D

31° 31° 31° 31° 31°

E - E - E - E - E -

F - F - F - F - F -

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO

CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT

8% 8% 8% 8% 8%

PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

1.80 TO 1.80 TO 1.80 TO 1.80 TO 1.80 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

2.30 2.30 2.30 2.30 2.30

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60% 60%

-46 shows the radiant shaped composite diamond prepared from nine diamonds. Below Table 15 shows specification of it. Table 15

34

1 2 3 4 5

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

Bl Bl Bl Bl Bl

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO 30° TO

B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

32° 32° 32° 32° 32°

55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO

60° 60° 60° 60° 60°

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

D D D D D

31° 31° 31° 31° 31°

20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO

E E E E E

25° 25° 25° 25° 25°

32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO

35° 35° 35° 35° 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO CROWN 5% TO

HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8% HIGHT 8%

PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO PAVILION 40% TO

HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45% HIGHT 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO

THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.33 TO 0.75 TO 0.33 TO 0.75 TO 0.33 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO

0.35 0.80 0.35 0.80 0.35

TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO TOTAL 55% TO

DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60% DEPTH 60%

6 7 8 9

A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30° A 28° TO 30°

Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32° Bl 30° TO 32°

B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32° B2 30° TO 32°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D 28° TO 31° D -

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E -

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F -

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT -

40% TO 40% TO 40% TO 40% TO

PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT PAVILION HIGHT

45% 45% 45% 45%

GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO GRIDLE 10% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

0.75 TO 0.33 TO 0.75 TO

L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO L/W RATIO 1.00

0.80 0.35 0.80

55% TO 55% TO 55% TO 55% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

60% 60% 60% 60%

Fig. 47-49 shows the internally embossed round composite diamond prepared from five diamonds. Below Table 16 shows specification of it. Table 16

1 2 3 4 5

25° TO 25° TO 25° TO 25° TO 25° TO

A A A A A

27° 27° 27° 27° 27°

27° TO 27° TO 27° TO 27° TO 27° TO

Bl Bl Bl Bl Bl

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

27° TO 27° TO 27° TO 27° TO 27° TO

B2 B2 B2 B2 B2

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO 55° TO

C C C C C

60° 60° 60° 60° 60°

28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO 28° TO

D D D D D

30° 30° 30° 30° 30°

20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO 20° TO

E E E E E

25° 25° 25° 25° 25°

32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO 32° TO

F F F F F

35° 35° 35° 35° 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90° G 90°

5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO 5% TO

CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT CROWN HIGHT

8% 8% 8% 8% 8%

PAVILION 28% TO PAVILION 28% TO PAVILION 28% TO PAVILION 28% TO PAVILION 28% TO HIGHT 35% HIGHT 35% HIGHT 35% HIGHT 35% HIGHT 35%

GRIDLE 11% TO GRIDLE 11% TO GRIDLE 11% TO GRIDLE 11% TO GRIDLE 11% TO THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15% THICKNESS 15%

L/W RATIO 86 L/W RATIO 86 L/W RATIO 86 L/W RATIO 86 L/W RATIO 86

40% TO 40% TO 40% TO 40% TO 40% TO

TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH TOTAL DEPTH

45% 45% 45% 45% 45%

Fig. 50-52 shows the internally embossed round composite diamond prepared from six diamonds. Below Table 17 shows specification of it.

Table 17

4 5 6

A 25° TO 27° A 25° TO 27° A 25° TO 27°

Bl 27° TO 30° Bl 27° TO 30° Bl 27° TO 30°

B2 27° TO 30° B2 27° TO 30° B2 27° TO 30°

C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60° C 55° TO 60°

D 28° TO 30° D 28° TO 30° D 28° TO 30°

E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25° E 20° TO 25°

F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35° F 32° TO 35°

G 90° G 90° G 90°

CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8% CROWN HIGHT 5% TO 8%

PAVILION HIGHT 28% TO 35% PAVILION HIGHT 28% TO 35% PAVILION HIGHT 28% TO 35%

GRIDLE THICKNESS 11% TO 15% GRIDLE THICKNESS 11% TO 15% GRIDLE THICKNESS 11% TO 15%

L/W RATIO 1.03 L/W RATIO 1.03 L/W RATIO 1.03

TOTAL DEPTH 40% TO 45% TOTAL DEPTH 40% TO 45% TOTAL DEPTH 40% TO 45%

The present invention provides various advantages in form of economic significance via combining the small diamonds to give camouflage effect of large diamond.

Another advantage of invention is that it provides effective setting method for natural diamonds, naturally coloured and treated colour natural diamonds.

While various embodiments of the present invention have been described in details, it is apparent that modification and adaptation of those designs will occur to those skilled in the art. It is expressly understood, however, that such modifications and adaptations are within the spirit and scope of the present invention as set forth in the following claims.