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The traditional emerald cut has long been sought for its romantic shape & elegant appeal. With the advancement of diamond cutting technology, diamond cutters started looking for new ways to fashion the sparkle of the traditional emerald cut. Innovation gave way to an exciting new look for traditional emerald cuts, called the crisscut Emerald – developed by Christopher Slowinski of Christopher Designs. The crisscut emerald features a crisscrossing arrangement that reveals additional facets within in the diamond. This unique facet pattern increases the brilliance, engages the eye, and leaves a lasting impression on anyone looking at the diamond.

The preference between a traditional emerald cut vs a crisscut emerald is just that – personal taste. At Harold Stevens we provide clients the opportunity to visually compare the two cuts, ask questions, and discover which diamond cut aligns with their liking.


The traditional emerald cut has long been sought for its romantic shape & elegant appeal. With the advancement of diamond cutting technology, diamond cutters started looking for new ways to fashion the sparkle of the traditional emerald cut. Innovation gave way to an exciting new look for traditional emerald cuts, called the crisscut Emerald – developed by Christopher Slowinski of Christopher Designs. The crisscut emerald features a crisscrossing arrangement that reveals additional facets within in the diamond. This unique facet pattern increases the brilliance, engages the eye, and leaves a lasting impression on anyone looking at the diamond.

The preference between a traditional emerald cut vs a crisscut emerald is just that – personal taste. At Harold Stevens we provide clients the opportunity to visually compare the two cuts, ask questions, and discover which diamond cut aligns with their liking.


The traditional emerald cut has long been sought for its romantic shape & elegant appeal. With the advancement of diamond cutting technology, diamond cutters started looking for new ways to fashion the sparkle of the traditional emerald cut. Innovation gave way to an exciting new look for traditional emerald cuts, called the crisscut Emerald – developed by Christopher Slowinski of Christopher Designs. The crisscut emerald features a crisscrossing arrangement that reveals additional facets within in the diamond. This unique facet pattern increases the brilliance, engages the eye, and leaves a lasting impression on anyone looking at the diamond.

The preference between a traditional emerald cut vs a crisscut emerald is just that – personal taste. At Harold Stevens we provide clients the opportunity to visually compare the two cuts, ask questions, and discover which diamond cut aligns with their liking.

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