HOUSTON, Texas /eNewsChannels/ — With the debut of his “A Cut Above” Hearts and Arrows diamonds in 1998, Brian Gavin has been creating new and interesting diamond designs for over fifteen years. With cuts like his Signature Princess and “Brian Gavin Blue” diamonds, he has set the bar high for the competition. Now, Brian Gavin and his company, Brian Gavin Diamonds, are releasing their newest super ideal cut: the QUADEX™ Hearts and Arrows diamond. The Quadex has been given the grade of ideal in polish, symmetry and light performance, as defined by the American Gem Society.
The Quadex diamond is square in shape, but reflects the properties of a round stone. It is described as a modified, cut-cornered gem and bears the Hearts and Arrows pattern that many diamond lovers have come to know and love. Brian Gavin’s experience in creating his “Signature” diamonds allows his Hearts and Arrows diamonds to be that much better than that of the competition.
This new-and-improved diamond cut allows for brilliant dispersion and scintillating light flashes. The light performance of the Quadex, aforementioned, was given the grade of ideal by the American Gem Society. This rating is only received by one percent of cut diamonds on the planet.
As distinguished by its reception of the highest ratings in main categories of diamond quality, the Quadex is the evolution and transition of the round and square diamond cuts, making Brian Gavin Diamonds far ahead of the curve.
Shopping with Brian Gavin Diamonds has never been easier. With an online store, iPhone/Android apps and global shipping, purchasing a Brian Gavin Signature Quadex Hearts and Arrows diamond for a loved one is simple and fast. To get more information, visit www.briangavindiamonds.com/diamond/brian-gavins-Quadex/ or call 1 (866) 611-4465.
About Brian Gavin Diamonds:
BrianGavinDiamonds.com was launched in 2009, with offices located in Houston, Texas, close to the Galleria. After learning everything there is to know about loose diamonds and diamond cutting at both his family’s diamond factory and armed with a formal education at the University of the Witwatersrand and in London at CLC, Brian Gavin came to America in the 1980s. His specialty cut diamonds drew immediate attention and rave reviews. In 1997, he introduced his signature line, “A Cut Above,” in 2009, his Brian Gavin Signature Hearts and Arrows diamonds, and now in 2011, his Quadex Hearts and Arrows loose diamonds online.
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