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|Tuesday, 18 September 2007|
double-Dutch (or double-Holland) rose cut. A rarely used rose style of cutting that has a circular girdle outline, a flat, unfaceted base and a pointed, dome-shaped crown bearing 36 triangular facets.
doubleering. A term of Dutch origin, meaning an iridescent flaw; an extension within a diamond of an external break. Also means a "gletz"
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