The flat facet on the top of the diamond.
The table size expressed as a percentage of the overall diameter of the diamond. The table percentage appears on your GIA certificate.
The portion above the girdle, consisting of the table and the facets below it.
The edge of the widest part of the diamond. The girdle’s width appears on your GIA certificate as a range from the thinnest to the thickest point. A girdle that is too thick adds carat weight but doesn’t make the stone look any bigger. Though all diamonds can be damaged, a girdle that is too thin may be damaged more easily.
The angle formed by the girdle plane and the bezel facets.
The part of the diamond below the girdle.
The angle formed by the girdle plane and the pavilion facets.
The point or tiny, flat facet at the bottom of the diamond where the pavilion facets meet.
The height of the diamond from the culet to the table measured in millimeters.
The total depth of the diamond expressed as a percentage of the overall diameter of the diamond. The depth percentage appears on your GIA certificate.