What is the treatment of precious stones that they become of different forms?

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Answered on December 1, 2014 21:23
Usually jewelers use a diamond saw, but I once saw on one night of museums how one jeweler used not only a saw, but also a leather belt. In general, stones first cut, then polished on a special grinding wheel. Moreover, there are many methods of cutting, which ultimately gives the stones a different shape. To do this, use special blanks, which are usually purchased from special companies that are engaged in the manufacture of equipment for cutting.