Rose Cut refers to method of cutting a gemstone in which the bottom of the stone is flat and the top is faceted. The Rose Cut was phased out as more modern cutting techniques evolve d during the industrial revolution. Rose Cut gemstones give a jeweler or an appraiser clues as to the age of a piece of jewelry.
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