The aim of polishing colorless diamonds is mainly to produce a cut stone that is as pure as possible, with a weight as close to that of the rough as possible - in order to maximize yield.

With color diamonds, however, it is not rare that weight will be sacrificed for color. Indeed, it is often possible to strengthen the intensity of the color and the sparkle of the diamond by cutting it. This is also why natural color diamonds are more often cut in fancy shapes than in the classical round brilliant cut, since fancy shapes tend to better intensify and enhance color. This is especially true for larger stones. For smaller diamonds, we can propose round brilliant cut diamonds for most colors, up to a certain size.