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USPTO Issues Patent for Princess Cut Method Having Hearts, Arrows

Aug 15, 2011 3:01 PM   By Jeff Miller
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RAPAPORT... The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) issued a patent for a "Modified Princess Cut Diamond Having Hearts and Arrows Pattern and Method" to  Worldwide Diamond Trademarks Ltd. of Canada. The patent, number 7,992,410, was issued on August 9 and invented by  Roni Rydlewicz of Brussels.

According to the USPTO abstract, the patent involves "a modified princess cut diamond and method of forming a modified princess cut diamond into a symmetrical shape possessing a hearts and arrows pattern characteristic of the true hearts and arrows pattern in a round cut diamond.''  The entry is very detailed and carries a number of claims along with a description and images, all of which can be viewed here.

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