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ID: 4091221 pcs
thumb image of 7.2ct Trillion Facet Pink Kunzite (ID: 409122)
7.20 ct Kunzite
13.2 x 9.5 mm
$ 185.62
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ID: 4157581 pcs
thumb image of 2.4ct Trillion Facet Green Tsavorite Garnet (ID: 415758)
2.43 ct Tsavorite Garnet
8.5 x 8.2 mm
$ 2430.00
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ID: 2203901 pcs
thumb image of 14.7ct Trillion Facet Orange Sphalerite (ID: 220390)
14.70 ct Sphalerite
14.7 x 14.6 mm
$ 797.86
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ID: 3798511 pcs
thumb image of 119.1ct Trillion Cabochon Multicolor Dendritic Chalcedony (ID: 379851)
119.09 ct Dendritic Chalcedony
52.9 x 51.8 mm
$ 178.64
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ID: 2675564 pcs
thumb image of 18.3ct Trillion Rose-Cut Black Spinel (ID: 267556)
18.25 ct Spinel
9.8 x 9.6 mm
$ 91.25
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ID: 4213122 pcs
thumb image of 2.5ct Trillion Facet Violet Blue Tanzanite (ID: 421312)
2.47 ct Tanzanite
7.1 x 6.9 mm
$ 286.99
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ID: 4516625 pcs
thumb image of 1.6ct Trillion Facet Red Pyrope Garnet (ID: 451662)
1.60 ct Pyrope Garnet
4.1 x 4.1 mm
$ 11.20
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ID: 4009071 pcs
thumb image of 6.3ct Trillion Facet Violet Blue Tanzanite (ID: 400907)
6.30 ct Tanzanite
13.6 x 12.9 mm
$ 3174.44
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ID: 4435091 pcs
thumb image of 5.8ct Trillion Facet Orange Fire Opal (ID: 443509)
5.81 ct Fire Opal
14.3 x 14 mm
$ 188.42
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ID: 42334910 pcs
thumb image of 4.8ct Trillion Facet Pinkish Rose Rhodolite Garnet (ID: 423349)
4.81 ct Rhodolite Garnet
5.1 x 5 mm
$ 38.48
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ID: 4228971 pcs
thumb image of 2ct Trillion Facet Yellow Golden Golden Beryl (ID: 422897)
1.95 ct Golden Beryl
8.9 x 8.9 mm
$ 42.90
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ID: 3668751 pcs
thumb image of 1.6ct Trillion Facet Reddish Orange Fire Opal (ID: 366875)
1.57 ct Fire Opal
8.9 x 8.9 mm
$ 61.51
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ID: 4374271 pcs
thumb image of 0.9ct Trillion Facet Swiss Blue Topaz (ID: 437427)
0.92 ct Topaz
6.1 x 6.1 mm
$ 4.60
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ID: 4212242 pcs
thumb image of 2ct Trillion Facet Violet Blue Tanzanite (ID: 421224)
2.03 ct Tanzanite
7.2 x 7 mm
$ 235.87
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ID: 4527491 pcs
thumb image of 1.3ct Trillion Facet Sky Blue Topaz (ID: 452749)
1.27 ct Topaz
6.9 x 7.1 mm
$ 8.89
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ID: 37055315 pcs
thumb image of 8.8ct Trillion Facet Violet Amethyst (ID: 370553)
8.80 ct Amethyst
6.9 x 5.9 mm
$ 61.60
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ID: 3338541 pcs
thumb image of 21.9ct Trillion Cabochon Multicolor Chrysocolla (ID: 333854)
21.93 ct Chrysocolla
23.7 x 18.2 mm
$ 43.86
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ID: 4212282 pcs
thumb image of 1.9ct Trillion Facet Violet Blue Tanzanite (ID: 421228)
1.90 ct Tanzanite
7 x 6.6 mm
$ 220.76
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ID: 4375721 pcs
thumb image of 0.9ct Trillion Facet Sky Blue Topaz (ID: 437572)
0.92 ct Topaz
6.1 x 6 mm
$ 4.60
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ID: 4515856 pcs
thumb image of 1.8ct Trillion Facet Red Pyrope Garnet (ID: 451585)
1.83 ct Pyrope Garnet
4.1 x 4.2 mm
$ 12.81
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ID: 4212202 pcs
thumb image of 1.9ct Trillion Facet Violet Blue Tanzanite (ID: 421220)
1.86 ct Tanzanite
7.2 x 6.9 mm
$ 216.11
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Trillion Shaped Gems
When it comes to gemstones, shape and cut are are often used interchangeably. The reason is because the difference between the two isn't always obvious. Shape refers to the overall outline of a stone, while 'cut' refers the actual style, process or technique used to work the rough into finished gemstone pieces. Historically, a trilliant gem exhibits the basic trilliant design, featuring 43 facets cut into a triangular shape gemstone that has been worked into 1:1 ratio and cut with 43 facets. The 43 facets are based on the 'brilliant-cut' in order to maximize 'brilliance'. Like other brilliant cuts, the equilateral form of a well-cut trilliant gem should return a substantial degree of light and color to the eye. The trillion cutting style was originally introduced by the Asscher brothers (Asscher-cut) and was trademarked in 1962 by Henry Meyer Diamond Company of New York. Since the expiration of their 'trillion' patent, the term can be used to refer to all triangular shaped gems, even those which are not faceted.

Many trillions today are step-cut, scissor-cut, plain-cut, mixed-cut with undulating surfaces, and trillion gemstones are even cut en cabochon, featuring a flat bottom with a low or high dome depending on the type of gem. As long as the gemstone has a face-up outline or shape which resembles a triangle, then it can be described as a trillion-shaped gemstone. Gemstones like zircon, spinel, diamond, aquamarine, beryl and white sapphire are often cut as trillions to maximize brilliance, while darker gemstones such as tanzanite, spessartite garnet, rhodolite garnet and amethyst are given a trilliant cut in order to lighten and brighten color (rather than focusing on brilliance). Since most diamond-cut styles are modified for colored stones, many colored stone dealers use alternative terms that refer to shape rather than cut-style.
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