This type of jewelry cut is suitable for gemstones that have a high refractive index, good chromatic dispersion and transparent, such as diamonds. A standard round brilliant cut has 58 facets: 32 on the crown and 24 on the pavilion, plus the table and girdle. This type of cut is usually round-shaped, but variations such as pear, olive, heart and oval shapes are also available. A special type of square (ore rectangle) shaped cut was developed in the 1980s. Called the Princess cut, the table facet is cut like the brilliant, and the pavilion remains step-shaped. The popular Hearts & Arrows cut refer to the patterns displayed by the precise alignment and symmetry of each facet in the diamond: arrow shapes appear when viewed from the table facet, and heart-shaped patterns when viewed from the bottom. It is one of the most valuable and sought-after diamond cuts.