In round diamond, pavilion organized by the Department of the top should be accurately aligned with the main facets (the sail). FIG examples: we can see the facets of a diamond crown and pavilion asymmetry.
These additional facets are usually located in the pavilion, close to the waist, but they can find anywhere in the diamond. FIG examples: This position is the most commonly found on additional facets.
OFF CENTER CULET
To check whether the bottom tip in the center position, you can see inside the diamond from the table, you will see the pavilion facets. If they cross the center form a perfect square, the bottom tip is in the center position. If the cross is a deviation from the party, and that is not set in. FIG examples: deviation from the center of the bottom tip they may be so.