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All You Need To Know When It Comes To...

COLOR

 


From Rough Diamonds To Ideal Cut Brilliants

A diamond can have a color designation (or grade) any where from "D" which is the best and most rare, to "Z".   A diamond with a "D" color is absent of any tint of color and is classified as 'colorless'.   The lower on the scale a diamond's color grade, the more obvious the tint becomes to the viewer. 

 


We sell only colorless and Near colorless diamonds

When we are referring to a diamond's color, we are referring to the amount of tint or slight shade within a diamond. A diamond with a "D" color is absent of any tint of color and is classified as 'colorless'.  Diamonds that receive a grade of D, E, or F are referred to as 'colorless'.  Diamonds, which receive a grade of G, H, I, or J, are referred to as 'near colorless'.  In each of these categories, the diamond will appear white when individually viewed.  A diamond which receives a K or L color, will appear to have a slight body tint.  The lower on the scale a diamond's color grade, the more obvious the tint becomes to the viewer.  The tint may be yellowish, brownish, or even grayish, but the bottom line is that the diamond will no longer appear 'white'.

 


Fancy yellow diamonds available, all sizes.

Natural Fancy Colored Diamonds...

Diamonds are available in natural colors other than white.  They are available in yellow, blue, red, and even pink.  These are very uncommon and rare.  If you have a desire for a natural, fancy colored diamond, please feel free to contact us for further information.  We have a great selection!