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Fancy Color Diamonds

Monday, December 22, 2014 6:19:51 AM America/Los_Angeles





Fancy Color Diamonds:

Tips For Choosing the Right Stone!


Fancy color diamonds are intensely colored diamonds. They are usually in high demand and therefore more expensive than other diamonds. While some colors such as yellows and browns, are more available, there are others, including red, pink, blue, purple and orange, which are quite rare. Not surprisingly, they may sell for the highest price per carat of any gem material.


These diamonds get their color from a variety of elements, radiation or high pressure that changes the stone’s structure during formation. The more intense the color, the more rare and more valuable the diamond will be.


Today’s fancy colored diamonds come in a broad range of rainbow colors including yellows, reds, pinks, blues, greens, purples and all shades in-between as well as brown and black. Some diamonds, called “chameleon’ diamonds, can even change color based on light and temperature! Choosing the right color is a very personal decision. Often it is influenced by your personality, skin tone, environment and many other factors.


Fancy colored diamonds are graded on a different scale than colorless diamonds. There are nine levels ranging from Faint to Fancy Deep.


The Clarity scale for colored diamonds doesn’t play as large a factor in price because the color is the value of primary importance.


In addition, the choice of setting can greatly influence the appearance of the stone. You want to choose a setting material that will enhance the natural color of your diamond.


Because fancy colored diamonds have a premium price, buyers must be sure they are dealing with a highly reputable and experienced source. Working with experts who specialize in finding and cutting fancy diamonds assures the highest level of satisfaction.


You should also request Certificates of authentication from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or another accepted gemological institution that grades diamonds.

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