Education on Fancy Color Diamonds

Unlike white diamonds which still exist in nature in large quantities, fancy color diamonds constitute less than 1% of the quantity of rough diamonds manufactured globally, every year, and this quantity is steadily shrinking.

Once a stone has been graded and certified, the natural loose diamond will have its own personal ID which includes an ID number for the loose diamond, measurements of the loose diamond, weight, shape, clarity, polish, symmetry and fluorescence.

When it appears as a single color, the price of the diamond will be considerably more expensive than a diamond with a secondary hue - for example, fancy Brownish Greenish Yellow, fancy Orangey Pink, or fancy Grayish Blue.

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