Sometimes all that perfect isn't perfect! With Natural Coloured diamonds, even the imperfections are spectacularly perfect. Diamonds are summed up of a combination of beauty and rarity. Their dazzling brilliance and captivating colours make them some of the world's most valued gemstones.
As fancy her name, this fancy deep yellow pear-shaped natural diamond will design an authentic wonder piece. Perfectly cut and polished, she weighs 0.37 carats and truly displays an incredible amount of fire and brilliance. Setting this diamond over a halo of bright, sparkling diamonds will surely aid this colored diamond to have a more significant appearance and sparkle like never before.
Why do we love colored diamonds?
• Dazzling Brilliance
• Captivating Color
• Exceptionally Valuable
• April Birthstone
|Gemstone Stone Type:||Natural Diamond|
|Gemstone Weight:||0.37 carat|
|Gemstone Dimension:||5.2mm x 7.3mm|
|Gemstone Cut/Shape:||Pear Cut|
|Number of Stones:||1|
|Modern Gem Item#:||D225|
FANCY COLOR DIAMOND
Rare • Precious • Captivating
Coloured diamonds weren't familiar or available until sixth-century India; actually, a grading system for coloured diamonds only emerged in that era. Representatives of different ranks, statuses, levels were allowed only to adorn diamonds of a specific colour; hence diamonds served as a badge of position in the society. All this were part of ancient India's system of class structure.
Rulers, priests, and people of high status in the system were allowed to own diamonds that weren't colourless. Warriors and Land Lords were allowed to wear "Brown Diamonds that resembled the colour of the eye of the hare", Merchants were granted permission only to own Yellow Diamonds. Members of the lower levels in the society were assigned diamonds with the black or greyish colour. Whiles Kings, however, were free to choose diamonds of any colour they preferred.
Apart from the traditional colourless sparkling diamonds, diamonds come in various colours, such as Red(rarest), yellow, brown, blue, green, pink, and more. Colourless natural diamonds are classified on the scale from D - Z. At the end of this range is where coloured natural diamonds fall (i.e. X-Y-Z range). In this range of colours, diamonds begin to show traces of yellowish or brownish tones. This is the start of the Fancy Yellow Diamond and Fancy Brown diamond scale.
Any diamond that has a strong presence of colour is known as a Fancy Coloured Diamond.
Fancy Coloured Natural Diamonds are much rarer compared to their white counterparts, highly sought after for their impeccable rich, beautiful, and sensation colours. They do fetch a premium price per carat weight due to high profile auctions, which is another factor in their immense awareness and cost.
NATURAL DIAMOND FACTS:
• Mineral: Diamond
• Colour: All Colours
• Refractive Index: 1.577 to 1.583
• Specific gravity: 2.42
• Moh hardness: 10
BIRTHSTONE & ANNIVERSARIES:
Natural Diamonds are the birthstones for April Borns and the perfect gemstone for the 10th and 60th Anniversaires.
Fancy Natural Diamonds adds a glamourous twist to your memorable celebration.
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