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Diamond color is a Fancy Colored Diamond’s most significant characteristic. In fact, unlike a colorless diamond where the 4C's (carat weight, clarity, color, and cut) are all equally important to the overall value, the color characteristic plays the most important role in the value of the diamond.
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“The best color in the whole wide world is the one that looks best on you.” -- Coco Chanel Color defines our world! Did you ever wonder where does color in diamonds come from?
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This is a beautiful earth mined natural Fancy Chocolate Colored Asscher Cut Diamond. This diamond weighs 3.01 carat and is SI1 clarity. This very rare genuine diamond is perfectly cut and is memorizing with the “halls of mirrors” effect that is commonly found with the square emerald shape also known as the Asscher cut. The price listed is for the loose diamond and it can be sold loose or we can set this diamond into a stunning ring or pendant or another piece you prefer.
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Top 5 Fancy Colored Diamonds - Diamond Exchange Dallas
Blue diamond's can appear as a Faint Blue, Very Light Blue, Light Blue, Fancy Light Blue, Fancy Blue, Fancy Deep Blue, and Fancy Vivid Blue. In the event of a secondary hue, a Fancy Dark intensity is also possible.
Hello, I own a .55ct vivid pink Argyle diamond. I was told it was in the 2007 Argyle tender. How do I confirm it is a tender diamond? I tried...
By Erika Winters An 8.41-carat fancy vivid purple-pink diamond fetched a record $17.8 million at Sotheby’s Hong Kong. Image: Sotheby’s An 8.41-carat internally-flawless, fancy vivid purple-pink diamond sold for a … 8.41-Carat Purple-Pink Diamond Fetches $17.8 Million, Sets New Record […]
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Diamonds might reign supreme in the world of engagement rings, but they certainly aren’t the only gemstone option out there. If you want something different, you have plenty of choices—including stones that look remarkably similar to diamonds, such as moissanite.
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