Diamonds


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Although most colored diamonds are not as vivid as top colored stones, how many green colored diamonds look like light emeralds? Few but this one does. You don't have to use your imagination to see this green color. This .12 natural hexagonal diamond has received the fancy intense green grade at the GIA Gem Trade Laboratory. This is the most difficult color grade to receive of any of the colored diamonds because of the difficulty of proving natural origin. The diamond has a real cool radiation stain, which proves the color is natural. The stone's clarity is Very Slightly Included (VS). The ultimate collectible for a colored diamond connoisseur.
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This .17 natural round diamond is graded Fancy Gray-Blue grade at the GIA Gem Trade Laboratory. The predominant color is always the last color, or blue in this case. The dash between the Gray-Blue means the two colors are approximately equal. The stone's clarity is Very Slightly Included (VS). The ultimate collectible for a small colored diamond connoisseur.
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Fancy Vivid is the top colored diamond grade you can receive from the GIA Gem Trade Laboratory. Only one in 100,000 diamonds receive this grade. You don't have to use your imagination to see the vibrant colors of this gem. Like many of these hot pinks, the stone has some eye visible inclusions. However, pretty hard to see face-up. Despite the clarity this is a gem gem. Some might think this a bubblegum pink spinel or sapphire. Now is the time to purchase these pinks because the Arygle diamond mine is going to close in 2020. The laws of supply and demand should make these pinks surge in price.The ultimate collectible for a small colored diamond connoisseur.
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A lively, poppy green yellow diamond. You don't have to use your imagination to see the vibrant colors of this gem. The predominant color is always the last color, or yellow in this case. The dash between the Green-Yellow means the two colors are approximately equal. The clarity is SI. Compared to a top white diamond, just a small premium for this unique natural colored diamond. The ultimate collectible for a colored diamond connoisseur or could easily be mounted.
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Often called cognac or champagne, this is an orangy brown fancy deep diamond. The orange secondary is highly desirable in brown diamonds. Although browns were always considered less desirable in the diamond world, the browns have been hot lately as a fashion statement and due the high prices of the other colored diamonds. Many collectors like these stones because they are affordable but still rare colored diamonds. A unique collectible for a colored diamond connoisseur or could easily be mounted.