Consumer Guide
 
Natural color diamonds are true miracles of nature, formed deep within the Earth millions of years ago. Now, having found their way to the surface, they are visible for all of us to see. These gems are rare and
renown for their beauty, encompassing a wonderful palate of color including pinks, champagnes, cognacs, yellows, greens and blues oranges and even reds.

Each natural color diamond is a unique, one-of-a-kind gem. The mosaic of color and play of light these diamonds exude warmth and sophistication not offered by any other gemstone represent the pinnacle of personal expression and individuality
 
  • Natural Color Diamonds exist in almost every imaginable color, size and price range. They vary from the faintest shade of pastel pink the bold and vibrant color of an orange...
  • Producing a beautiful natural color diamond is a skill few cutters posses. Diamonds are fashioned into a variety of shapes and cuts that intensify the stone's color and produce that sparkle we all love...
  • Clarity plays a less important role determining value of a natural color diamond than it does with colorless diamonds. The color within the diamond frequently masks the inclusions...
  • The value of a natural color diamond is determined by a number of factors, the most important being the face up appearance and rarity of the color. More common colors such as gray, brown and yellow...
  • Natural color diamonds have been referenced in history dating back to the 1400s. Today these gemstones are appreciated not only by royalty and celebrities, but by jewelers and a growing number of collectors...
  • The presence of color in a natural color diamond is an entirely natural process, ensuring every stone is unique and one-of-a-kind gem. Buyers should beware of treated/color enhanced diamonds which exist in the marketplace...
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5
Quick Tips
for Consumers
 
 
 
A list of five expert quick tips to help make your natural color diamond purchase an educated as well as pleasant experience...
 
 
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