Colors of Diamonds Luxury
Red diamonds are the rarest and most coveted of all fancy diamonds; As a result, when available, starting at a cost of seven digits by carats, rising strongly in recent years. Because of the rarity of these gems, it has become a little scientific study of the origin of its color. What is known is that the color is caused by defects in the crystal lattice formation that occurred billions of years ago.
The question and the value of blue diamonds are high, with a much larger range of colors than red, because of the different levels of color saturation / tone. We expect prices to continue rising for two main reasons: the main production of the mine blue has passed its peak production, causing a decrease in supply and prices constantly beating the previous auction records. Only 0.1% of blue diamonds are extracted. The blue color is caused by trapped boron in the diamond crystal.
Even violet or purple diamonds rarely taken, resulting in a price range for these tall, narrow jewelry. Like orange diamonds, the GIA rarely a gradation of these diamonds "pure purple" or "Pure Purple," which severely limits the availability of these stones is assigned. The purple color is due to the presence of hydrogen, which causes deformations in the atomic structure of diamond, resulting in violet.
The orange-colored diamonds are a little flaw "A pure orange diamond is extremely rare, so it is most desirable for any investor or collector GIA rarely assigns a diamond grading.." Pure orange "and accordingly orange diamonds are even rarer than the red diamonds. To be classified as "pure orange", there should be a complete absence of brown stone. The orange diamonds are the rarest of pink, green or blue.
"pure green" Diamonds are so rare that their value is rarely seen to move down. Prices of green diamonds are somewhat parallel to the rose, but the greens are usually tightly grouped, on the scale of values. The green diamonds get their color due to the bombardment of radioactive materials lasted several million years. The diamonds are extremely rare and natural landscaping.
The interest and rarity can vary greatly between the pink diamond, depending on the purity and intensity of color. Sometimes, large pink stones have volume outpaced the seven-figure price per carat and continue to increase. Values should continue to rise more rapidly as one of the largest mines in the world producing pink diamonds and red must be exhausted in the next five to ten years. One of the enigmas of nature: no one knows what from a pink diamond color.
The yellow diamonds are among the most popular of all natural colored diamonds, since they are among the most accessible and recognizable. The yellow color is the result of the nitrogen molecules to absorb blue light, causing the diamond to appear yellow. The larger stones show a much more intense than small cuts color.
Brown / Champagne / Cognac:
various shades of brown diamonds are caused by a change in the molecular structure of diamond, generally lower levels of nitrogen causes yellowing. Brown diamonds containing a significant amount of orange mixed with brown color are called "brandy", while the stones that are light in color are called "champagne". The stones with dark brown diamonds are often referred to as "chocolate".
Black diamonds are mostly opaque stones, color cracks caused by lattice containing black deposits. From black diamonds without any prism type game, its beauty is due to an incredible almost metallic sheen. Translucent and semitransparent black diamonds are even rarer. The relatively low demand for black color makes the diamond more affordable for all fancy colors.