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Yellow Fancy Diamonds

They say that: “The ideal diamond must have no color at all, like a drop of spring water”.

Well, this event occurs when diamonds have the most refraction of light, then they “sparkle”. But things change and color diamonds have become a trend. So we find a rainbow of tonalities to suit all taste:  red, blue, pink, green, and bright yellow that are highly prized and extremely rare.

Rare fancy yellow diamonds are also called canary diamonds where the deeper yellow color the more expensive it becomes.

The biggest  yellow diamond, take a look!! latest news and price.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-11-16/sun-drop-diamond-sells-for-record-price/3674564

The chart for grading yellow diamonds (GIA Scale) starts with the finest colorless diamonds represented by the letter “D” and proceeds through the alphabet until the letter “Z”. Beyond “Z” is the range where the diamond’s color is vivid and rich, called “fancy colors” and between them the fancy vivid yellow diamonds.

Yellow diamond color chart

Links

Look at Tiffany’s Valentine’s Day charms

http://international.tiffany.com

http://www.hwgem.com/diascale.htm

http://www.gia.edu

Diamond is my color

http://bassia.wordpress.com/2010/07/10/diamond-is-my-color

Read about the Kimberley Process: A joint governments, industry and civil society initiative to stem the flow of conflict diamonds

http://www.kimberleyprocess.com

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January 29, 2011 - Posted by | Skyscraper Gossip | , , , , , , ,

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