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A large yellow cushion cut diamond pendant is partially framed with marquis cut diamonds and hangs from a necklace of mixed cut diamonds.
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Yellow Gemstones: Can You Identify Them?

Don’t judge a yellow gem by its colour alone. A variety of gemstones also come in shades of yellow, from diamonds to citrine to garnets.

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A row of various shaped cut and polished pink diamonds.
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Why are Pink Diamonds Pink? GIA Researchers Dive Deep into their Crystal Structure

GIA researchers analysed more than 90,000 natural pink diamonds to better understand how these rare and beautiful diamonds formed and got their colour.

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Autumn 2015 G&G: Trapiche Emeralds, Synthetic Diamonds and a Large Diamond Source

G&G Brief presents an overview of the content of the Autumn 2015 issue of Gems & Gemology.

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Diamond with Unusual Laser Manufacturing Remnant

An unusual laser manufacturing remnant, possibly once used to guide a gem cutter, was left behind in a clock-like shape.

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Optical defects in diamond: a quick reference chart

A simple chart of optical defects in diamond, including those that produce colouration and fluorescence colours.

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Calcium Fluoride Coating Found on 13 "Fancy" Pink Diamonds

Recent lab examination reveals that traditional treatments such as calcium fluoride coating are still prevalent in the trade, and great care must be taken to identify them.

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Coloured Diamonds in the Aurora Butterfly of Peace Collection
The “Type” Classification System of Diamonds and Its Importance in Gemmology

Knowledge of type allows gemmologists to better evaluate if a diamond might be treated or synthetic, and whether it should be sent to a laboratory for testing.

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Characterisation and Grading of Natural-Colour Yellow Diamonds

A large number of natural-colour yellow diamonds are analysed using grading and appearance aspects among other characteristics to clarify the differences between them and the light yellow diamonds associated with GIA's D-to-Z colour grading scale.

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Treated-Colour Pink-To-Red Diamonds from Lucent Diamonds Inc.

Using a multi-step process, Lucent Diamonds has developed a new treatment process for certain natural diamonds that creates colours from pink-purple to red to orangey brown.

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Lab-Grown Coloured Diamonds from Chatham Created Gems

This article compares some of Chatham Created Gems’ synthetic coloured diamonds to natural diamonds and explains the results.

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