Frequently Asked Questions

When does yellow become a positive color factor?

Most diamonds used in jewelry range from colorless to light yellow and are graded on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow). Those with less color, or closer to colorless, are generally more valuable. Diamonds with deeper shades of yellow (more color than Z) are graded differently and given a fancy-color grade. For these colored diamonds, a more vibrant color typically means higher value.

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