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Fancy Color Diamond Description

Fancy color diamonds come in almost any color you can imagine. Red, green, purple, and orange are generally the most rare, followed by pink and blue. Yellows and browns are the most common fancy colors, but they’re generally less valuable than the rarer colors.

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Additional Colored Diamond Services

In addition to grading and identification, we offer an array of other services for colored diamonds.

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Fancy Color Diamond Quality Factors

Learn about the factors that make fancy color diamonds so desirable.

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Fancy Color Diamond History and Lore

While fancy color diamonds have traditionally been a small part of the diamond business, their popularity and availability have grown in the past several decades.

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The 30.03 ct oval Juliet Pink diamond hangs from a necklace of 98.70 cts of round brilliant, pear and marquise cut colorless diamonds.
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LA Museum Hosts Rare Fancy Colored Diamond Exhibit

Some of the world’s most rare fancy colored diamonds are on display in Los Angeles until March 2017 − but you can see some photos of them here.

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Synthetic Moissanite Melee in a Colored Diamond Bracelet

The New York lab discovers synthetic moissanite in a colored diamond bracelet.

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Fancy Color Diamond Care and Cleaning Guide

Learn about fancy color diamond's durability and how to care for your fancy-colored diamond jewelry.

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Large rough diamonds sit on a mirror.
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Russia’s Lomonosov Diamond Project Shows its Fancy Colors

Lomonosov yields fancy colors – purplish pink, violet, green, yellow and brown – and a high percentage of gem-quality colorless (D-to-Z) diamonds.

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CVD Synthetic Diamond with Fancy Vivid Orange Color

Strong absorptions from N-V centers were the main cause of a CVD synthetic diamond’s pinkish orange bodycolor.

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Treated Fancy Red Diamond

Examines a 2.14 ct oval-cut diamond, graded as Fancy red, whose red color was produced through a combination of high-presssure, high-temperature (HPHT) treatment and irradiation plus annealing.

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