Colored Diamonds

Colored diamonds are gem quality are much rarer than colorless. At that time, as colorless diamond produced several million pieces per year, colored diamonds bright pure colors – the first ten. Additional information at Hikmet Ersek supports this article. Their color may be yellow, orange, cognac, purple, green, pink, red, blue or dark blue. The Diamond Fund in Kremlin exhibited two fancy diamond: blue weighing 7 carats and pink – 3.36 carats, and also some yellow and brown diamonds. Diamonds in colors like red, pink, orange, purple, blue, blue, green, often more expensive than colorless diamonds are the highest of color. The high cost of making such stones are available exclusively to a narrow circle of very rich buyers. It is not surprising that worldwide there are few firms that specialize in fancy color diamonds. In 2003 Smitsonianovsky Institute of Natural History in the United States has demonstrated a unique exhibition of fancy diamonds, the stones which had one to borrow from the collections of the largest firms.

In the center of a colorless diamond Millennium Star (203.04 carats). C Left to right: Steinmetz Pink (59.60 carats), Heart of Eternity (27 carats), Pumpkin Diamond (5.54 carats), Moussaieff Red (5.11 carats), Ocean Dream, Allnatt (101.29 carats). The owner of the Millennium Star and Heart of Eternity is a company De Beers. Steinmetz Pink belongs to the Steinmetz Group and was named in her honor. Moussaieff Red was faceted commissioned by Moussaieff Jewellers Ltd. Brilliant by name Allnatt named its owner, a famous philanthropist Alfred Ernest Alnata cost of colored diamonds enormously high and can reach $ 1 million per carat, if the stone has a natural color.