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Find the Natural Colour Diamond Rings for your Partner

Whenever people have a thought of colourful diamonds, their minds turn to sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. In many cases they would be right. On the other hand, for the jewellery connoisseur, they ought to also consider the brightest, beautiful and resilient stone of all - the diamond! Many people don't know that diamonds come in colours other than white. The jewellery industry names these stones "white".

However, the informed jewellery aficionado familiarises that the most beautiful stones in the world arrive in a rainbow of colours.

Natural coloured diamonds may be one major colour or customised with a secondary hue or hues. Natural colour stones are also graded for colour differently than white stones. Natural colour diamond stones are graded with a specified order: faint, extreme light, light, fancy light, fancy, fancy dark, fancy intense, fancy vivid and fancy deep. With many natural colour diamonds, the more pleasing diamonds are the ones nearer to fancy vivid.

Discussing the Various Coloured Diamonds

  1. The least exceptional colour of natural colour stones is yellow. Natural yellow colour diamond stones get their colour from the existence of nitrogen in the carbon lattice.
  2. Rarer than pink stones are the orange diamond stones. Natural orange stones get their colour through the presence of nitrogen as well as defects in the crystal lattice. Since the colour orange is a mixture of red and yellow, the primary colours of orange stones range from red orange colour to yellow orange.
  3. The subsequent least available diamond stone is the blue diamond. Natural blue stones get their colour by the presence of boron in structure of diamond. The most prominent blue diamond stone in the globe is also the best recognised - The Hope Diamond.
  4. Another rarest naturally coloured diamond in the list is the purple diamonds. True purple stones are almost non-existent as well as are created by abnormally high amounts of hydrogen in the structure of the diamond stone. The most natural purple stones are modified via pink so that they are recognised as pinkish-purple stones. There are three popular purple diamond gems known all over the world and little is familiar about two of them - the Supreme Purple Star Diamond and the Royal Purple Heart Diamond.
  5. Another natural rarer colour is green. They are casual in that their structure not from any defects located in the diamond. They are created from exposure to radiation which takes place naturally in the soil, probably from uranium ore. Due to the method of their formation, natural green diamonds are often simply green on the surface. There is simply one recognised natural green diamond - The Dresden Green.
  6. Moreover, there are red diamonds. They are created through the same process as pink stones. There are just a few stones that GIA has graded to Fancy Red (unmodified).