The hidden colors in natural white diamonds. A different diamond color for each of your dresses. Yellow, Blue, and in between
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Until 50 years ago, Diamonds were women”s best friend only if she was wealthy enough to afford it. In order to own a blue diamond for example you needed to become an emperor.
Today, you can get natural diamonds in few different colors in the same price of a white diamond of Any size and in any budget. The most popular color today is the Fancy Yellow, Canary Yellow, or as defined in diamond certificates: “Fancy vivid yellow diamonds ” and ” Fancy intense vivid yellow diamonds”.
This same process takes place underground as well, but in uncontrolled conditions and take millions of years to produce. Only 1% of natural mined diamonds will come out in a fancy color.
The beautiful color, such as the yellow shade, that sparkle out of the diamond is a result of an incoming white color light rays. The white beam contains all rainbow colors; When a beam of light enters a polished diamond, some colors will be absorbed in the crystal, some will escape, and mostly one color will come out to our eyes and we see the diamond as “Yellow Diamonds” (or in other colors)
Two main reasons to have natural fancy diamonds color like “yellow diamonds”:
1. Chemical impurities: During the formation of a diamond in nature, atoms of foreign chemical elements, mainly boron and nitrogen, replace some carbon atoms, creating color centers in the diamond lattice, they will be the reason for the new fancy colors, after stage 2 will happen.
2. Imperfect structure. Sometimes when the diamond is exposed to extremely high pressure in nature, the crystal structure of the diamond is changed in some places. The distance between atoms is decreased, and such diamonds often get fancy colors.
We provide the immature diamonds the right conditions in order to accomplish their full color potential.
Yellow diamond or other colored diamonds for jewelry designers and manufactures are a dream comes true. The sky is the limit now for new jewelry lines with the new color addition.
(All the photos are taken from Diamonds-USA.com)
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