The 4 Cs of Diamonds - Color
The most popular diamonds have no color. The more colorless or white they appear, the higher their grade and cost. However, “fancy colored” diamonds, such as pink, green, and blue diamonds, are much rarer and can cost far more than colorless diamonds. Learn how gemologists grade diamond colors and how to pair a stone with a metal color for a setting.
Orange Diamond Buying Guide – Orange Diamond or White Whale?
Most Expensive Diamond Colors With Prices
Argyle Diamond Buying Guide – The Demise of a Great Artist
Green Diamond Buying Guide: Diamonds for the Elite Collector
Champagne and Brown Diamond Buying Guide – Natural Diamonds with a Hint of Warmth
Black Diamond Buying Guide – Dark & Stunning
Chameleon Diamond Buying Guide – Quick Change Artists
Best Diamond Color for Rose Gold Rings
Is an E Color Diamond Worth the Price?
Best Diamond Color for Yellow Gold Rings
Best Diamond Color for White Gold Rings
Is a D Color Flawless Diamond Worth the Price?
How Does Diamond Fluorescence Affect Price and Color?
Diamond Buying and the Four Cs, Part 2: Diamond Color
Fancy Colored Pink Diamond Buying Guide
Fancy Colored Blue Diamond Buying Guide
Fancy Colored Yellow Diamond Buying Guide
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