natural color diamonds miracles of
Millions of yrs ago, deep in the earth, natural color diamonds were formed. These breat...
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Natural Color Diamonds; Miracles of Nature I

Billions of in the past, deep inside the earth, natural color diamonds were formed. These breathtaking, wondrous stones were subject to such incredible heat and pressure, it's amazing they found their approach to the earth's surface so intact and uniquely beautiful.
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  • 1. natural color diamonds miracles of Millions of yrs ago, deep in the earth, natural color diamonds were formed. These breathtaking, wondrous stones were susceptible to such incredible heat and pressure, it's amazing they found their method to the earth's surface so intact and uniquely beautiful. Natural color diamonds are renowned for their incomparable brilliance and broad palette of colours, including pinks, champagnes, cognacs, yellows, greens, and blues within an almost limitless variety of shades. The presence of color in these diamonds is definitely an entirely natural process, making sure that every stone is a-of-a-kind. Natural color diamonds are a unique, contemporary fashion twist about the standard white diamond. They exude an unmistakenable warmth, beauty and class; making them a perfect way for a woman to express her own unique personality. ·Naturally Rare, Uncommonly Beautiful The Physical conditions needed to color a diamond naturally occur very scarcely, making natural color diamonds extremely rare. How rare? For each natural color diamond, you will find ten thousand colorless ones. The development of natural color diamonds can be a process that requires the presence of trace elements in addition to distortions towards the typical diamond crystal. If the element interacts with carbon atoms during diamond creation, the diamond's color can change. Radiation and pressure over a diamond's structure can impact its color too. Read this page The actual existence of nitrogen can impart yellow or orange shades to some diamond, while boron colors it blue and hydrogen produces unique violet hues. Tremendous pressure exerted on the diamond deep inside the earth can compress its structure, developing a red, pink, purple or brown stone. Natural radiation over millions of years generates green and blue diamonds starting from aqua to teal. ·Guidelines for Buying Natural Color Diamonds Diamonds are bought on such basis as the 4 Cs: Cut, Clarity, Carat, and Color. But the value of natural color diamond usually depends upon the rarity of their color than on some of the other 3 Cs, including carat weight. Simply because some colors appear in a variety of styles and sizes, although some are rare even in the tiniest sizes.
  • 2. Since natural color diamonds can be found in such a wide range of colors and no two are identical, it is sometimes complicated to produce a grading system that may capture the special character of each and every individual stone. Experts at the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) and the International Gemological Institute (IGI) have three parameters in which they describe color for these particular exquisite diamonds: 1. Hue Hue refers to the dominant colour of the stone, such as pink, blue, or yellow. There can even be modifiers, or tints, which imparts more one color to some stone. As an example, a purplish-pink diamond indicates a stone by using a principal pink hue as well as a slight purple tint. If no modifiers or tints exist in a stone, then a hue is said to be pure. 2. Tone Tone identifies just how much lightness or darkness a stone generally seems to retain. Tones ranges from light to dark. 3. Saturation Saturation describes the strength and intensity of the hue. The saturation of light diamonds may differ from pastel to vivid to intense. Dark diamonds ranges in saturation from dark to deep. The article above may be used on your website or newsletter. After it is published, May I request that you simply include my name and resource box (the bio., contact and copyright information that follows this article. I would personally also appreciate in the event you could send me an e-mail of notification along with a complimentary copy of publication.

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