6 July 2015 / Blog
When most people think of diamonds, an image of a shining transparent gem comes to mind. This is because colorless diamonds (also known as white diamonds) are the most common type of diamond out there. A structurally and chemically flawless diamonds are completely transparent and colorless.
The word ¨flawless, ¨ however, is a bit of a misnomer. Chemical imperfects and structural flaws can give diamonds a wide array of beautiful colorsand in fact, many colored diamonds are actually far rarer and more valuable than their ¨flawless¨ counterparts. Colored diamonds come in gray, yellow, blue, orange, green, red, pink, purple, brown, and black.