Which color diamond is best?
D color diamond
D color diamond is the highest grade and is extremely rare—the highest color grade that money can buy. Eight percent of customers choose a D color diamond.
Which color diamond is the most expensive?
Due to their rarity, red diamonds are also the most expensive per carat than any other fancy colored diamond. On average, these crimson gems sell for over one million dollars per carat. The largest red diamond ever sold weighed 5.11 carats and was worth eight million dollars.
What are 4 different colors of diamond?
Pink diamonds. Color variations: Pink, purplish-pink, pink champagne, brownish-pink.
What is the cheapest color of diamond?
To group the colors based on prices the relatively affordable colored diamonds are grey, brown and fancy yellow. Going to mid ranging prices it can be an intense and vivid yellow diamonds and orange diamonds. A group higher in prices are pink, purple, violet, green and blue diamonds.
Is H color diamond too yellow?
What is H Color Diamond? When you’re on the lookout for a budget friendly diamond ring, H color diamonds are often considered; however if the diamond is too yellow, it loses its value. If the H diamond is well cut, you won’t be able to detect color tints even if you have a sensitive eye.
What grade of diamond is best?
Flawless is the top grade in the GIA Clarity Grading System. Diamonds graded Flawless don’t have visible inclusions or blemishes when examined under 10-power (10X) magnification by a skilled and experienced grader. As clarity increases, and if all other value factors are equal, diamond price per carat also increases.
What are GREY diamonds?
Grey diamonds are naturally occurring diamonds that have a grey hue. A grey diamond represents a coolness, sophistication, and class. Grey diamonds are rarer than yellow diamonds and more expensive as well.
What is the least rare diamond?
Of all the rare natural colored diamonds, green diamonds are the least rare, but pure green diamonds hardly ever go up for sale. In fact, there are only two notable examples of pure naturally colored green diamonds: the famed Dresden Green and the more recent, Aurora Green.