DIAMOND Color | EDUCATION

When you buy a diamond, usually possible to choose the most transparent and colorless diamonds. Diamond rating by D-Z, and they will be divided into five categories.

WHATS ID DIAMOND COLOR?

  • When you buy a diamond, usually possible to choose the most transparent and colorless diamonds. Diamond rating by D-Z, and they will be divided into five categories (colorless: colorless, near colorless: near colorless, faint: faint, very slight: very light and slight: light). All colors have the presence of diamond, generally the easiest to see is yellow, it is because the presence of trace amounts of nitrogen when growing.
  • In general, when comparing the color of two diamonds, diamonds worse least two levels, will start to see the difference between them. You can see from the photos below, when the diamonds from the front looks, almost impossible to see any difference in color. Watching from the side or bottom of the diamond, you begin to see their color, respectively. But diamonds are a good inlay, from the front to watch their beauty, not the sides or bottom.

  • COLORLESS DIAMOND(D-F)

  • In the colorless diamond range of areas is the most difficult to find and the most valuable. When D / E color diamonds are actually no color, F color diamonds gemologist watch it at the bottom, there will be almost invisible faint color.
  • NEAR COLORLESS DIAMOND(G-J)

  • Diamond in the near colorless range, viewed from the front appears colorless. But put it in a white background, and then when viewed from the bottom, you will see a slight color. Usually in the ring mosaic naked eye it is difficult to perceive their color. Table near colorless diamonds, and their prices are very favorable.
  • SLIGHTLY FAINT DIAMOND(K)

  • Weak diamond color categories, when you watch old from the front will show a slight color. But some people are less sensitive to color, it would be an excellent choice.
  • In addition to the most common yellow, but you may also find that with a brown diamond. This is because within the diamond growth pattern, causing irregular internal structure of the crystal, plus nitrogen and displayed colors.