Though one of the most sought after colors by experienced collectors, many have not even seen a diamond with a pure orange grading.
These diamonds are very rare indeed, few new natural green diamonds make it to market each year, taking eons for the natural green color to develop.
Considered extremely rare, the shades of blue diamonds share the powerful blue of the sea, the endless vastsky or a pale winter day.
Yellow diamonds provide a subtle, dramatic aura in tones ranging from intense yellow hue to rich, softer light tones, becoming more and more popular every year.
Argyle Diamonds originate in the Argyle Mine of Kimberley, Western Australia & are globally recognized as diamonds with the strongest investment potential.
The most popular diamond amongst connoisseurs, a pink diamond is the ultimate symbol of feminity, love and grace and are truly winners across the boards.
Considered the rarest of the fancy color diamonds, red color diamonds are not often seen by most diamond collectors or jewelers.
Natural purple diamonds are extremely rare and expensive, so rare that most jewelers have never really experienced the joy of seeing a pure purple diamond.
Champagne diamonds are light-brown diamonds with a sparkling brown hue. The color range is from light champagne color to a deep rich cognac.
Chameleon diamonds when viewed under different light and temperature conditions change their color, which is a unique rarity in the world of diamonds.
Flawless white diamonds are perfect, colorless diamonds represent only 0.001% of all diamonds ever mined, making them beyond rare.
Natural grey diamonds are popular due to their relatively low price and strong color and look different if viewed in the daylight or artificial light.