Tag Archives: diamond color

Why The 4Cs Don’t Entirely Apply to Colored Diamonds

The 4Cs of diamonds have all but been drilled relentlessly into everyone’s heads by now. They of course stand for cut, carat, color and clarity, and are the basis on which the

The Colored Diamond Debate Continues

  Do you love the femininity of Pink? The vibrancy of Yellow? Or the richness of Champagne? Cast your vote for your favorite colored diamond and let’s see which is the most

A Diamond Color Grading Machine Has Become A Reality

Do you repeatedly encounter conflict over the exact color a given diamond ought to be graded? The frustration may very well end soon. The company ImaGem has produced a diamond color grading

Not All Diamonds Are Fancy

Diamonds can be considered “fancy” for two reasons: shape and color. Defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as: not plain or ordinary, the term “fancy” is an adjective that dealers and jewelry lovers

What Color is a Diamond?

The mere mention of diamonds is enough to send even the most level-headed among us into a tizzy. Their mesmerizing brilliance and luster have an irrational hold on our eyes. Yet when

What Color Looks Good with Pink Diamonds?

Color is a funny thing; it only exists as a result of the interaction between wavelengths of light and light receptors.  Aristotle wrote that “when light falls upon another color, then, as