Blue diamond is a type of diamond which exhibits all of the same inherent properties of the mineral except with the additional element of blue color in the stone. They are colored blue by trace amounts of boron that contaminate the crystalline lattice structure.
Most Green diamonds have a color that is modified by hints of yellow, blue, or gray. Variations in color, tone, and saturation can make a big difference in the selling price of the gem. The most valuable green diamonds have a pure green color, medium tone, and strong saturation.
Purple Diamond’s Rarity and Prices. While purple diamonds are not as rare as other color diamonds like red, pink or blue, a pure purple diamond is quite hard to come by. The majority of purple diamonds are found with overtone colors. Very rarely do our customers buy a purple diamond with no overtone.
The Pink Color. As with other colored diamonds, Pink Diamonds can be graded faint, very light, light, fancy light, fancy intense, fancy deep and fancy vivid. … These diamonds would be described in the certificate as orange pink, brown pink and purple pink (not that the main color is the last one mentioned).
All are Brown Diamonds by definition. When the GIA grades a colored diamond the color description is often composed by two and even three colors. A main color and supporting secondary hues.
The name, Canary Diamond or Canary Yellow Diamond refers to pure yellow diamonds with a strong shade – meaning pure intense yellow diamonds. Keep in mind that while almost everyone knows what canary diamond means, the GIA color description would still state fancy yellow in the color description and not canary.