Canary Diamonds: Expensive Fad or Symbol of Eternal Happiness?

Diamonds must be clear and colorless – that is one thing that everyone knows about diamonds. Or is it? While it is true that a ‘pure’ carbon-only, and therefore ‘proper’, diamond, with no impurities, blemishes or inclusions, will appear almost entirely transparent except for that evocative and unmistakable light-reflecting sparkle that makes a diamond so

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Colored Diamonds

Diamonds are found in the earth’s crust in different colors including yellow, blue, orange, green, red, violet and many more. Chemically pure diamonds are pure white in color. There are two reasons why diamonds are found in various colors: 1. Presence of any impurities in the diamond. 2. Structural defects in the diamond. The yellow

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