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Black v/s White Diamonds What we generally think of as diamonds, the largely clear, glass-like precious stones that have been many a girl’s best friend are actually white diamonds. Diamonds come in a surprisingly wide range of colors, from white, through yellow, brown, red, green, blue and all the way to black. White Diamonds

The classic of the precious stone family, eternal, visually stunning and instantly recognizable, white diamonds have long been considered the king (or queen) of all jewels. White diamonds are graded on a scale peculiar to white or near white stones, which takes into account the 4Cs of diamond grading – Color, Cut, Clarity and Carat weight. The colors that appear in white diamonds are caused by a variety of trace elements.

Black Diamonds In terms of the rarity scale of colored diamonds, black sits squarely in the middle of the table. Neither common nor so rare as to be the subject of great demand from dealers, black diamonds often get overlooked and, although seeing something of a surge in popularity in recent years, have become something of a niche selection for designers and buyers. This increased popularity has also led to sharp increases in price for black diamonds.

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Black v/s White Diamonds  

What we generally think of as diamonds, the largely clear, glass-like precious stones that have been many a girl’s best friend are actually...

Black v/s White Diamonds  

What we generally think of as diamonds, the largely clear, glass-like precious stones that have been many a girl’s best friend are actually...

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