After stressing the advantages of investing in colored diamonds, many of you contacted us and asked which colored diamond category you should invest in accordance to your budget. Since this is one of our most frequently asked questions, we figured it was high time we shed some light on the matter.
Diamonds are one of Earth’s natural beauties, formed centuries ago by elements compounding deep beneath the surface. Although diamonds can be many different color, sizes, or shapes, naturally fancy colored diamonds have generated perhaps the biggest thrill in diamond enthusiasts worldwide. Of about 10,000 diamonds mined, 1 is a natural colored diamond.
It is said that red diamonds are the most rare colored gems out of them all. While this may be true, natural purple diamonds are no easy find.
2018 came and went, and while no diamond managed to break the record set by the Pink Star during 2017, there were plenty jaw dropping stones that managed to “wow” audiences and set headlines in the year that passed.
The top diamonds sold during 2018 were:
- A 50.47 Carat Colorless Diamond Ring, by Harry Winston
- The Fancy Intense Blue Diamond Ring
- The Farnese Blue Diamond
- A 50.39 Carat Colorless Diamond Ring
- A 51.71 Carat Colorless Diamond Ring
- The Pink Diamond Heart Pendant
- A 5 Carat Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond and Diamond Ring
- The Bulgary Blue Diamond Ring
- The Moussaieff Blue and Pink Diamond Necklace
- The Pink Legacy Diamond
Investments come in all types of forms. From real estate and stocks, to crude oil and gold. But did you know that another fast-growing form of investment is within the world of naturally colored diamonds?
We often see the terms Fancy Colored Diamonds (FCD) in auctions, on certificates, in articles, and in collections but what does this really mean?
In this article we will be exploring:
- The 27 possible color variations for diamonds
- How the most popular colored diamonds get their hue
- How color intensity and hue affect value
- The different kinds of Tones and Saturation
- The true meaning of a Fancy Diamond
Topics: colored diamonds
By now we all know that colored diamonds can come in all the colors of the spectrum, but... did you know that there is a diamond category that can change its color?
These stones are more famously known as chameleon diamonds, and in this article we will be answering the 9 most common questions regarding these beautiful and enigmatic stones.
Arpège Diamonds is a seller of many types of colored diamonds, but none are more central to the brand than pink diamonds. These stones perfectly capture the beauty and luxury that colored diamonds have to offer.
Not only do they make wonderful additions to any jewelry collection, pink diamonds also prove to be an amazing investment opportunity as their demand and value have shown significant growth in the past 3 decades.
November was full of colored diamonds news and insight. This month, we take a look at record-breaking sales, highlights from the Annual Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender, and the history of some of the most famous and expensive stones. Without further delay, let's begin.
With more and more people wanting to secure their wealth, investors have started looking towards alternative, tangible investments such as gold and fine art; but what about diamonds and especially colored diamonds?
Diamonds are one of those unique investments that can be purchased in one currency and sold in another, providing a hedge against inflation that devalues the purchasing currency. Like we’ve mentioned in previous articles, diamonds are tangible investments that are highly portable, easy to store, and of course wearable.