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December Colored Diamonds News

by Tony Cathaway | December 28, 2016 | Things to Know
As the year winds down, there has been no shortage of exciting news in the world of colored diamonds and pink diamonds. Decembers top news includes some incredible diamond discoveries, amazing auction results, dazzling displays, and a recap of the ...

Sparkling Alternative Investments for 2017

by Tony Cathaway | December 23, 2016 | Alternative Investments
Sales of pink diamonds in 2014 indicated that a fancy vivid pink diamond averaged about $600,000 per carat, a fancy intense pink diamond averaged nearly $450,000 per carat, and a fancy light pink was fetching approximately $320,000 per carat. Prices ...

Three Record Breaking Yellow Diamonds

by Tony Cathaway | December 20, 2016 | History, Yellow Diamonds
Yellow diamonds are among the more frequently discovered hues of colored diamonds. Don’t mistake this to mean that their discovery is a common occurrence, as even the most common colored diamonds are still a rarity. In this article, we will discuss ...

The Rich History of Colored Diamonds

by Tony Cathaway | December 13, 2016 | History
Diamonds have been recognized for their beauty and value for thousands of years. The history of how and where diamonds first developed reveals a story as intricate as the diamonds themselves. In this piece, we will uncover some of the lesser known ...

Small Pink Diamonds with Big Price Tags

by Tony Cathaway | December 9, 2016 | Pink Diamonds Insight
Pink diamonds are perhaps the most coveted of all the colored diamonds. They consistently bring in some of the highest price tags and draw the most attention at auction. There have been several notable sales of pink diamonds over the last decade, ...

Best of the Best: Green Diamonds

by Tony Cathaway | December 5, 2016 | Things to Know
Natural fancy colored green diamonds comprise a tiny percentage of the colored diamonds ever discovered. The majority of naturally colored green diamonds weigh less than a carat, so when a green diamond of significant size is discovered, the diamond ...
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