Choosing a diamond color

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<ul><li><p>Diamonds are available in all sorts of colors.</p><p>The Rarest Diamond Colors White, Red, Pink, and Blue</p><p>Most Diamonds come with a yellow tint as they are mined. These are caused by the presence of nitrogen in the diamond.</p><p>OF course the more a diamond is free from such impurities the more expensive it will be.</p><p>The Color of a Diamond is graded along a scale which starts from D and goes all the way to Z in a descending order of color hence quality.</p><p>Diamonds which are graded as D are more whiter hence more expensive than diamonds </p><p>The Diamond Color is of exceptional importance when determining the quality and Price of the Stone.</p></li><li><p>Fluorescence is the quality of a diamond to give of light when exposed to ultra-violet radiation</p><p>Most diamonds which are fluorescent in nature are blue colored. </p><p>Extremely strong Fluorescence, while looking good in dark light actually makes the diamond look oily, which is unwanted. </p></li><li><p>Colors D, E, and F do not demonstrate any color. </p><p>Colors below these demonstrate colors, usually a yellowish tint.Read more on Diamonds and their attributes at Lenyas Online Jewelry Store</p><p>Diamond Color Grades DescriptionD F Colorless, White StonesG H Slightly colored, can be told that it is colored when put next to a D grade stoneI J Slightly Colored, but generally speaking acceptableK Z Yellowish stones</p></li></ul>