What should I look for in a yellow diamond?
The GIA Colored Diamond Grading System assigns yellow diamonds one of six color grades: Fancy Light, Fancy, Fancy Dark, Fancy Deep, Fancy Intense, and Fancy Vivid. The presence of nitrogen causes a diamond to appear yellow. The intensity of the yellow color is dependent upon varying amounts of nitrogen.
Are yellow diamonds more valuable?
Are Yellow Diamonds More Expensive? Yellow diamonds are very rare, which can make them more expensive than clear diamonds. However, they are less rare than other coloured diamonds, such as pink diamonds. A diamond’s cost depends on the carat, clarity, colour and cut, (more on this later).
Can yellow diamonds be flawless?
Here is an exceptionally desirable diamond – from a few different standpoints. It is easy to point to the fact that Intense Yellow, Internally Flawless is an incredibly lofty grade. For that reason alone, It would be a diamond of note. However, this stone is so much more special than even that grade indicates.
What color code is yellow diamond?
Hex Color code for Yellow Diamond color is #f6f1d7. The RGB color code for Yellow Diamond color is RGB(246,241,215).
Can yellow diamonds fade?
Fancy yellow diamonds:
They are rare in nature (given the name ‘Canary’), are not heat treated (those are the real colors that will never fade or diminish), but the prices for the vivid diamonds is enormous; much, much more than any of the best white diamonds with the same carat weight and clarity.
What’s the best clarity and color in a diamond?
According to that GIA standard, the “best” diamond color is D. (Read more about D color diamonds here.) D color diamonds are the equivalent of IF or FL grade diamonds on the clarity scale — they’re very rare, and their price definitely reflects that.