What diamonds are orange?

How rare are orange diamonds?

Orange diamonds are the second rarest colored diamonds, with red being the rarest. According to William Goldberg, less than 1% of all diamonds are orange, with pure orange coming in at an even lower rate {8}.

Who owns the orange diamond?

Formerly referred to simply as the 5.54 Vivid Orange, Winston named the diamond “The Pumpkin Diamond” as he bought it the day before Halloween.

Pumpkin Diamond.

Weight 5.54 carats (1.108 g)
Cut by William Goldberg
Original owner unnamed farmer
Owner private owner from Indonesia bought in 2005
Estimated value USD 3 million
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