Color Education


This refers to the color of the diamond and not the color the diamond flashes when it moves.

It is very rare to find a diamond that does not have any color at all. Diamonds are found naturally in various colors including white, yellow, orange, gray, pink and brown. The color in the diamond is the result of the nitrogen that is present at the time of formation of diamond under the earth’s crust. The less color a diamond exhibits, higher is its rarity and more is its value.

Diamonds that have no color or less color allow more light to pass, thus releasing more fire and brilliance. Diamond acts as a prism by dividing the light into a spectrum of colors and reflects the light as colorful flashes called dispersion or fire. Diamond color chart

D-this refers to the diamond color being absolutely colorless. Rare and expensive diamonds.

E- a rare, high quality diamond in which only minor traces of color can be detected. F-considered to be a colorless grade with slight color that is detected by a gemologist.

G-near colorless diamond in which the color is visible when compared to diamonds of high grades.

H- near colorless diamond in which the color is visible when compared to diamonds of high grades.

I- Slight color is detected and is considered to be a diamond of good value.
J- Slight color is detected and is considered to be a diamond of good value.

Which diamond color is the best?
To get an answer to this question, you first need to keep your budget in mind. The absence of color in the diamond makes it rare and therefore more expensive.