Does I color diamond look yellow?

I color diamonds sit near the middle of the grades, meaning they do have a slight hint of yellow (or brown), but still have shine similar to that of colorless diamonds (though they might be slightly less sparkly).

Are colored diamonds worth it?

Given their rarity, colored diamonds are also considered significantly more valuable, and demand is considerably higher. However, not all colored diamonds are equally rare. For example, black, brown and yellow diamonds occur much more frequently than green or blue diamonds.

What color diamond is best?

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.

Is s12 clarity good?

SI2 clarity diamonds have noticeable inclusions that are very easy for a diamond grader to see using 10x magnification. We think if your diamond is bigger than a half-carat in size you’ll have no trouble seeing them either. The more inclusions there are in a diamond, the more they affect its overall appearance.

Can you tell difference between E and G color diamond?

While E color diamonds can look extremely colorless and beautiful, the differences between an E color diamond and a diamond with a G or H color grade are almost impossible to identify with the naked eye and generally aren’t worth the extra money.

What color diamond is worth the most?

Red diamonds
Red diamonds are the most valuable because they are the rarest. They only come at a Fancy intensity, with purplish (purplish red diamonds) and brownish color modifiers. Pure red diamonds are nearly impossible to find.

Which diamond clarity should I buy?

For diamonds over 2 carats, a clarity grade of VS2 or higher is the safest bet for avoiding any signs of visible inclusions. In diamonds between 1 and 2 carats, clarity grades of SI1 or better will not have inclusions easily visible to the naked eye.

What is the most important thing to look for in a diamond?

Out of the 4 C’s of diamonds, the cut of the diamond is the most important. This is followed by color, clarity, and carat weight.