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Formed from immense heat and pressure far under the earth, most diamonds formed over a billion years ago and they have been treasured since ancient times.

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Coloured Fancy diamond gemstones

The worlds most valuable stone

Diamonds are not just colourless, but also come in a variety of different colours.

Coloured diamonds are given the term "Fancy" and are the worlds most valuable stones with some fetching over 900 000 USD per Carat.

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Coloured Fancy diamond gemstones


Clarity refers to the amount of blemishes and chemical inclusions within the stone. The grades of clarity are given below:

IF - Internally Flawless
VVS - Very, very Small
VS - Very Small Inclusions
SI - Small Inclusions
I - Heavily Included


Diamonds are given a letter designation which defines how colourless a diamond is.
D is the most clear and valuable and the scale proceeds down to N which is usually a dirty yellow.

Diamonds also occur in coloured varieties (termed Fancy) which are among the worlds most valuable stones.


A carat is the unit of weight by which a diamond is measured.

Because large diamonds are less common than small diamonds, the price of a diamond rises exponentially to its size.


The cut of a diamond is not the same as its shape. When choosing the cut of a diamond, look for how well it reflects light.

Well cut stones will have a sparkly 'fire' because they refract light from one facet to another before dispersing it off the top.