Yes, if the cut of the two stones is the same. The whole purpose of the color alphabet is to identify the intensity of the color.AnswerNot necessarily - while a higher color is usually more expensive, if the lower color grade diamond is cut to much better standards, then it can be more expensive but of lesser color.
Cut is very important as it controls the brilliance. When a diamond cutter has to cut a piece of rough, they have to balance the final carat weight with how beautiful they want to make it. Example, compare the cost of a regular round brilliant versus a hearts and arrows cut round brilliant. The hearts and arrows will be noticeably more brilliant, but also more expensive.
All else being equal: carat weight, cut, and clarity, a blue diamond will always be more expensive than a white diamond.
When purchasing a diamond, it's the clarity that counts. The less color involved in the gemstone the more valued.
All else being equal: carat weight, cut, and clarity, a red diamond will always be more expensive than a white diamond.
Carat for carat, no gem is more expensive than a diamond, given a superior cut, clarity and colour classification. Other gems can be more expensive than diamonds when the diamonds lack top qualities.
Diamond purity or clarity per se is not valued separately from the other qualities: it is rated. Higher-rated clarity is more expensive than lower-rated clarity. However, the overall value of a diamond includes its carat weight, its colour and its cut.
Every diamond is valued by its clarity, colour, carat weight and cut. Compared on an equal basis, you will pay less for a black diamond.
Given the same carat weight, clarity and cut, you will pay more for a pink diamond than for a 'white' or colourless diamond.
No they are not. Chocolate, in this case, refers to the color of the diamond, not what it is made from. The stones are gorgeous to look at, but the more color a diamond has, the more expensive it becomes.
If we select the popular cut which is round, then a 1 carat round cut diamond of H color and SI1 clarity will cost approximately $4129. You can visit www.dubaiwholesalediamonds.com/diamond-searchfor more options.
You can review the charts and information, below, to learn more about diamond clarity symbols.
It can be more expensive than D (colorless) grade white diamond. But then it also depends on intensity of its color. More the color intensity, more is the price.
i think diamond is more expensive
Given that all other properties are equal, except clarity: black diamonds -- carbonado -- are not clear, you'll always pay more for a (clear) 'yellow' diamond than for carbonado.
It really depends on the cut, clarity, color and carat weight of the diamond. Some colored diamonds maybe more expensive based on the above factors and some colorless diamonds maybe cheaper based on the same factors. Where the diamonds are sourced from and whether they are certified also has an impact on the cost.
Trained gemologists use a 10x magnification to identify diamond clarity. You can read more about how clarity is graded by understanding the flaws and how they occur, below.
a star is a luminous pointed figure that shows up at night. A diamond rating is facts and information, cut, clarity, color, and more things on an diamond.
I would always go with a diamond with higher clarity since there are less levels and more of a difference between each. G is still a good color. Are they comparable price? However, you can really only compare them if they are graded by the same company. You can find a lot of great info about color and clarity on the GIA website too.
Stone for stone, a diamond is more expensive than an emerald.
There really is not such a thing as an average price for a diamond as such. Diamonds are priced by 4 factors (the 4 Cs)--cut, clarity, color, and carat (weight). Cut refers to how well the diamond is cut. Clarity refers to the internal flaws the diamond might have. The more flaws the less it is worth. Color refers to the color of the diamond. A white diamond is worth considerably more than one that is yellowish. Finally carat weight refers to the size of the diamond. The bigger the diamond the greater the price. You are asking for an average so if we assume an average cut, average color, average clarity, and a smaller size carat weight assuming more of those are sold than of the larger diamonds and if we assume just the diamond and no setting, then we can perhaps give you a rough idea of what the price might be. Certainly, the most popular clarity would be one with very slight imperfections. The color of the average diamond would probably have some slight color when compared to a colorless diamond probably a J or I color. Cut would be good to very good rather than ideal. Let us then assume a 0.5 carat diamond, J or I color, very good cut, with very slight imperfections. Blue Nile sells these diamonds for about $1100 to $1300 each.
The hope diamond is a diamond. It is special because of its strong blue color and enormous size. Diamond is a mineral made up of carbon, though inclusions of other minerals can affect its color and clarity. Learn more about diamonds here: http://www.shopgemstones.com/diamond.html
Platinum is not more expensive than a beautiful, natural diamond.
Clarity H-I sounds more like the colour grade. Clarity I2-i3 means that there are two or three visible inclusions in the diamond. This is the lowest clarity grade for gem-stone quality diamonds.
Diamond fashion rings can be found at jewelers stores throughout the country, as well as at online stores such as Amazon. Important things to look for when shopping for diamonds are the four C's (Cut, Color, Carat and Clarity). Cut is the shape that the diamond is cut into, colors can range from clear to yellowish, carat is a measure of weight and size, and clarity is a measure of the impurities in the diamond. For larger and more expensive stones, certificates of authenticity are normally included.
Gem-stone diamond clarity is documented by a certified gemologist -- with an 'important diamond', potentially more than one gemologist -- according to a scale.From Wikipedia:"Diamond clarity is a quality of diamonds relating to the existence and visual appearance of internal characteristics of a diamond called inclusions, and surface defects called blemishes. ... Inclusions may be crystals of a foreign material or another diamond crystal, or structural imperfections such as tiny cracks that can appear whitish or cloudy. The number, size, color, relative location, orientation, and visibility of inclusions can all affect the relative clarity of a diamond. A clarity grade is assigned based on the overall appearance of the stone under ten times magnification."You can read more, below.
Facets are not part of how a diamond is priced. A diamond is priced by its carat weight, its clarity, its cut and its colour.