Brown diamonds are one of many 'shades' of colored diamonds. Other colored diamonds, also called "fancy diamonds," include pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, black, red and orange.
Some brown diamonds can be referred as chocolate diamonds, based on the intensity of their colour.
Although colored diamonds were once considered undesirable, they have become very popular amongst those looking for an alternative to conventional white diamonds.
Some colored diamonds gained commercial names over the years thus having multiple names which actually mean (more or less) the same thing.
For example: yellow diamonds are also known as Canary Diamonds (even though usually canary diamonds describe a diamond of a pure, strong yellow color). Some brown diamonds are described as chocolate diamonds.
NB: The words Chocolate Diamonds is a wordmark owned by Le Vian Corporation as a registered trademark. This wordmark covers "Jewelry, watches, timepieces, jewelry watches, jewelry chains, jewelry pins, jewelry amulets and jewelry rings all made in whole or in part of diamonds."
Chocolate diamonds are also known as brown diamonds. They are formed naturally due to high pressure under the earth. The reasons they are referred to as chocolate diamonds is due to the reduced glimmer and are rated very low on the grading chart. Chocolate diamonds are definitely more affordable than white diamonds.
No, they are diamonds. They are called chocolate diamonds because of their brown color.
No form of chocolate contains diamonds.
'Regular diamonds' are diamonds described without colour. 'Chocolate diamonds' are brown diamonds that include a description of the colour.
Kentucky is not known for its raw diamonds, chocolate or otherwise.
No. Chocolate diamonds are made from carbon, like all colours of diamonds. The name just comes from the color and there is no cocoa inside them.
Brown diamonds are not rare, but diamonds are rare.
Faceted, finished brown diamonds are simply diamonds within that colour range. Chocolate diamonds are an intense brown colour.
No. Natural chocolate diamonds are made by Mother Nature in a way that gives them their chocolate colour. However, there are man-made chocolate diamonds.
Brown diamonds are the most common of coloured diamonds found. Chocolate is simply the name of one of the shades of natural brown diamonds. Lab-created diamonds are generally 'white' diamonds.
What I have heard is Jared. Jared's is supposedly the ONLY legal distributor of chocolate diamonds.
'Chocolate diamonds' are named thus because this shade of brown diamond is the colour of chocolate. Some brown diamonds are natural diamonds; some brown diamonds are manufactured diamonds. A gemologist will help you determine the source of your brown diamond. Manufactured diamonds are always less expensive than natural diamonds with similar characteristics.
All diamonds are found in the earth.