How To Choose a Yellow Diamond

Some of us think of diamonds as only being clear. Although crystal diamonds are the most commonly used in the world, the gemstone actually come in a wide range of shades, such as yellow-coloured. Weak yellow-coloured gemstones are also known as canary diamonds and cost less than the more deeply-coloured ones. Dark coloured yellow diamonds are typically more rare and expensive.

There are several popular yellow-coloured gemstones, such as the Allnatt, Oppenheimer, Celebrity of Serenity, Hope of Africa, Florentine and Kimberley Octahedron, a 616-carat yellow-coloured precious rock that is found in South Africa. The depth of the colours usually sets the price of yellow diamond. The deeper it is, the more expensive it will be. Shade is the most essential aspect when analysing a yellow-coloured precious rock. As opposed to other gemstones, the quality of the yellow-coloured precious rock is more essential than cut. A yellow diamond with very deep colour is likely to be unaffordable for most of us. Moreover, less cloudy yellow diamond with saturated colours will be valued very high.

Instructions

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    Consider grading the gemstone on its colours. If U-V yellow grade is visible, the yellow diamond is likely to be low grade. They get gradually more vibrant all the way up to a rating of “Elegant Stunning Yellow”.

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    Choose the cut of the loose yellow-coloured gemstones you want to buy. The "cut" can be ranked "poor" all the way to "ideal." The better the cut, the more expensive the precious rock and the more elegance and glimmer the gemstones will have.

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    Select the loads of the carats. The largest you can select is about 10.00, while the tiniest is about 0.25. Don't mix up "points” and “carats". One size is equal to 100 factors.

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    Pick the quality you want each loose yellow-coloured precious rock to have. The quality relates to the flaws there might be in a particular yellow diamond. A perfect precious rock, which has a quality of "FL," contains no blemishes, but these rocks are very hard to find. Stones that have minimal blemishes are evaluated as "VVS1" or "VVS2." Yellowish gemstones that have faults you can see without magnifying are evaluated "I1", "I2" and "I3” or "SI1", "SI2".

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    Select the form of the yellow-coloured gemstones you are looking to buy. Common precious rock forms include: circular, asscher, princess, oval, triangular, centre, pear, square, marquise, queen, support, rub, head and radiant.

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