Colorful Diamonds Take Center Stage [SLIDESHOW]

JULY 03, 2015

Colored diamonds (known as “fancy color diamonds” in the industry) are a coveted rarity—just one in every 10,000 gems boasts a fancy color distinction—making the recent introduction of new exquisite yellow-, blue-, and pink-diamond pieces from jewelry houses Graff Diamonds, the One and Only One, Jacob & Co., and Rio Tinto all the more impressive. These unique variants, while every bit as regal as the traditional icy-white rock, are true showstoppers.  

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