Many people have never heard of such a thing, but diamonds can come in all sorts of colors naturally; yellow, blue, green, pink, red, brown, purple, black, gray, and yes, orange.
Orange diamonds are very rare.
In fact, less than one-tenth of one percent are orange. And this orange hue is cause by the presence of nitrogen during creation. Nitrogen makes its way into the diamond lattice during growth, and the results are spectacular.
Just like this fancy orange diamond at James Allen…
It’s natural (meaning not synthetic or lab-grown), and comes straight from the Earth in this absolutely beautiful hue:
And here are the specifications:
|CARAT, COLOR, CUT, CERTIFIED||PRICE||VIEW|
|1.05, FANCY INTENSE, CUSHION, GIA||$12,790||VIEW|
A one carat diamond, orange in color, selling for $12,790 is actually not that bad. I mean, you are getting one of the rarest colors of diamond in the world. And orange is so unique, so different, that just about no one else will ever have one.
Are you an orange person?
Could you see yourself with an orange engagement ring? Or a pendant, or a tie tack?
This diamond has great brilliance, a warm color, and a GIA certificate. Head over to James Allen and give this gorgeous diamond a spin.
You can see it close up, magnified, and from every angle… It’s a diamond to fall in love with.