Diamonds. Sunday , January 15th , 2017 - 12:00:01 PM
Carat: One of the other and essential property of diamonds is the Carat weight. In terms of diamonds, carat plays an important role. Mainly the Carat denotes the weight of the diamond and more the weight of a diamond, more pure it is and expensive as well.
Diamonds occur naturally in a wide range of colours including; white, yellow, orange, purple, green, red, brown, and even black; and then there is pink, the rarest and most sought after of diamonds. Mined in very small quantities each year, the Argyle diamond mine in Australia produces more than ninety percent of the world supply of pink diamonds and of those, only a tenth of one percent are classified as true pink in colour. Pink diamonds have been sold for up to $1,000,000 a carat. Unlike Type I diamonds that derive their colour from natural impurities imbedded in the diamond, pink diamonds, classified as Type II diamonds, acquire their coloration due to the structural anomalies that occur during a phase of plastic deformation and crystal growth. Pink diamonds are not usually large in size, with only one out of the top sixty six largest diamonds in the world classified as pink.
VS1, VS2 (Very Slightly Imperfect): These have inclusions that can't be seen with naked eyes but are visible under a 10X magnification.
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