Diamonds. Monday , July 03rd , 2017 - 11:59:47 AM
A diamond's clarity refers to how 'clean' it is. It may have certain impurities that have been a part of it right from the time it started forming inside the earth. However, there are a few clarity flaws, like scratches, air bubbles, and presence of other foreign materials, either inside or outside it, that mar the quality of this precious gem. The clarity of this gem is graded depending upon the color, size, number, and location of the inclusions or blemishes. These clarity flaws are observed under a 10X magnification. The various clarity grades of this gemstone are:
You must be aware that diamonds are available in a variety of colors like white, pink, green, blue, and black. The canary diamond is a variety of yellow diamond, which is quite distinct from the other shades of yellow diamonds that have darker shades of vivid yellow or traces of green. This diamond is a pure, light yellow without any traces of other color shades. It is named so because the color resembles the coat of a canary bird. It is also called a lemon yellow diamond or simply, the lemon diamond.
They were first discovered in Canada in the mid 1980s at Point Lake near Lac de Gras in the Northwest Territories. Since then, several mines have opened. The major ones include:
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