Diamonds

Diamonds

Summer is approaching! Maybe you’ve made plans to hit the beach, go camping, or travel to a new country - but have you figured out how you will protect your jewelry this season? The key to beautiful, long-lasting jewelry is through proper care. Here are some tips to keep...

Developed in 1902 by Joseph Asscher, the asscher cut diamond is an eye-catching fancy shape. Asscher cut diamonds are easily recognizable for their distinctive “X” shape and cropped corners. These diamonds are sometimes confused with emerald cut diamonds because they both feature step cut facets. A step cut diamond...

Naturally orange diamonds are incredibly rare and beautiful. To be considered a truly fancy orange diamond, they need to contain very little to no traces of brown color. They tend to contain yellow and pink secondary tones, and each one is unique. The Argyle diamond mine in Western Australia –...

Naturally blue diamonds are incredibly rare and, as such, very valuable. While white diamonds run on a color scale from D to Z, there is similarly no one color for blue diamonds. Some are very light, others notably deep; some have secondary tones of green or gray. Blue diamonds...

Naturally fancy green diamonds are the second most rare color of diamond in the world, after red diamonds. A blend of blue and yellow light, the green tone in these fancy diamonds varies from blue-green to yellow-green. Every green diamond is unique, making them incredibly valuable and sought after. The...

Naturally fancy colored diamonds are very rare and, as such, stunning to behold. Each diamond is truly unique, with its own distinctive shade and quality. Every diamond is expertly-cut to highlight its hue, emphasizing vivid and delicate colors that catch light beautifully. From canary yellows to sky blues, the naturally...

Naturally fancy pink diamonds are extremely rare and, as such, very valuable. While white diamonds – the most common diamond color – run on a color scale from D to Z, pink diamonds are categorized differently. Pink diamonds are labeled either very light pink, light pink, fancy pink, intense...

Yellow, or canary, diamonds, are a rare natural alternative to white diamonds. While white diamonds run on a color scale from D to Z, yellow diamonds have a much wider range (Z is considered light yellow). Some yellow diamonds are very white with a hint of yellow, while others...