Colour Explained

When jewelers speak of a diamond's color, they are referring to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Quick fact: Diamond almost entirely consists of carbon. Color is a result of the composition of the diamond, and it never changes over time.

Colorless: Diamonds graded from D to F are colorless.

Near Colorless: Diamonds graded from G to J are considered to have a slight tint of noticeable color.

Faint yellow: Diamonds graded from K to M will reflect a slight tint of yellow to the untrained eyes.

Very light and light yellow: The N to Z graded diamond range showcases colors like yellow, brown or gray.

[NOTE: Fancy color diamonds do not follow this rule. These diamonds, which are very rare and very expensive, can be any color from blue to green to bright yellow. They are actually more valuable for their color.]