Natural colored diamonds illustrate exclusive elegance of nature. Rarity is the most emphasized property of colored diamonds. Purchasing masterpiece jewelry with a colored diamond, priority of characteristics turnabout, as opposed to colorless diamonds. Color is the main attribute that distringuishes how rare and valuable a colored diamond is. The most recognized rare colors are saturated pink, blue, and green. Furthermore, even very slight color difference can have a big impact on value.

The rarest type of colored diamonds are red, green and blue with medium to dark tones in combination with moderate saturation.


The brilliance of color, depth, and intensity are the most important factors when purchasing a colored diamond. The diamond will be more valuable, respectively to the intensity of the color.

Setting and Cut

Colored diamonds' preciousness can be further intensified with an appropriate setting and cut of the stone itself. The cut is self-explanatory, the higher the quality of the cut - the better the color will be reflected when exposed to light sources. Setting of colored diamond jewelry should be carefully examined and selected by an expert. The synergy of colors is the key factor, for instance, a yellow diamond will look better together with yellow gold and rose gold with a red diamond, respectively.

Shape and Clarity

Characteristics of shape and clarity are not equally important as color and cut, but also play an important role. Shapes of colored diamonds usually come in unique designs to emphasize the color.