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There is only one gemstone it can be.... Colored Diamonds! Jewel of the Month, is a yellow diamond engagement ring showcased in 18k white gold.
And in case you were wondering if this fancy colored diamond had been colored treated, the answer is a resounding - Yes, it Has been color treated.
Since 1905, when Sir William Crooks announced he had successfully treated a diamond to produce a new color by penetrating the diamond itself to change its body color, the facts about Diamonds tells us, that new technology to color treat diamonds just keeps improving.
So it's important when buying colored diamonds to get full disclosure as the difference between a natural colored diamond and a color treated diamond means a huge difference in the price.
Many fancy colored diamonds in the market have been color treated, however many times the diamond facts have not been disclosed to the consumer.
This color treated fancy color yellow diamond with orange undertones, is a marquise shape, with a weight of 0.93 crt and a clarity of VS1 and 22 modern brilliant cut diamonds with a total estimated weight of approx. 0.08 crt. Total diamond weight: approx. 1.01 crt.
Ring size Continental: 53 & 17 , Size US 6¼ , Size UK: M
Paris Hilton owns a famous engagement ring given to her from her boyfriend. The canary yellow diamond was a 24 carat beauty purchased by Paris Latsis as well as a 14 carat white diamond engagement ring from Tiffany and Co. Paris Hilton reportedly kept both rings when their engagement ended a short time later.
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