Lab Grown Colored Diamonds

Our lab grown colored diamonds come in an array of sparkling and brilliant hues. Colored diamonds make the perfect choice for a unique engagement ring, while our variety of precious metal options makes it easy to pair different diamond colors with the perfect setting. No matter which you choose, our full range of options can help you find the perfect diamond.

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Fancy Colored Diamonds 101

Clean Origin offers a variety of fancy colored diamonds.

How rare are natural fancy colored diamonds? Extremely rare! Fancy colored diamonds are priced based on their hues and fancy color saturation. A fancy color diamond appears when trace elements interact with the carbon atoms of a forming colorless diamond as it encounters an impurity. If you're looking for a colored diamond, your options include fancy yellow diamonds, blue diamonds, pink diamonds, green diamonds, purple diamonds, brown diamonds, black diamonds, red diamonds, and many more. From light to dark diamonds, the options are limitless.

Diamond color varies based on chemistry. For example, a canary yellow diamond gets its color from nitrogen. When there's enough nitrogen in the stone, it becomes one of the fancy yellow diamonds we know and love. A similar process happens with blue diamonds. For this type of diamond, boron atoms have to enter colorless diamonds. Boron doesn't often interact with diamond crystal structure, which is why blue diamonds are so rare. This is also why blue natural diamonds, even with faint blue hues, sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Though a treated diamond is much less expensive than a natural diamond, a treated color diamond is often far too expensive for the average buyer.

Lab-Grown Colored Diamonds

Many colored diamonds are lab grown to give you perfect color saturation shades at a fraction of the cost of a natural color diamond. Lab grown fancy colored diamonds have the exact same properties as treated or natural colored diamonds. Also, the color appears much stronger in a lab grown fancy colored diamond than in a mined colored diamond. This is because scientists have more control over the diamond's color and crystal structure in a lab. They can manipulate the different hues of its dominant color and secondary color, which combine to create the true color of a fancy intense diamond or fancy color diamond.

Lab grown white diamonds are also more affordable than natural diamonds. As an added bonus, Clean Origin's lab grown diamonds are 100% ethically sourced. If you have your heart set on a yellow diamond engagement ring or dream of a pink diamond, this might be your sign to shop lab grown for your dream ring!

Shapes For Colored Diamond

Fancy color diamonds come in so many stunning shapes. Shapes such as pear, oval and radiant cut do a wonderful job of highlighting colored diamonds, allowing their colors to sparkle. Fancy diamonds do a great job at having their colors shine through, so most shapes work well with colored diamonds. Ultimately, the ideal shape for your colored diamond is up to you.

Ring Metals for Fancy Colored Diamond Engagement Rings

Color matters when you're buying a fancy colored diamond. That's why we offer the majority of our rings in white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, and platinum.

The diamond color scale makes it easy to pair other colored diamonds with the perfect precious metals. Diamonds with warm hues like a yellow diamond, orange diamond, or pink diamond go best with yellow gold or rose gold. Cool diamonds, which can have a purple color, blue color, green color, or greenish blue color look beautiful with white gold and platinum metals.

Not sure where to start? Schedule a complementary virtual appointment with one of our diamond experts.

Tips For Purchasing Colored Diamonds

Here are some tips on how to source the best colored diamond. Whether you're looking for a diamond that is green, blue, pink, or even yellow, there are a few things to pay close attention to.

The 4Cs apply to colored diamonds just as they are applied to a colorless diamond, with a few differences.

Cut

It's important to look for brilliant cuts that allow light to reflect beautifully. The cut of a diamond determines how well light reflects through and out of a diamond. In regards to colored diamonds, the cut is not the most important element, as colored diamonds are cut to have the color shine through.

Color

The color grade of a diamond is rated from D to Z. D graded diamonds are nearly colorless, on the other hand, a Z graded diamond has visible pale hues shining through. While near colorless diamonds tend to decrease in value when their yellow hues are visible, the opposite occurs for colored diamonds.

Clarity

The clarity of a diamond refers to the number of inclusions. Inclusions refer to imperfections that are found within. diamond. Generally, inclusions are nearly invisible to the naked eye and would have to be magnetized 10x in order to see any imperfections. Diamonds with fewer imperfections are graded higher on the GIA scale. The great thing about fancy colored diamonds is that their colors hide imperfections, allowing you to get a diamond filled with brilliance at a lower clarity grade, saving you money.

Carat Weight

Carat weight refers to the weight of a diamond. As the carat weight rises, so will the price. Larger diamonds tend to be rarer than smaller ones, making larger diamonds more expensive. When shopping for colored diamonds, keep the carat weight in mind as it influences the final cost.

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