The Diamond Guide
The best place to learn what actually matters when buying a diamond online or in person.
D Color Diamonds Guide: The Best, Or Nothing
Despite their premium price tag, D color diamonds are one of the most popular color grades for engagement ring buyers. They are completely colorless but are they worth the premium compared to E, F, or even G color diamonds?
H Color Diamonds: Are They Worth It?
H color diamonds are in the sweet spot for value, helping smart diamond buyers to maximize the diamonds aesthetics without overpaying for qualities they can't see with the untrained eye. If you're shopping for a round diamond or are considering a fancy shaped diamond (emerald, asscher, etc.) under 3 carats, an H color diamond is a great choice.
F Color Diamonds: Blazingly White or Slightly Yellow?
F color diamonds are the second most popular color grade of diamonds for diamond engagement ring shoppers (behind only G color diamonds) and are a great way to get a larger carat weight while maintaining the icy white appearance that colorless diamonds are known for.
J Color Diamonds: Good or Bad?
J color diamonds are a great choice for diamond buyers looking to get a larger carat size while staying in the near colorless range (grades G, H, I, and J). But, the presence of color in a diamond can be made more apparent by a number of factors that are important to consider up front.
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