The Allure of Champagne Diamonds

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Colour Class

Anyone who knows a thing or two about the many kinds of fancy colour diamonds are bound to be aware of the rocky journey champagne gemstones have endured over the years. Indeed, although these rocks are amongst some of the more sought-after diamonds on the market today, they were not always the preferred choice of diamond buyers across the globe. Australians keen to learn more about the reasons why champagne diamonds are selected by people from all walks of life should visit some of the more established brokers of a range of fancy colour diamond stones.

Of course, by being more aware of how these gems are graded for quality, potential purchasers should feel more assured that they are making the right choice in rocks to be incorporated into their engagement or wedding rings design. Some of the more interesting factors related to the grading of champagne diamonds are listed below:

1. Hue, tone and saturation are considered when grading the colour of these gems

2. For clarity – the fewer visible flaws in the stone – the better

3. With cut – the more proportion it has – the more brilliance the stone has

4. Brilliance is less important for darker champagne diamonds

5. The Gemological Institute of America does not use the term “Champagne” on reports

Dark and Handsome

Although it is true to say that most diamonds mined have an undesirable yellowish or brownish tint, coloured precious stones of the champagne variety are still very much in demand. However, it must be said that the most valuable type of champagne diamonds consists of a much darker hue than the typical yellowish diamonds, which some experts consider to be of a much lower grade of stone.

Couples convinced that the champagne diamond is what they will buy should be easily able to find the right cut and shape of rock most suitable for the unique engagement rings from jewellers such as Certified Diamond Network. Of course, shoppers of precious stones of the diamond variety should take the time to carry out some research on all the colour fancy stones available to buy in their part of the world. Aussies who look at reputable websites will be able to learn a lot about the history of fancy colour stones that can be bought in their part of Australia. Indeed, there is a wealth of information on such websites regarding these highly regarded gemstones throughout the globe.

Quality Counts

It stands to reason if we have saved up all year in order to purchase champagne diamonds for our wedding that we will want to ensure we do not make a mistake in the design of bands we finally choose. Of course, by being more knowledgeable about how these unique types of rocks are graded, this purchasing goal should be much easier to achieve. As part of the natural brown diamond family, champagne diamonds are considered to be quite special due to the fact they contain nitrogen which is trapped during the formation of these rare rocks.

And as most champagne diamonds come from the Argyle Mine in Australia, people hoping to source one of these stones to be used in their engagement or wedding ring designs could not be in a better part of the world. Indeed, having the main source of these exquisite and versatile rocks on your doorstep should be quite inspiring for couples set on buying champagne diamonds for a special occasion. However, just because these classy rocks are mostly bought by people planning to get married, it does not mean to say that they are not suitable for less formal events.

Sarah x

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6 Comments

  1. jennyinneverland August 8, 2018 / 10:08 am

    I really don’t know the first thing about diamond or gemstones or anything like that but it’s something I’d like to learn more about xxx

  2. Boxnip August 8, 2018 / 12:42 pm

    I didn’t even know there was such a thing as a champagne diamond! So, I’ve just learnt something lol x

  3. New Lune August 9, 2018 / 9:43 am

    Ah this is such an informative post! I didn’t know all these things about diamonds xx

  4. Sarah Sullivan August 14, 2018 / 10:35 am

    not a fan of diamonds to be honest, i love emeralds!

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