Blue Diamonds and Black Diamonds; Diamonds Every Color of the Rainbow
What is it about COLORed DIAMONDS that makes them so appealing? Well, apart from their beauty and mystery, they are widely appreciated by designers, retailers and manufacturers for their affordability and fashionable nature. Our most popular sellers, blue diamonds and black diamonds, are particularly useful as dramatic counterpoints to white diamonds.
Treated color diamonds are certainly more affordable than natural color diamonds, which due to their scarcity and prestige tend to have prices soaring into the stratosphere.
0.51-carat vivid purplish pink, VS2, sold for $338,500 at sotheby’s
LOTUS COLORS, INC. Enhanced Pink Diamond for 8000$/ct (retail price)
A supply of enhanced color diamonds, on the other hand, can be guaranteed. We have refined our processes to create accurate shades, and supply in a variety of cuts and sizes. Our stock is huge and our processes are quick, so that even in the unlikely event that we don’t have your desired diamond in stock, we can quickly produce it. Our well sorted inventory helps you sell add-on pieces to the same customer over years with ease. Color enhanced diamonds are readily available in a wide range of colors, shapes and sizes, giving a jewelry designer unlimited possibilities.
Color Enhanced Green Diamond
The real beauty of enhanced color diamonds, of course, is their ability to complement other gemstones. Blue diamonds surrounding a sapphire look spectacular, for example, as they emphasise the intensity of color and bring an extra level of sparkle to the piece. Also a white diamond surrounded by blue diamonds will be just as spectacular as both share the same brilliance.
Finally, as one of the hardest substances on Earth, the durability of diamonds is guaranteed. While other gemstones can easily crack or degrade over time, the enhanced diamond will remain just as it is for many thousands of years. This means that diamond jewelry, unlike jewelry made with other colored gemstones, won’t need to be repaired every few years.