Blue diamonds are actually considered as the major trophy in the connoisseur’s collection. There’s also natural blue diamond, but, they are very rare. The blue diamond jewelry made purely by nature, will cost hundreds to thousands of dollars and more. The treated blue diamond’s can cost lesser and is the most unique and popular option to the regular white diamond – as well as will cost very less than the white diamonds, at over half its cost, for the quality colored diamond. It can cost very less as you do not have to start with white diamond since you will be treating this to alter color to blue. The fancy colored diamond designer or manufacturer may start with the yellowish and low color class diamond and treat this blue, thus costing less than the high-end crystal white diamond.
The blue diamonds are quite rare that many jewelers have not seen even one. They will include stones as Queen of Holland, Blue Empress, and Regent Diamond. Most celebrated and unique blue diamond is “Hope” diamond. They are highly rare and beautiful, and value indicates not any signs of subsiding at predictable future. Far less blue or colored diamonds are searched every year, and making them the highly treasured commodity. It’s unlikely that the sizeable new caches for natural diamonds can be retrieved outside recognized diamond mines, thus there will not be market flooding high in the future. Value of the high-grade diamonds is recognized to increase by fifty percent in a year. With this diamond, you can think of designing tennis bracelet womens.
Where can you find blue diamond?
Blue diamonds are generally mined in India, Australia and South Africa. Boron atoms, in the smaller concentrations, cause its blue color. Rare gray – blues can be caused by hydrogen. Secondary hues or modifiers are: green, gray, and violet. Elements of boron might be substituted within the diamond during the formation. Boron absorbs the red light, thus in an absence of nitrogen, the diamonds having boron come blue in color. The diamonds having boron exhibit the unusual electrical elements and are also semi-conductive. Hydrogen is one more impurity, in the high quantities, will cause blue or grey coloring in diamonds.
Actually, blue is a second rarest diamond color, down only below rareness of the natural red diamonds. And they will range in the shade from crystal blue of the winter sky to intense gray-blue for an ocean, as well as lend themselves to both silver and yellow gold settings. When purchasing the blue diamond, cloudy stones or dull looking must be avoided, because the darker its colour blue, better will be the quality. Remember that most of the blue diamonds obtainable right now are all manmade.