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Diamond Color

Color

The color of a diamond is typically described as being “colorless,” although some diamonds may have a slight tint of yellow or brown. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) grades the color of diamonds on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown).

Different Colors in Diamond

Colorless

D | E | F

Diamonds that are graded D are completely colorless, while diamonds that are graded E and F have just a hint of color that is visible only under magnification. Because of their rarity and beauty, colorless diamonds are in high demand and command premium prices in the diamond market.

Near Colorless

G | H | I | J

Diamonds that are graded G, H, I, or are considered “near colorless.” These diamonds have a slightly visible color tint, but it is still difficult to detect with the naked eye. The color tint may be yellow, brown, or gray, depending on the diamond’s composition and the lighting conditions.

Faint

K | L | M

Diamonds that are graded K, L, or M are considered “faint.” These diamonds have a noticeable color tint, usually yellow or brown, that is visible to the naked eye. While they are not as valuable as colorless or near colorless diamonds, faint diamonds can still be beautiful.

Very Light

N | O | P | Q | R

Diamonds that are graded N, O, P, Q, or R are considered “very light.” These diamonds have a more noticeable color tint than faint diamonds, with a yellow or brown hue that is visible to the naked eye. While they are less valuable than higher-grade diamonds.

Light

S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Diamonds that are graded S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, or Z are considered “light.” These diamonds have a prominent color tint that is easily visible to the naked eye, with a yellow, brown, or gray hue. While they are less valuable than higher-grade diamonds.