I can understand how some ladies might want a colored diamond like a pink diamond for instance. Let’s face it: she’s going to wear that ring for the rest of her life so of course, she wants it to say something about her, who she is, etc. Hey, if you’re eyes are rolling right now and you’re muttering ‘Yeah, chicks…’ No, that’s the wrong attitude. I intend to drive my truck for a long time so guess what? I painted it hunter green, not pink. Color is important.
However, since only one in every 10, 000 diamonds possess natural color, we know, going in, that these diamond will have a higher cost.
To keep the price down, always return to the 4-C’s: Color, Carat, Cut, and Clarity.
Naturally, a colored diamond whether a pink diamond or black diamond will be the main focus of your purchase, it’s deepness, the intensity. The first question you have to ask yourself is do you want a naturally colored diamond or one that is artificially colored? Yes, a pink diamond is damn beautiful though!