Color refers to how white (or colorless) a stone appears. The whiter the diamond, the more rare, beautiful, and valuable the stone. The grading scale for diamond color is between D (whitest) and Z (least white).
Colorless diamonds are very rare – only about 1 percent in the world qualify — and range from D, E, and F grade. Near-colorless stones ranging between G and J grade are also quite valuable.
Natural Color Diamonds occur in nature in a variety of stunning colors including yellow, blue, pink, orange, and green, and red. These rare and valuable diamonds are a miracle of nature. Bathed in mystique and an aura of sophistication unrivaled by any other gemstone, Natural Color Diamonds are the epitome of luxury.