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Christmas is right around the corner and if you are looking to buy that special someone jewelery – (hint, hint honey if you are reading this) you should think about fancy yellow diamonds. Although the faint yellow in white diamonds is not desirable, fancy intense yellow is sought after. In the world of diamonds, colored diamonds stand out in their unique dazzling beauty, deep-reaching hues, and eye catching rarity. Within the range of rare colored diamonds (only 1 carat out of every 10,000 carats mined is a natural fancy color diamond), the yellow diamond has gained tremendous popularity because of its beautiful shine and its relatively affordable prices.
For someone looking for an affordable introduction into the world of fancy color diamonds, fancy yellow diamonds, or canary diamonds as they are often called, are the perfect alternative.
You can buy yellows in various shades from lemon yellow to taxicab yellow. The best pure yellow or orangish yellow will be called “fancy intense” or “fancy vivid” yellow on the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) grading report. These diamonds are rare and expensive. Slightly below these stones are the fancy yellows. These stones are more affordable but still quite yellow and more importantly I still like them.
GIA Fancy Vivid Yellow Diamond
GIA Fancy Intense Yellow Diamond
GIA Fancy Yellow Diamond
GIA Fancy Deep Brownish Yellow Diamond
GIA Fancy green Yellow Diamond
GIA Fancy Deep Brownish Orangy Yellow Diamond
Many couples are actually opting to get the Fancy yellow diamonds for engagement rings. (Paris Hilton had even received one from the Billionaire Paris Lastis) Not only are they beautiful but
the diamonds are an investment. With the financial collapse of 2008 more people are wanting to invest in gold, silver, and diamonds.
Diamonds are wonderful because you can actually use and enjoy them. You can buy them in a variety of colors, cut, and clarity.