Natural Black Diamonds have become the one of the highest selling diamonds because of its affordability and unique look. Must be the mystery of the color black or say its power of black the unknown.
BEFORE YOU BUY NATURAL BLACK DIAMONDS, YOU MUST DO THE FOLLOWING:
Learn about black diamonds. There are dearth of resources available to learn all about natural black diamonds. Real Black diamonds are crystallized carbon, just like regular any other diamonds. Either the color black occurs due to dark inclusions, or due to changes in a white high filled diamonds due to high temperatures or radiation.
A natural black diamond is quite rare and naturally very expensive stone. Most natural black diamonds occur as irregular black masses called carbonados. (Portuguese for black). Most black diamonds in the market today are treated. Treatment of gemstones is a process that dates back to several centuries. In fact, were it not for these, we wouldn’t know our gemstones as we do.
Black diamonds are treated (heated or irradiated) to achieve that uniformity of black color. This is the norm of the industry and you must know it, so long as you are not buying a black diamond believing it to be a natural black diamond. Those command astonishingly high prices.
What features to look for. A good cut, a smooth surface and a rich color is the minimum requirement of quality natural black diamonds. Even if treated, a black diamond is very much a real diamond 100% natural, treated although.
Learn the Four C’s of the diamond. The Four C's is the commen language of natural diamonds and All diamonds are evaluated on the basis of Cut, Color, Clarity, and Carat Weight. Black diamonds are no exception. Black diamonds can be single cut (16 facets) or brilliant cut (57 facets) or may be Fancy shape. Minimum requirement is that The surfaces should be smooth, Color should be evenly distributed. Clarity refers to presence of inclusions or flaws. Grades are AAA, AA+, AA, A, and I1 with AAA being the best. A black diamond should have a glossy, sparkling surface. Carat is the weight of a diamond. Since the density of a natural black diamond is greater, a one carat black diamond will appear smaller than a one carat white diamond.
A great number of black diamonds sold on today’s market are not real or genuine. They are treated stones or simply dark brown or very dark green diamonds. What’s a real stone? It is difficult to cut and can be much more brittle than other diamonds.
KNOW THE TERMS PROPERLY. Beware of misleading ads. Go for terms that say untreated or GIA certified. Fancy natural black is untreated. When an unusual color is an asset in a diamond, the term ‘fancy’ is used. but with Treatment we can not use this term. and more over what is termed as Untreated are mostly bit cheper. and GIA means its sure quality and higher priced. GIA certification itself cost too much so stone price is higher
Compare diamond prices. If you are going to buy natural black diamonds online then do a search on different websites to see what black diamonds are listed and simply compare prices. Be aware that vendors can list the same stones on multiple websites, so please check their availability first. and i would be glad to say if you are going to buy the treated natural black diamonds, SURAT is the place to hunt for as 90% of the worlds diamonds are cut and polished here. and there are many black diamond manufacturers are there who are cutting and polishing factories
100% natural earth mined black diamond will might cost couple of thousands US dollars, but treated black diamond will be available at couple of hundred dollars a carat. its up to your pocket to take the decision
Check the black diamond. In a fiber optic light, the edges of a black diamond will appear to have dark brown edges and that is what differentiate it.
In combination with white diamonds. A solitaire black diamond is more for a very strong personality. Combining black diamonds with white ones in a piece of jewelry becomes poetic and enhances the beauty of both the diamonds. Quite a balance between conventional and modern. so definitely say the power of black and white works here. thanks to Mr. Michael Jackson (song)
Cross Check the vendor’s references. Before buying a black diamond, there are a few things you must consider. To begin with, check vendor’s associations and credentials with public and professional organizations. Inquire about vendor’s credentials, if you didn’t manage to find them on the official website. Make sure you’ve checked the feedback from previous customers on the consumer forum who bought black diamonds and other natural diamonds.
Buying Black diamonds Online. Surprisingly, but buying black diamonds over the Internet is a rather pleasant experience that is what a little search over google or any search engine can tell you. A great variety of well-cut stones at the best prices can be easily found on the Internet. It is easier to buy online
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