By Erika Knight
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Qxd:Layout 1 6/12/08 10:41 AM Page 3 1 Chapter The 4 Cs The Hope Diamond One of the most famous diamonds in history, the Hope diamond, came from India and weighed 112 3/16 carats when it was acquired around 1642 by French merchant Jean Baptiste Tavernier, who was struck by its “beautiful violet” color. He sold it to the King of France, Louis XIV, who had it recut to a 67 1/8 carat stone. S. 8 carat Star of the East diamond, in 1949. In 1958, Winston donated the Hope diamond to the Smithsonian Institution, where it quickly became a star attraction.
Some diamonds glow in different colors under UV light, and the general rule is to avoid them. If you put a diamond under UV light and it glows strong blue, the diamond may look dull in sunlight. Diamonds with strong fluorescence may be worth up to 20 percent less than diamonds that do not fluoresce. Faint fluorescence that doesn’t fog the diamond is okay. ” Yellow diamonds are worth less than white diamonds, but they still have value. And if a diamond contains so much nitrogen that it’s very bright yellow, it can be worth quite a bit.
I can honestly tell you I’ve never met a VS diamond I didn’t like. So where’s the answer? The answer is in the color. ” In the spring of 1999, a wonderful gemological color-grading device hit the market. What I’m talking about is the Gran Fall Spectrum Colorimeter DC2000fs by Gem Instruments. For the first time, we can actually prove that not all Hs, Gs, or Fs are created equal. This new colorimeter is so precise that we can actually break down each color grade into five color types. For example, instead of asking someone what color a diamond is, we should ask what its color and type is.
Beads and Buttons by Erika Knight