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The average person might take one look at a yellow diamond and dismiss it as ugly, but for the true connoisseur, a yellow diamond ring is the ultimate in stylish sophistication. In fact, naturally colored fancy yellow diamonds are so rare that most jewelers have not even seen one! But, the fact that yellow diamonds are considered extremely rare is not enough reason to consider buying a yellow diamond as an engagement ring. Read on to find out why…

Most of the world’s famous yellow diamonds come from South Africa. In fact, some of the world’s most revered yellow diamonds come from Africa. The Tiffany Yellow diamond is perhaps the most famous, a mammoth 287.42 carats of brilliant yellow diamond that was discovered in 1877. The world’s largest diamond, the Kimberly Octahedron is also naturally yellow.

The more yellow a diamond, the more valuable it is. A canary diamond is considered to be the most valuable. For diamond experts, a bright yellow stone is truly a thing of immense beauty. So if yellow diamonds are considered the epitome of brilliance, why is it that you shouldn’t buy a diamond ring?

To the untrained eye, a diamond looks dirty, fake and some even consider it to be ugly. Perhaps it has something to do with the many variations in color; both real and fake. No matter which alcoholic drink the clever salespeople want to name it, brown is brown. Maybe it has something to do with the many color-coated versions circulating; to the point that nobody believes that a yellow diamond is real. A true yellow diamond is a rare and valuable thing, it’s such a pity other people don’t see it that way!

Its one thing to have an acquired taste for something like aged scotch, but quite another to wear it on your finger daily! Although not everyone will readily admit to it, it is a lovely feeling to have your girlfriends ogling your beautiful diamond ring. Something that might be a little less likely if you are wearing some variation of brown. Instead of buying the woman in your life a yellow diamond engagement ring, consider buying a clear diamond as an engagement ring.

However, this doesn’t mean that a discerning diamond enthusiast shouldn’t have a diamond ring! If you are looking for a diamond ring, you should know some things before purchasing anything. You’ve probably heard about the four C’s when it comes to buying diamonds; color, clarity, cut and carat weight. One of the most important methods for grading the quality of diamonds is the quality of the color. There is a big difference between a bright diamond and a murky brown one!

Just because diamond rings are not a great engagement ring, doesn’t mean they are not a great investment. There is something about the right shade of yellow diamond that illuminates a woman like nothing else on earth. If it’s an engagement ring you are looking for, you would be much better off buying a clear diamond, symbolizing your feelings for her.

Source by Farah Najwa

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