Violet Diamonds

Pure violet diamonds, which are so rare as to be almost non-existent, were created by the existence of hydrogen in the diamond’s crystal lattice.
Fancy violet diamonds are an extremely rare member of the purple diamond family, which frequently come with gray or blue as secondary colors. In the past decade or so, pure purple and violet diamonds have become highly sought after by both collectors and investors.

There are very few violet diamonds with a single, pure color and others exist with Grey, Greyish, and Bluish secondary hues.
Depending on the color combination of the stone, they have Fancy, Fancy Intense, Fancy Deep and Fancy Dark intensity grades.


Natural red diamonds are the rarest of all natural color stones. So much so that fewer than 10 such diamonds are produced annually in the whole world.


Looking to create a spectacular piece of natural colored diamond jewelry? Contact Shelley & Co for advice and how we can find the exact diamonds that you require for elegant jewelry.

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