A diamond's color has a significant impact on its appearance. With its many facets, a colorless diamond reflects light into a spectrum of hues, a characteristic often referred to as "fire". In a white diamond, the presence of a yellow tint will lower the price of a diamond. The less body color in a white diamond, the more true color it will reflect, and thus the greater its value.

  • D through F grade diamonds are completely colorless throughout.
  • G through J grade diamonds are near colorless, appearing colorless when looked at straight down, but the trained eye can note traces of color.
  • K through M grade diamonds are a faint yellow color, appearing colorless when looked at straight down, but larger stones will have a visible color throughout.
  • N through R grade diamonds are a very light yellow color.
  • S through Z grade diamonds are light yellow color, appearing so throughout, even to the untrained eye.

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