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Guaranteed profitability and glamour

Guaranteed profitability and glamourThe buying of diamonds or any other precious stones has become the most interesting alternative for investment latterly. It is an option where annual revaluation comes together with the fact that it is the most glamourous investment on the market. Historical data for the last 15 years show us they are an asset which never fall in value. Economic data reflect that colorless diamonds have experienced an annual revaluation between a 3% and a 6%.

Shortage and large exploitation monopolies of colorless diamond mines have caused that it can be possible to get a bigger capital gain with color diamonds, emeralds and rubies. Prices of these pieces are obtaining a revaluation between a 10% and a 15%. Color diamonds are especially interesting, like pink or gray ones.

The ways to invest in these wonderful stones is diverse: set or not. The fact of being set does not make them lose their value at all, adding the pleasure of wearing them and investing in the noble material they are set in (gold, platinum...).

Cuttings

Cuttings

Colors and occasions

There is a large variety of colors with a series of characteristics and moments to wear them.

Colors and occasions

PURITY

  • FL. (Flawless). Without marks nor inclusions with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • IF. (Intenally Flawless). Without visible inclusions with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • VVS1. (Very Very Small 1). Tiny hardly perceptible inclusions with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • VVS2. (Very Very Small 2). Tiny hardly perceptible inclusions with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • VS1. (Very Small 1). Very small inclusions detectable with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • VS2. (Very Small 2). Very small inclusions detectable with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • SI1. (Small Inclusions 1). Small inclusions detectable by a experienced gemolgist with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • SI2. (Small Inclusions 2). Small inclusions detectable by a experienced gemolgist with a 10x magnifying glass.
  • SI3. (Small Inclusions 3). Inclusions detectable to the naked eye.
  • P1. (Inclusions 1). Inclusions detectable to the naked eye which may affect brilliance and transparency of the diamond.
  • P2. (Inclusions 2). Inclusions detectable to the naked eye which may affect brilliance and transparency of the diamond.
  • P3. (Inclusions 3). Inclusions detectable to the naked eye which may affect brilliance and transparency of the diamond.

PURITY

COLOR CHART

  • D. Best color degree, for the whitest diamonds.
  • E. Tiny color traces detectable by a experienced gemolgist.
  • F. Small color traces detectable by a experienced gemolgist.
  • G y H. White with color traces, detectable only with a better grade diamond and by a experienced gemologist.
  • I. White with color traces, hardly perceptible to the naked eye.
  • J. Diamonds with an excellente price-quality rate.
  • K, L y M. Slight shade of color. Diamonds with best price-size rate.

COLOR CHART

KARATS AND SIZE CONVERSION

KARATS