Natural Grey diamonds come in different shapes and sizes. After the rough has been determined as natural grey, the cutter will decide which shape maximizes the rough and enables him to cut the perfect grey diamond.
There are many different shapes to cut a natural grey diamond: among them are Princess, Oval, Radiant, Cushion, Round, Pear, Marquise, Heart shaped, and also unique shapes such as Lozenge, Shield, Triangle, and Octagon.
Most of the natural loose grey diamonds are certified by one of the gemological institutes such as GIA (Gemological Institute of America), IGI Antwerp, or HRD.
Natural grey diamonds come in different shades and hues, which is what gives them their very unique color and face up.
Levels of color intensity are: Light Grey, Fancy Light Grey, Fancy Grey, Fancy Dark Grey, and Fancy Deep Grey.
Grey appears as a secondary color in most other diamonds, the most common are: Fancy Grey Green and Fancy Greyish Greenish Yellow. In chameleon diamonds, they are Fancy Deep Greyish Yellowish Green, and Fancy Dark Greyish Yellowish Green.
Grey also appears with blue diamonds – Fancy Blue Grey, Fancy Greyish Blue, in violet diamonds – Fancy Dark Violetish Grey, Fancy Grey Violet and even with pink and purple diamonds – Fancy Purplish Grey.
Natural grey diamonds are very popular due to their relativity low price and their strong color and face up.
Leibish & Co. are very proud of their wide selection of certified natural grey diamonds.
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