One of the many benefits of working for one of the premiere leaders in the Fancy Color Diamond industry is the opportunity to view some of the world’s rarest and most fantastic naturally produced stones. Although today these stones are made available even to the general public, many are not willing to pay the high prices since they can’t comprehend just how unique these diamonds really are. It is said that of 10,000 carats of colorless diamonds mined only one single carat qualifies as a Fancy Color Diamond. Of that small percentage of stones, producing colors like these is like finding a needle in an entire football field, while wearing a blindfold!
When these specific stones came in, they weren’t all immediately posted on our website. They were first offered to some of the collectors and diamond enthusiasts we have had the pleasure of dealing with over the years. Needless to say, they were happy to jump on the opportunity to be the proud new owner of these valuable, precious, investment worthy stones.
Some of the pieces shown in this article are so scarce that even those within the industry would be blown away by the colors found. Below are a few samples of some of the rarest fancy colored diamonds LEIBISH has had the pleasure selling over the past few years.
- The purple color is a combination of the stability of blue and the energy of red. Symbolizing power, nobility, and ambition, shades of this color are known to evoke nostalgic feelings.
Hence, we were delighted to present this 0.15 Carat, Fancy Intense Purple Diamond, Pear, VVS2 diamond. Its color and amazing face value was truly an exquisite gift.
0.15 Carat, Fancy Intense Purple Diamond, Pear, VVS2
- The Chameleon colored stone is the only diamond which is known to naturally change its color according to its environment. It isn’t actually a color, but as a result of its unique abilities it is still considered a class of its own. One of the most well known, absolute basic diamond characteristics is the fact that a diamond's color will never change. The Chameleon colored diamond is therefore considered extremely unique and individualistic.
This 2.21 Carat, Chameleon, Oval shaped Diamond with a VVS2 clarity grade has beautiful, mesmerizing fantastic color.
2.21 carat, Chameleon Diamond, Oval, VVS2
- Violet is quite similar to the fantastically feminine hue of purple. Only, it conveys a very romantic message with a strong luxurious look and feel. As a darker tone than your everyday purple, violet has a warm and embracing color. This 0.13 Carat, Fancy Intense Violet, Oval shaped Diamond is most likely one of the rarest diamonds LEIBISH has ever had.
0.13 Carat, Fancy Intense Violet Diamond, Oval
- This 0.07 Carat, Fancy Vivid Greenish Blue, Round shaped Diamond with a VS1 clarity grade has a color that is out of this world! The color saturation of this stone is exceptional with its mixture of deep green and vivid blue tones. This diamond is considered a dream colored stone for every collector of great colors.
0.07 Carat, Fancy Vivid Greenish Blue Diamond, Round, VS1
- This 0.50 Carat, Fancy Intense Purplish Pink, Round Diamond has an SI2 clarity grade. It is an original Argyle diamond with leaser inscription and Argyle certificate, which shows a 1PP Argyle color grading. The color saturation of the stone is nearly red, and it contains absolute outstanding color saturation. The purplish pink is an extremely passionate color that represents characteristics of desire and love.
0.50 Carat, Fancy Intense Purplish Pink-Argyle Diamond, Round, SI2
- One of the most dominant characteristics of fancy color diamonds is their extremely unique appearance. This stone specifically displays innocence, purity and virginity all while bringing a ‘calm’ to its admirer.
This 4.02 carat, Fancy White, Round shape diamond is a beautifully made stone with amazing color and make. Fancy White is a very unique color which is received due to multiple clouds inside the stone. The total milky appearance has a spectacular effect. Fancy White in these sizes are extremely rare. The diamond has an I1 clarity, but the low clarity grade is due to the clouds, not inclusions within the stone.
4.02 Carat, Fancy White Diamond, Round, I1
- This extremely passionate, innocent, and beautiful color creates the perfect setting of innocence. This diamond is the perfect stone for those looking to add a splash of glamour with a luxurious look while maintaining a modest appeal. A 0.55 Carat, Very Light Pink, Round shaped Diamond, with an SI2 clarity grade.
0.55 Carat, Very Light Pink Diamond, Round, SI2
- With their extremely feminine, passionate, and simply lovely appearance, Fancy Pink Diamonds have stolen the show of fancy color diamonds at the auction houses. This 4.08 carat, magnificent pink diamond ring with a radiant-cut, Fancy Pink, Internally Flawless center stone is a perfect example why. An outstanding diamond with perfect make and flawless appearance.
4.08 Carat, Fancy Pink Diamond Ring, Radiant, IF
- This 0.60 carat, Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond of a perfect Pear shape, has the finest pure blue material color. It is a true one of a kind gem with a fantastic shape and strong vivid color face up. The true symbol of trust, loyalty, wisdom, truth, and heaven.
0.60 Carat, Natural Fancy VIVID Blue Diamond, Pear, SI1
- Certain colors are specifically sought after by collectors and diamond enthusiast and this stone is a perfect example of which ones. This 0.70 carat, Pear-shaped, Fancy Vivid Orange GIA certified diamond with an SI2 clarity grade has a beautiful, flamboyant appearance. A lavish pure Pumpkin Orange color, with no modifier, in the finest shape, glittering with luster and life. The diamond is totally eye-clean and a must for any collector.
0.70 Carat, Fancy Vivid Orange Diamond, Pear. At the time this article was written, this is the only one of the collection that still remains in stock.
0.70 Carat, Fancy Vivid Orange Diamond, Pear
The diamonds displayed in this article are all 100% natural, one-of-a-kind fancy colored diamonds. Although they are all extremely valuable and therefore considered investment worthy diamonds, they will most likely not make it back to the market anytime soon. Collectors who manage to land their hands on pieces like these, are not often willing to let go all that easily.
Contributor: Benji Margolese