What’s the rarest kind of diamond?


Diamond form in a variety of colors – from white to black, blue to green, and pink to purple – but the rarest color of all is red. Unlike with other colors (which are caused by chemical impurities), red diamonds result from a rare quirk in the carbon’s molecular structure. Red diamonds’ rarity makes them extremely valueable.

Basically, pure red diamonds do not exist or rather have not been found so far. The available ones are fancy purplish red or brownish red. The red color in combination with other high-quality 3Cs makes them priceless. The two famous red diamonds ever sold are the Moussaieff Redand the Hancock Red Diamond. These diamonds are among the most famous diamonds ever mined. The current value could be extraordinarily high.


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