A fancy pink purple diamond is less expensive than a fancy deep pinkish purple diamond.
Purple diamonds are often formed with a secondary hue of pink or brown and are rarely found in their pure color. Their color intensity varies from light to deep, intense and vivid. These are named according to their color variations and are also known as grape diamonds, orchid diamonds, Lilac diamonds, Mauve diamonds, Lavender diamonds, and plum diamonds
|Price Details||A fancy pink purple diamond is less expensive than a fancy deep pinkish purple diamond.|
|Is it Natural||yes|
|Availability||A little rare|
|Formula Mass.||12.01 g/mol|
- In earlier times only royal families used to wear this diamond as its color is associated with honor and royalty.
- True natural purple diamonds account for only about 1% of all the diamonds mined from Serbia, Canada and Australia.
- The highest priced per carat colored diamond was $926.315 for a 0.95 carat fancy Purplish Red stone sold at Christies Auction House in 1987.