The price depends on factors such as the Clarity, Cut quality, Color and Shape of the diamond.
White diamonds are not graded according to the GIA’s standard D-to-Z color scale because they are not colorless; they are white. Since white is formed from all visible colors of the spectrum it is not on the color spectrum. These exclusive diamonds obtain their color from the presence of sub-microscopic inclusions which causes the light passing through the stone to scatter which gives it a translucent white color.
|Price||$4,400 - $7,600|
|Price Details||The price depends on factors such as the Clarity, Cut quality, Color and Shape of the diamond.|
|Is it Natural||Yes|
|Availability||A little rare|
|Formula Mass.||12.01 g/mol|
- White diamonds are sometimes described as “opalescent,” because of the color flashes that can be noticed while watching the diamond face-up.
- While colored diamonds get the most appreciation with increased hue these white ones are most valuable with clear appearance.
- White diamonds are not the same as colorless diamonds.