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Rose & Chocolate Diamond Halo Engagement

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Rose & Chocolate Diamond Halo Engagement

CLOSEOUT HOLIDAY SPECIAL – PRICE DRASTICALLY REDUCED

14k rose gold  Rose & Chocolate diamond halo engagement ring.

1ct chocolate diamond with .37 cttw in the sides for 1.37 cttw

The color of natural chocolate diamonds is thought to be created by pressure surrounding them as they form, which causes irregular shapes in their molecular structure. Radiation can also affect the color, as can trace elements like nickel and nitrogen. Each of these three factors can be reproduced in a lab to create synthetic versions of these gems, which often have a deeper color than natural ones. The degree of pressure, radiation, or elements in the stone can cause color variations ranging from light brown to dark olive, leading chocolate diamonds to be generally categorized as champagne, honey, cinnamon, cognac, or clove.

Chocolate vs. Other Colors

The only difference between chocolate diamonds and others is the color — they all have the same strength, hardness, and other properties. The best chocolate diamonds have a naturally strong color and are very clear. Chocolate diamond imperfections that can only be seen through a jeweler’s loupe, if at all. The cut of the chocolate diamond is rated by its depth, width, with consistently uniform facets.

The carat (ct) weight of a gem is determined by its actual weight, with different numerical rankings being assigned for every 200 milligrams of weight.

14k rose gold  Rose & Chocolate diamond halo engagement ring.
1ct chocolate diamond with .37 cttw in the sides for 1.37 cttw

Additionally, if a person wants a true Chocolate Diamond™ instead of just a brown diamond, he or she should check with the jeweler.