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Pink Diamond Introduction

The formation of natural pink diamonds is relatively unique compared to other colored diamonds. It occurs through crystal variations that cause changes in the surrounding electrons, followed by the absorption and release of infrared energy, resulting in the color change.

Lab grown fancy pink diamonds derive their color through irradiation and low-temperature annealing. During the treatment process, N-V centers are formed, which primarily absorb yellow and orange-yellow light, giving the diamond a pink hue. This is the color source for most pink diamonds.

FAQs About Lab Grown Fancy Colored Diamonds

A: Many customers misunderstand that lab grown fancy colored diamonds, being grown under controlled conditions, have perfect color control and standardization. This is not correct. Cultured diamonds grow naturally in a synthetic environment, so each diamond is unique. Finding a cultured diamond with pure color requires large amount of luck.

While most people pay attention to fluorescence when purchasing diamonds (colorless diamonds), considering it as a factor that may lower their value, but when it comes to colored diamonds, fluorescence can sometimes be a positive attribute. Colored diamonds with fluorescence are often valued more because the fluorescence enhances the color's saturation. Therefore, diamonds with fluorescence can even be more popular in some cases.

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