“D” coloured diamond, fancy oval cut, 1.01 carat, GIA-certified.

IN DANISH: Diamanter, der er fuldstændig hvide – uden det mindste strejf af grå, brun eller gul – er uhyre sjældne. Særligt i de højere carat-størrelser. De fleste kan ikke se forskel på en “D” diamant og en “G” diamant. Specielt ikke, når diamanten er fattet i metal. Men enkelte, meget farve-sensitive kan. Og de vil måske endda finde stor tilfredsstillelse ved at beundre den smukke hvide farve, sprød som nyfalden sne.

Men prisen ændrer sig meget i forhold til, hvilken GIA farvekvalitet en diamant har. Forskellen imellem en “G” diamant og en “H” er for eksempel 10%. Den ypperste klarhedsgrad “D” er for kunder uden de store budgetrestriktioner.

Vores kunder har altid adgang til “D” diamanter med GIA-certifikat. Fotoet er IKKE et idealiseret modelfoto, men en faktisk diamant fra en af vores leverandører.

IN ENGLISH: Diamonds that are completely colourless – with no hints of grey, brown or yellow in any form – are extremely rare. Especially in larger carat weights. Most people would not be able to detect the difference between a “D” colour diamond and a “G” colour diamond, especially not, when the diamond is mounted in a setting. However, if you are highly colour-sensitive, there is a chance, you can… And you would most likely find immense pleasure in the stunning white colour, crisp as snow.

But the price between one GIA colour grade and another differs significantly. The difference between a “G” colour diamond and an “H” is 10%. The highest colour grade “D” is for clients without too many budget contraints.

We have access to natural white “D” diamonds, with GIA certificate. The photo is not a sample photo, but an actual diamond, available at one of our suppliers.

Enquire at contact@betseysook.com.