About Red Diamonds The four Cs in diamond appraisal are also known as "color van cleef & Arpels bracelet replica, cut, carat and clarity," as established by the Gemological Institute of America. This refers to the four categories that a diamond buyer must deliberate when he or she is investing in a purchase. A diamond is considered most valuable when it has no color, as noncolored diamonds are best able to reflect color around them. The least amount of color that a diamond has, the more valuable it is. Noncolored diamonds are graded from D to Z (with Z being light yellow, or colored). Colored diamonds are not graded in this way and are merely described based on their predominant hue, such as "red" or "reddish brown," if brown is the secondary color. These diamonds are, however, graded by intensity of color, and are priced accordingly, with stronger hues being more valuable. The terms used to describe these grades are: "Faint," "Very Light," "Fancy Light," "Fancy," "Fancy Intense," "Fancy Dark," "Fancy Deep" and "Fancy Vivid." The Moussaieff Red Diamond is the largest Fancy Red diamond in the world
van cleef & Arpels necklace imitation. It is a 5.11 carat, trillion cut owned by Moussaieff Jewellers, Ltd. of London; it was uncovered in Brazil in the 1990s. The original rough size was 13.90 carats (most large, show stopping uncolored diamonds are over 600 carats) imitation van cleef & Arpels bracelet diamond. The diamond is a deep red in the center, and a lighter red on the outside.
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