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What Are Black Diamond & Types of Black Diamonds

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Black is one of the most dominant colors when it comes to a person’s choice as to what color they want a specific item or product to be. Black prevails all, this dominance and preference of black over other colors can be seen reaching the area of the jewelry industry. The industry which ran on the sale of gold, silver, platinum, and diamonds is now seeing Black Diamonds attain more limelight and popularity.

The purchase of Black Diamonds over other types of diamonds and highly compressed carbonated stones have seen an upcoming rise. This rise in the sale may be due to the reason, of people finding black diamonds more elegant and classy.

These black diamonds are now becoming popular among teenagers and the youth, as these black diamond gems tend to appear very simple yet out of the ordinary. Black diamonds are also striving to become more popular in as non-conventional engagement rings and other jewels.

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These black diamond gems are used to make splendid engagement rings, as they mainly are paired with a silver/platinum body, to give the best look. This design on its own is eye-candy for buyers and loved by many. The contrast provided by black diamonds is just extraordinary, as even a little bit of its presence tends to bring out the best of any jewelry.

This non-conventional jewel has had many misrepresentations due to which people were misinformed about it. People were kept in the dark and many believed that these black diamonds weren’t real diamonds and that they were just shiny stones. The originality, the way of manufacturing, the durability of these gems was put up to question. So, we are here to clarify and give you authentic information that will help you if you plan on buying black diamonds.

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The first question that many people go around asking is whether black diamonds are real or not? Well, the answer to that is certainly yes, black diamonds are real!

But it should be noted that there are many types of black diamonds:

    • Naturally occurring black diamonds
    • Man-made black diamonds
  • Treated black diamonds

There is a lot of difference between these types of black diamonds, but the main difference that occurs is the difference in a price range. Some black diamonds have alarmingly high rates in comparison to some other type of black diamonds.

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What are black diamonds?

This may sound like a very basic question, but if you go around asking people “What are black diamonds?” you will find a variety of different answers.

Black diamonds are referred to coal or a lump of coal, as they are also expensive and are very cost effective. So the term ‘black diamond’ is used as an informal term for a lump of coal.

Secondly, the black diamonds we are talking about are a dark opaque form of diamonds. The natural forms of these diamonds are known as ‘carbonados’ and these are referred to as the toughest form of diamonds. It is only after these diamonds are processed that they give shine, and give that dense black color. These diamonds are porous in nature and are not that easy to cut.

Black diamonds are not as rare as ‘pink diamonds’ or ‘yellow diamonds’, but they are also not as abundantly available. These colored diamonds get their color due to the presence of impurities in their composition. So black diamonds are diamonds that have such a great level of impurity spread throughout the stone in an equal manner that they simply appear black.

Types of Black Diamonds

So there are basically three varieties of black diamonds and three different price ranges. As we already mentioned above the natural form of black diamonds are called carbonados and are casually known as fancy black diamonds. The most preferred and searched diamonds are the man-made black diamonds, which are also the most expensive.

To help you understand better we have provided details down of type down below:

Natural Black Diamonds

The origin of these naturally occurring black diamonds is still put up for questioning and hasn’t been fully clarified until now. But it’s known to be an impure form polycrystalline diamond with a large number of impurities.

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While other natural color diamonds get their color due to the addition of impurities during the manufacturing process (addition of boron leads to the formation of blue diamonds), natural black diamonds are regular colorless white diamonds with high amounts of impurity present in them.

These natural black diamonds are found in countries like Brazil and the Central African Republic.

Treated Black Diamonds

There are regular white diamonds (or transparent diamonds, or colorless diamonds, whichever you prefer) which have a great number of inclusions present in them. These diamonds are low priced and are not used in making jewelry or other exquisite products. Rather these diamonds are approved and preferred to be used as industry-based diamonds.

So to produce black diamonds we treat these industry-based diamonds with the help of heat and irradiations. This treatment gives the regular white diamonds a black color look which in turn produces black diamonds.

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The treatment is done in such a way that, the diamond acquires a very dark green color that appears black to the eye.

These treated black diamonds are commonly called as ‘colorless treated black diamonds’ or ‘black colored diamonds’. As these black diamonds are formed by the treatment of low priced diamonds, these ‘treated black diamonds’ are one of the cheapest types of black diamonds available in the market.

Man-made Black Diamonds

These are one of the most expensive types of diamonds available in the market. These diamonds are also known as synthetic black diamonds or lab-grown black diamonds. These man-made diamonds are made by hi-tech companies and are synthetic diamonds. These diamonds have the same look and feel of a black diamond but as they are synthetically produced these tend to be more expensive.

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Another part of this type is known as ‘stimulant black diamond’, which are somewhat similar to regular black diamonds.

Many believe that the production of black diamonds synthetically is not very economically or profitable.

Are Black Diamonds Expensive?

The answer to this question depends on what reference are you asking. Because given the fact that black diamonds are gems they do tend to be expensive in reference to regular day-to-day products.

But to answer your question, it is yes and no.

Let us see how this is possible, if you were to take into consideration the price of treated black diamonds, they are cheaper than natural black diamonds. Now if you go online and search the price of a treated black diamond you can see it coming to be somewhat equal to $100-$200 per carat. This is just the price of the black diamond gem if you were to put it in a ring or pair it with other jewelry you might get a higher price.

Natural occurring diamonds are expensive, this may be due to the fact that they are polished, cut and processed to an extent to provide the best diamond shape possible. Other than that as natural occurring black diamonds are porous, it needs to be processed with precession to make sure the final product is smooth, rightly cut and not porous.

The price of a naturally occurring diamond can range from $2500-$3000 per carat, adding it to jewelry may cost even more.

Still with such high-prices, if you compare the rate per carat of a natural black diamond and a regular colorless white diamond, the colorless white diamond will turn out to be more expensive.

Conclusion

Well, that is all, we hope you found all of this information useful and helpful for you to purchase black diamonds. Some things to be taken care of while buying black diamonds is that take care the quality has not been compromised due to its big size. Make sure you check the smoothness and cut off the black diamond while purchasing because if there is even a little bit of irregularity it will be easily visible and the black diamond won’t give that graceful look you desire. Lastly, make sure that when you are buying such products as jewels or black diamonds that you check their originality and do not get confused or be fooled into buying something else.

If you were to ask for recommendations as to which type of black diamonds should you buy, well we would say that depends on your budget. If you have a low budget and want to get the best thing possible we say go for jewelry that is made out of  ‘treated black diamond’ as these are cheap, easily available. But if you want to spend a good amount of money and want the best quality black diamond or need it for a big occasion like an engagement we would recommend you go forward and buy jewelry containing ‘natural black diamonds’.

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