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Green Diamond
Green diamonds, when they are natural, are not only highly sought but very rare. The green diamonds in light hues are not of exceptional value, but the color grades known as "fancy intense" and "fancy vivid" green are quite valuable. The fancy vivid grade will usually be valued at twice the value of the fancy intense.

The most famous of the green diamond family is the Dresden Diamond which got its name from the German city where it had been on display from 1768 to 1942. It weighed in at 40.70 carats and has a vibrant green apple coloring that it got from coming into contact with some amount of radioactivity. It is cut in an irregular pear shaped, and like another famous diamond, The Hope Diamond, the Dresden Diamond has a colorful past. It is reported that the diamond was purchased in 1743 by Frederick Augustus II of Saxony for what would be today a mere $150,000.

Green diamonds have been discovered in Africa, South America, and Asia. A green diamond can be cut into any shape you desire, but it is important to note that the color will often change and lose intensity, when it is cut or when it is exposed to heat. Since natural green diamonds are so rare, Certificates of Authenticity usually bring their prices up considerably. The green diamond is sometimes called "the chameleon diamond" because it color can change so dramatically. It is the ratio of nitrogen atoms, which the diamond may or may not contain during their creation, that gives them their unusual hue, and accounts for their extreme rarity.

 


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