Argyle Pink Diamonds

Pink diamonds are both rare and highly sought after – factors which provide a constant boost to prices. Indeed, prices have increased by a factor of 100 over the past 25 years. As a result, pink diamonds have become of increasing interest for mid- and long-term investors.

Green Diamonds

Gamma radiation to which certain diamonds were exposed during a period that could have lasted for several million years created natural green diamonds. The gamma radiation led to the displacement of atoms in the crystal structure of the stones. It has been known, although extremely rare, for the existence of hydrogen atoms to lead to a grayish-green color.


Natural red diamonds are the rarest of all natural color stones. So much so that fewer than 10 such diamonds are produced annually in the whole world.


Looking to create a spectacular piece of natural colored diamond jewelry? Contact Shelley & Co for advice and how we can find the exact diamonds that you require for elegant jewelry.

Blue Diamonds

Blue Diamonds have long been associated with kings and royalty, and have a vast history of importance as historical diamonds. They can contain one or a combination of shades of gray, green, and violet.

Yellow Diamonds

Yellow diamonds are among the most widespread of natural color diamonds. They usually have a good level of clarity. It is imperative to ensure that they have no large black inclusions, since these are easily spotted in yellow stones.

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