As a worldwide supplier of diamonds we do know this one truth: Not all diamonds are created equal! However, when people think about the differences between diamond it is typically limited to features such as cut, clarity, carat, and color. When it comes down to it, the diamond classification system separates diamonds on both the physical and chemical properties. It also evaluates the atomic makeup of the diamonds. And ultimately, only 20% of diamonds become used as gemstones.

For more information about diamonds and how we can help get you what you need, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions you may have about diamonds. The number for our office is 212-354-4060. When you reach out, we can go over the various details and price points for the diamonds you want.

Different Types of Supplier Diamonds

There is a full line of natural industrial diamonds out there. And here at Lieber & Solow, we are proud to be a supplier of all types of diamonds and get the customers exactly what they need. When it comes to types, there are many to choose from. Selecting a type of diamond informs a lot. So it is important to know what is out there and the differences between them.

In order that we can classify stones, the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) developed a uniform list of 12 main colors. As a trusted supplier of diamonds, we are well-acquainted with the different colors. Here are some of the different types of natural and industrial diamonds you will find.

White Diamonds

This is your standard diamond that you will see in use as wedding and engagement. You will find this diamond all over the world with different shapes and sizes.

Blue Diamonds

This is a very expensive diamond that is also very rare to find. However, in recent years there is a way to customize a blue fancy diamond. So they are now available is a wide range of shades.

Pink Champagne Diamonds

These diamonds are essentially just champagne diamonds that have a pink color that is secondary. And they display slight to bold flashes of light. However, due to these features, this sort of diamond commands a higher price than your regular champagne diamond.

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Yellow Diamonds

These diamonds also go by the name “canary diamonds.” You can find these diamonds in a range of shades from rich, bright canary colors to lighter yellow colors. But beware, the more yellow the diamond, the more expensive.

Orange Diamonds

Orange diamonds are energetic and vibrant and typically represent creativity and success. You can find these diamonds in fancy orange to vivid orange.

Purple diamonds

You can find these diamonds naturally. Most purple diamonds come from the mines in Australia. The actual color of a purple diamond ranges from very light lilac or near-pink to a deep and vivid color, but can also range from a pinkish-purple to one with a cooler blue tone.

Green Diamonds

This diamond can also be found naturally and likely originated in India. The green you see in diamonds is caused by exposure to radiation. This natural phenomenon occurs when diamonds come in close contact with radioactive uranium from rocks near the earth’s surface.

Synthetic Diamonds

Lastly we come to a synthetic diamond, which is exactly what it sounds like. A man-made diamond created in a lab. So they are not rare or valuable like real diamonds. However, they are still fairly expensive nonetheless.