Wednesday, 29 July 2015

We are back up!

Our blog was down for a while but after making some corrections we are now back up!

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Yellow Diamonds Center

The Elizabeth White Yellow Diamond Center is a website that is all about endulging your mind, eyes and senses into the splendor that is Yellow Diamonds.

Thursday, 22 March 2012

More about Yellow Daimonds

Yellow Diamonds can vary in color. Here are a few examples: canary, yellow, orange yellow, mixed orange and yellow, brown yellow, intense yellow, vivid yellow, yellowish orange, greenish yellow, light yellow, yellowish green, light green yellow, vivid green yellow and more.

Green Yellow Diamond
Vivid Green Yellow Diamond

Much like some of the more famous of it's kind (The 375 carat Yellow Diamond from South Africa that was mined in 1901) this Yellow Diamond originaly came from a larger rough and un-cut stone, that was made into the brilliant cornered rectangle it is today. Many of these radiant special colored diamonds are cut in Amsterdam and GIA certified.

A little update on Yellow Diamonds

Although I prefer Yellow Diamonds to regular I also have a great Clear Diamond collection. Kind of like in the movies where you see a small bag full of clear diamonds. But I do not cherish them as much as the yellow ones. They are all about the same price, yellow or regular, depending on quality, brilliance, radiance and carat of course. The regular ones I just hold on to for the keeping. My Canary and Yellow Diamonds are special to me.

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Yellow Diamonds

The Yellow Diamond

My favorite Diamonds have to be the Fancy Yellow Diamonds for when it comes to Colored Diamonds I like mine as radiant as possible. By their nature Yellow Diamonds are found in South Africa and Australia with an amost glow in the dark natural brightness. After being cut the Yellow Diamond becomes even more brilliant.

Here is a photo of my favorite one. Just look at that Color. as if it were on fire.

Some large Yellow Diamonds that have been found over the years contain over 100 carat! Many different types of diamonds are found in mines and over the history of diamond mining, also many colored diamonds have been found. Many of them however lack the brilliance of naturally occuring Yellow Diamonds and may look just stained. One in about ten thousand true diamonds found on Mother Earth are as Brilliant as this one.