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COLOUR

D
D is the highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale, D colour graded diamonds are very very rarer and the most colourless or can be said diamonds and hence are the most expensive.
E
E is the second highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale, Difference between D and E is hardly noticeable to untrained eye. E colour graded diamonds are rarer and fall under the colourless category of diamond colour grading.
F
F is the next colour grade after E on the GIA diamond colour scale, Difference between E and F is hardly noticeable to untrained eye. F colour graded diamonds are rarer and fall under the colourless category of diamond colour grading.
G
G is the highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the nearly colourless category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded G mostly appear colourless when set to the unaided eye.
H
H colour in diamonds is the next to top in the near colourless category it's just were a very faint hint of yellow starts however they are great value for money.
I
I colour in diamonds is the third to top in the near colourless category it's just were a faint hint of yellow starts however they are great value for money.
J
J coloured diamonds is the best in price in the near colourless category.
K
K is the highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the Faint Colour category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded K mostly appear faint yellow when set to the unaided eye.
L
L is the second highest colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the Faint Colour category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded L mostly appear sightly yellow when set to the unaided eye.
M
M is the last colour grade on the GIA diamond colour scale in the Faint Colour category of diamond colour grading. The diamonds graded M mostly appear yellow when set to the unaided eye.
N
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
O
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
P
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
Q
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
R
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
S
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
T
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
U
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
V
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
W
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
X
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
Y
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.
Z
The GIA diamond colour grading scale begins with the letter D which represents absence of color, and continues with the increasing colour presence to the letter Z which represents visibly presence of colour. Each letter grade clearly defines the spectrum of colour appearance.

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