Pink Diamond

Gem-quality diamonds come in a multitude of colors, including some so rare that the phrase "one in a million" would exaggerate their numbers. Diamonds in the pink color range are not among the rarest of the rare. They're more common than, say, blue, purple, or red diamonds, but compared to fancy brown, orangey, and yellow diamonds—the most common fancy diamond colors—they're both rare and pricey. Most jewelry showcases display diamonds that range from colorless to those with a faint tint of yellow or brown (and sometimes gray). Most retail jewelers and consumers have been inundated with advertising urging them to look for diamonds with little or no color—colorless, ice-like diamonds. That's why most people still don't realize that diamonds occur in nature in all colors of the rainbow. But now the ads are changing, and jewelers and consumers are discovering the virtues of fancy co

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