Gems & Gemology Vol. 54 Issue 1 (Spring 2018)

Author : Gemological Institute of America

Colored by atomic-level defect arrangments, natural-color green diamonds are among the rarest gemstones found on Earth. The cover photo showcases diamonds that display a range of green hues. The diamonds in the rings (clockwise from top) are a 4.17 ct Fancy Vivid yellowish green, a 10.18 ct Fancy Intense yellow-green, and a 3.88 ct Fancy Vivid green, respectively. The unmounted diamonds in the top row are a 1.42 ct Fancy Vivid bluish green, a 1.01 ct Fancy Vivid yellowish green, and a 2.06 ct Fancy Vivid green-blue. In the bottom row are a 0.55 ct Fancy Vivid green and a 0.55 ct Fancy Vivid bluish green. Photo by Robert Weldon/GIA, courtesy of Optimum Diamonds.

Issued Date : 07 Apr 2020
Page : 115
Publisher : Gemological Institute of America Inc. (GIA)
Category : Gems & Gemology
Available : Unlimited

MARC INFORMATION

245 a : Title 
Gems & Gemology Vol. 54 Issue 1 (Spring 2018) 
520 a : Description 
Colored by atomic-level defect arrangments, natural-color green diamonds are among the rarest gemstones found on Earth. The cover photo showcases diamonds that display a range of green hues. The diamonds in the rings (clockwise from top) are a 4.17 ct Fancy Vivid yellowish green, a 10.18 ct Fancy Intense yellow-green, and a 3.88 ct Fancy Vivid green, respectively. The unmounted diamonds in the top row are a 1.42 ct Fancy Vivid bluish green, a 1.01 ct Fancy Vivid yellowish green, and a 2.06 ct Fancy Vivid green-blue. In the bottom row are a 0.55 ct Fancy Vivid green and a 0.55 ct Fancy Vivid bluish green. Photo by Robert Weldon/GIA, courtesy of Optimum Diamonds. 
300 a : Total pages 
115 
020 a : ISSN 
0016-626X 
260 b : Name of publisher 
Gemological Institute of America Inc. (GIA) 
050 b : Published Year 
2018 

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