Blue Diamonds


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Blue Diamonds
What exactly are Blue Diamonds? Diamonds can occur in nearly any color, though yellow and brown are by far the most common. The blue diamond is a member of the Carbon family and is the hardest substance known. The word Diamond is derived from the Greek word "adamas" which means "hardest metal" reflecting the property of the stone. Diamonds with a detectable hue, other than yellow or brown are known as colored diamonds. If the colour is strong enough, a stone may be referred to as a fancy colored diamond by the trade. There are Natural fancy color diamonds and Synthetic Color Diamonds. For more information on any of these subjects please refer to the Index.

Definition of Diamond Color
What is the Definition of a Blue Diamond? Colored diamonds contain impurities or structural defects that cause the coloration. The most common impurity, nitrogen, causes a slight to intense yellow coloration depending upon the concentration of nitrogen present. Natural blue diamonds contain the element boron (B) which changes the conductivity of the diamonds.

Symbolism & Meaning of Blue Diamonds
The traditional properties closely associated with diamonds  are action, passion, and energy. Jewelry containing diamonds are believed to enhance relationships, increasing inner strength and provide the wearer with balance, clarity and abundance. It is believed that wearing jewelry containing a diamond will focus the energies of the precious gemstone through the gem. The color blue has a Biblical meaning symbolizing heavenly grace.

Names of Famous & Rare Blue Diamonds:
The most famous blue diamond is the infamous Hope Diamond. The French Blue Diamond, which  became the Hope Diamond, was stolen in 1762 from the French Crown Jewels during the French Revolution. There are several other famous rare Blue diamonds including the Regent (Faint Blue), Hope, Wittelsbach, Sultan of Morocco, Blue Heart, Heart of Eternity and the Transvaal Blue.


Rare Blue Diamonds - The Blue Heart
This heart shape diamond weighs 30.82 metric carats and was cut by Atanik Ekyanan of Neuilly, Paris in 1909.

Rare Blue Diamonds - The Heart of Eternity
The Fancy Vivid Blue Heart of Eternity was found in the Premier Diamond Mine in South Africa. It measures 27.64 carats and was cut by the Steinmetz group, who owned the diamond before selling it to the De Beers Group.

Rare Blue Diamonds - The Transvaal Blue
The Transvaal Blue pear-shaped diamond weighs 25-carats. It was found in the Premier Mine, Transvaal, South Africa.

Blue Diamonds in Jewelry
Blue diamonds in jewelry are becoming extremely popular especially for engagement rings and as solitaires. Blue diamond earrings, bracelets, necklaces and of course engagement rings and eternity rings are the most popular types of jewelry. In 1477 Mary of Burgundy became the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring given to her by the Archduke Maximilian of Austria and the history and tradition of the engagement ring began.



Diamonds - Precious - Stone - Guide - Color - Facts - Information -Info - Jewelry - Jewellery
Properties - Rare - Famous - Jewel - Gem - Gemstone - Rare - Famous - Rare - Regent
Hope - Wittelsbach - Sultan of Morocco - Heart of Eternity - Transvaal

Blue Diamonds


Discover some fascinating information about Blue Diamonds

  • Facts and Information about Blue Diamonds
  • Useful Guide to Blue Diamonds
  • Use of Blue Diamonds in jewelry
  • Facts and Information
  • Symbolism & Meaning of Diamonds
  • Names of Famous & Rare Diamonds
  • The Regent
  • The Hope Diamond
  • The Wittelsbach
  • Heart of Eternity & the Transvaal
  • Guide to Blue Diamonds

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Feb 2017 Siteseen Ltd

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