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Champagne Colour Diamond Jewelry 

Do you know what champagne diamonds are? Would you be interested in purchasing champagne colour diamond jewelry? This article will provide you with all the information you need. You will see how beautiful champagne jewelry is, and also, we will be providing you with complete information on champagne diamonds in this article.

It is well known that our brand loves the unconventional, the uncommon, and the avant-garde, which is why it's no surprise that we're over the moon about the champagne diamond, the effervescent classic we all love. There are a few golden diamonds that you may have heard about, or you may not have heard of, but we are here to toast the beauty of these under-hyped gold diamonds.

The following is all the information you need to know about the stone with all the characters! If you are thinking about selecting your engagement ring or the next amazing statement ring to add to your collection, we hope that you will consider this incredibly beautiful and unique option.

What is a champagne-colored diamond?

In the world of diamonds, champagne diamonds are a type of colored diamond with a yellowish-brown tint. This diamond is similar to the color and bubbly style of champagne. Buying an engagement ring with these fancy diamonds is usually a great way to celebrate a lifelong journey with your soulmate.

As with other colored diamonds, fancy brown diamonds, when set into engagement rings or other champagne diamond jewelry pieces like those available from Leibish & Co., provide a gorgeous look. Unique pieces have a lot of personality because of their eye-catching colors. The color of diamonds is due to traces of other elements incorporated into the crystal structure of the diamonds. The color of champagne diamonds is due to nitrogen trapped inside the crystal structure during their formation. The more nitrogen that is trapped inside the crystal structure, the more intense the color will be.

It is not uncommon for champagne diamonds to be referred to as cognac diamonds. The value of colorless diamonds tends to decrease with increased tint, while champagne diamonds are typically sought out for their beautiful, natural coloring. It is also common for champagne diamonds to be marketed as chocolate diamonds. As a result of its beautiful appearance,  Champagne colour diamond jewelry is a popular choice among women. 

How are champagne diamonds formed?

Colorless diamonds are made of pure carbon, while colored diamonds, such as champagne, are made up of carbon together with another element. Champagne diamonds, specifically, are formed by the combination of carbon and trace amounts of nitrogen. With an increase in the nitrogen level, the champagne hue intensifies.

In addition to extra elements, colored diamonds can also be achieved by slight defects in the crystal lattice of the stone. Due to these defects, diamonds are able to transmit and absorb wavelengths of light more selectively, resulting in the change of the color of the diamond to the observer.  

Where Do Champagne Diamonds Come From?

Diamonds, including champagne diamonds, are formed and mined in many parts of the world, including Australia, Siberia, and Africa. One of the world's largest champagne diamond mines is the Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia, where other colored diamonds, including pink diamonds, are also mined.

For billions of years, champagne diamonds have been formed with traces of nitrogen in the crystal, which gives them their signature color. In addition to the compression and heat involved, the formation of these unique gemstones is also a result of their compression.

As with white diamonds, champagne diamonds also rank 10 on the Mohs Scale of Hardness, making them one of the most durable stones in the world. As a result, champagne colour diamond jewelry is incredibly durable, and it is great for everyday wear.

 Why do we love Champagne colour diamond jewelry?

In the last few years, there has been an increase in the demand for champagne-colored diamonds. There are several reasons for this.

A balance between color and hardness.

Diamonds are ranked 10 on the MOH's hardness scale, the hardest substance on Earth, and the most durable material for jewelry with a high value. On the other hand, gemstones that are colored, such as sapphires, rubies, or amber, fall much lower on the scale of hardness. This is why many color lovers still prefer diamonds over colored gemstones.

It is in this way that colored diamonds have an appeal to them - they combine the beauty of colored gemstones with the everlasting hardness of diamonds.

Sunshine stones

Champagne diamonds are known for their warm, subtly golden ambiance, which makes them distinguished from white diamonds due to their crystal clear, colorless appearance.

In addition, when combined with yellow or peach gold, this gilded, sun-bathed vibe only intensifies further. In addition, when used in jewelry, it gives it an even more stunning appearance. Due to the fact that champagne colour diamond jewelry is adorned with sparkling stones, this kind of jewelry is very much in demand today.

More Unique

The majority of the world is still fixated on the absence of color, but champagne diamonds are a more unique, more distinctive choice for those of us people who enjoy taking the path less traveled. A champagne diamond is characterized by the endless color variations it exhibits, which makes each stone a true original.

Champagne colour diamond jewelry is less expensive.

The price of champagne-colored diamond jewelry is less than that of their more popular colorless cousins. If, on the other hand, you love their unique hue, that means you can get more diamonds for your money.

The fact that champagne diamonds sell for less means that emerging and independent designers who are unable to afford the ultra-high price of white diamonds can make unique designs using cheaper, yet equally stunning, champagne diamonds.

Earth-friendly

When it comes to sourcing colorless white diamonds, mining companies only use a very small percentage of what they find, discarding the rest as waste or using them for industrial purposes.

In the past, champagne diamonds would have been among these stones that were discarded. Today, these alternative diamonds are being celebrated instead of being discarded. The first step towards sustainability is to reduce waste and make the most of all the precious resources we have extracted from the earth. As well as celebrating the unusual, we believe in breaking away from the narrow perception of beauty that has been established over time. To us, the alternative, the interesting, and the original—that's the beauty of the world.

Ethically sourced 

In order to ensure conflict-free sourcing of all Gem Breakfast stones, each and everyone undergoes a thorough vetting process. We have very good relationships with all of our suppliers and only do business with people who are of the highest ethical and quality standards. Our diamonds are of the highest quality, as are all of our other gemstones.  

Champagne Diamonds: What You Need to Know.

As with colorless diamonds, the beauty and value of champagne diamonds differ greatly, just as they do with colorless diamonds. The main features to consider when selecting a diamond are color, cut, clarity, carat weight, and shape.

The best champagne diamond to choose is one that comes with a gemological certificate from the GIA or AGS, so you have lab verification of the diamond's features and qualities.

Color

The intensity and shade of a diamond's color are indicative of how beautiful and expensive the stone is, as is the case with all fancy diamonds. In terms of color, Champagne diamonds range from light brown to dark brown and often carry a secondary hue, such as orange or yellow.  Although color preference is a matter of personal taste, the richer the color, the less common and more expensive the stone will be.

The three main factors considered by gemologists when grading champagne diamonds are:

* Hue: This value indicates the visible color of the stone.

* Tone: This indicates how dark the color is

* Saturation: Indicates the intensity of a color

The scale will look slightly different if your diamond is graded by the GIA (which we recommend). It is important to know that the GIA does not use the word 'champagne' on a grading report. Depending on how you describe the color, it could be described as a fancy dark brown, a fancy yellowish-brown, or something similar.

When choosing a diamond that is on the lighter end of the scale with a yellow tint, you are likely to see the following color grades from the GIA:

* Very Light Yellow or Light Yellow (N-V)

* Light Yellow: W-Z

For a second opinion on a champagne diamond's quality, we recommend reaching out to our experts. Identifying a bad purchase in advance is better than waiting for it to be too late.

Cut

It is the cut of a diamond that determines how much brilliance and fire the stone gives off. In other words, the quality of the cut affects how sparkly the diamond appears. The better the cut, the more beautiful it will be, and, typically, the more expensive it will be.

As with colorless diamonds, champagne-colored stones don't have standard cut options as colorless diamonds do. As an example, you can choose to go with an "ideal" cut for a white diamond, but not for a champagne diamond. At the end of the day, it is the diamond cutter's job to maximize the individual diamond for the unique combination of color, clarity, and brilliance.

With darker champagne stones such as these from Leibish & Co., brilliance plays less of a role as the white light reflection is less evident. For these diamonds, it is important to consider how the cut impacts the color intensity of the diamond. It's considered a better cut if the diamond appears richer in hue as a result of the diamond's cut. On the other hand, a poorly cut champagne diamond may appear uneven in color, or may not display any brilliance or sparkle at all, which leads the stone to appear dull and lackluster. In order to use this diamond on Champagne colour diamond jewelry, one must keep this point in mind.

Clarity

Clarity refers to the degree to which a diamond is free of blemishes and inclusions. There is no doubt that the fewer flaws a stone has, the more beautiful and valuable it will be. For this reason, we recommend that you look for an eye-clean diamond when evaluating its clarity. It is important to note that blemishes and inclusions should not be visible to the naked eye.

Shape

It is possible to cut diamonds into a variety of shapes. The type of shape you choose completely depends on your personal taste. It is important to choose a shape that reflects the style and personality of the wearer. The Champagne diamond colour jewelry can be found in a variety of shapes, ranging from emerald and oval-shaped to round and cushion-cut shapes.

Rarity and Champagne Diamonds' Cost

Diamonds from Champagne are rare and expensive. Nevertheless, they are less rare than other colorless and colored diamonds when compared to other diamonds. Due to the fact that they are rarer, they are also less expensive than others. There is a difference in price between yellow canary diamonds and cognac diamonds, despite the fact that both diamonds have the same color.

The carat weight, color intensity, and clarity of the precious stone are other factors that contribute to its price. In other words, the higher the value of these factors, the higher the price of the precious stone. In addition, there is the Argyle mine, where a large percentage of the stone comes from. There has been an increase in the price of gems since the demand is directly related to the supply. Currently, the price of champagne diamonds is also increasing as a result of their increasing popularity. Despite this, most champagne diamonds can still be found in different stores at competitive prices.

Reason to celebrate champagne diamond 

In the iconic scene from the 1953 film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Marilyn Monroe sang, "Diamonds are a girl's best friend."  I suppose we could be a bit more specific about this "best friend," and tell you that champagne diamonds are a girl's best friend.     

And here are three reasons why:

The versatility of Champagne diamonds is matchless.

You can create any look with champagne colour diamond jewelry if that is what you want because the neutral and timeless tone allows you to go from classy to sexy with this jewelry. The person who said that brown is boring will be in for a surprise as brown has a range of shades that are both complex and beautiful.  

Depending on the intensity of color, fancy brown-colored diamonds may be called Champagne - a light brown coloration), Cognac, or Chocolate, depending on the depth of color. Thus, you will never see the word "champagne" on a GIA (Gemological Institute of America) grading report. It is more appropriate to describe the color as - fancy light yellow-brown," "fancy yellowish-brown," or a similar phrase indicating the hue and intensity of the color. The hue of diamonds is due to structural distortions in the diamond lattice that alter their absorption of light. Consequently, they generally exhibit a hint of greenish, yellowish, or orange, It's the hottest color in fashion trends.

In fashion trends, it's the hottest color.  

A champagne diamond ring spotted on Rihanna's wedding finger when she was out and about in New York City fostered a rumor that she was engaged. Having been one of the most influential fashionistas in the world, all attention was focused on her choice of the rumored "engagement ring," 

which showed off a diamond with the hottest color. That's right, the diamond is champagne colored. A few weeks ago, French Vogue published an article titled "How to Wear Champagne Diamonds à la Rihanna", claiming that champagne colour diamond jewelry is "right on trend" and advising the readers on ten ways to wear them.

It is unbeatable in terms of value and affordability. 

It is no secret that champagne diamonds have a lasting allure that goes beyond Hollywood's leading ladies.  During the past few years, collectors and investors alike have been paying close attention to the massive appeal and popularity of champagne diamonds. In addition, despite the luxury and elegance they exude, these diamonds are surprisingly affordable compared to other natural-colored diamonds, such as pink or blue diamonds. But this is just for now.

Since champagne diamonds have been widely anticipated to be the next pink diamonds in the coming years, and since the Argyle mine, which supplies 90% of the pink diamonds and champagne diamonds, is expected to close in 2020, the value of champagne diamonds is only expected to increase in the near future.    

Champagne colour diamond jewelry gives good reason to celebrate, whether it's the lucrative prospect or the subtle yet intricate hues of different browns.  However, you should be cautious since many jewelers use the term "champagne" to market low-quality diamonds in a way that is more attractive. It is extremely important that you purchase a diamond with a gemological certificate in order to guarantee the stone's color and value.

How do I pick my Champagne colour diamond jewelry?

In terms of diamond jewelry, the decision is often simpler than you think - choose the type of stone that you are in love with. What makes diamond rings so special is that they are truly unrepeatable and can only be created at the time of formation, making them indispensable to those who wear them. 

This is definitely a classic in the Goldia collection! Due to their subtle color, champagne diamonds are also a good choice for a stone because they can hide inclusions that may otherwise be visible in colorless diamonds. It is true that choosing the perfect engagement ring can be one of the most memorable moments of one's life, and it is our sincere hope that when the time comes for you to begin looking for that perfect piece of jewelry, you will consider a Champagne Diamond ring. Do not forget that these diamonds are

 completely unique-and the forever ring shouldn't be any different! Here you can discover your dream champagne diamond ring.

Champagne Colour Diamond Jewelry

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