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WCM553 - $60,000.00
0.20 carat 
Radiant Brilliant Cut
Fancy Pure RED
SI1 

 


Fancy RED 0.20 carat Radiant Brilliant Cut SI1 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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THE RAREST OF ALL FANCY COLORED DIAMONDS ........ Pure RED.  Don't be dissuaded by this extremely rare diamond's size; many diamonds in the 15 point to 30 point size range are highly collectible and desirable in the trade and at auction.  Many of the Pink, Violet, Purple, and Red diamonds sourced from the Argyle Mine in Australia are in this size range.  Usually, Red diamonds are found with Purplish or Pinkish hues as secondary modifiers, but this diamond is at the pinnacle of Red diamonds with no secondary color modifier in its grade.  Furthermore, Red diamonds are usually I1 or I2 in Clarity, so when you have a chance to acquire a Pure Red diamond in SI1 clarity, do so without reservations.  I have sold no less than 10 Fancy Purplish Red and Fancy Red diamonds over the last 7 years, and I can proudly say that my clients are the lucky ones to have them in their possession.  When the general populace comes to the eventual realization that the U.S. Dollar is going to be purposely devalued to attempt to keep things afloat around the globe, the prices of this extremely rare carbonic wonder in shades of Ruby are going to have already soared to dizzying heights.  A superb store of wealth in highly portable form.

 

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WCM555 - $28,000.00
0.16 carat 
Cushion Brilliant Cut
Fancy DEEP BLUE GREEN
SI2 

 


Fancy DEEP BLUE GREEN 0.16 carat Cushion Cut SI2 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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I have been telling prospective and existing clients for years now that this Aquamarine color in diamonds is exceedingly rare, but to date, have had little success in putting many in collections and portfolios.  It is not just my opinion, but the opinions of such colored diamond experts as Stephen Hofer.  So ..... the pricing on this deeply saturated Blue Green diamond has yet to reflect its true rarity in Nature and in colored diamond trading.  Once again, one is not to get concerned about the diminutive carat weight of this diamond; a large number of very desirable fancy colored diamond come in this pint-sized of a package.  I have shown the "tweezers shot" for this exquisite diamond to show just how much color it possesses even with the maximum amount of white light flowing through the rear pavilion facets to the top-down table view.  Remember that Deep color graded diamonds incorporate the element of Black to deepen the color on Mother Nature's color palette.  See the Vivid Blue Green diamond below to confirm this observation.  Told everyone about Pink diamonds some 7 years ago, and you have seen what their prices have done, 3x to 4x times appreciation.  Today I am reminding everyone about Blue Green or Aquamarine fancy colored diamonds.

 

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WCM556 - $43,500.00
0.29 carat 
Radiant Brilliant Cut
Fancy VIVID BLUE GREEN
SI1 

 


Fancy VIVID BLUE GREEN 0.29 carat Radiant Cut SI1 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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TO REPEAT MYSELF:  I have been telling prospective and existing clients for years now that this Aquamarine color in diamonds is exceedingly rare, but to date, have had little success in putting many in collections and portfolios.  It is not just my opinion, but the opinions of such colored diamond experts as Stephen Hofer.  So ..... the pricing on this deeply saturated Blue Green diamond has yet to reflect its true rarity in Nature and in colored diamond trading.  Once again, one is not to get concerned about the diminutive carat weight of this diamond; a large number of very desirable fancy colored diamond come in this pint-sized of a package.  The Vivid color grade is considered by many collectors to be the purest level of color saturation in a diamond.  Alternatively, see the Deep Blue Green diamond above to compare what the human eye perceives as "depth of color"; beauty is in the eye of the beholder and this tenet holds for fancy colored diamonds as well. 

Told everyone about Pink diamonds some 7 years ago, and you have seen what their prices have done, 3x to 4x times appreciation.  Today I am reminding everyone about Blue Green or Aquamarine fancy colored diamonds.

 

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WCM558 - $12,900.00
1.65 carats 
Radiant Brilliant Cut
Fancy DEEP Brownish Yellowish ORANGE
SI2 

 


Fancy DEEP Brownish Yellowish ORANGE 1.65 carat Radiant Cut SI2 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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Still one of my favorite colors in diamond, Cognac in the trade, this color class is more economically sensitive, but has still managed to appreciate by 5% to 10% per annum over the last 7 years.  Having Orange, another very rare color, as its predominant hue, this diamond has a lot going for it, not to mention its large carat weight.  Once the general public in the United States wakes up to the necessity to get out of as many Dollars and financial assets as possible in the immediate future, this Autumnal Class of color will receive higher and higher bids since it is one of the more affordable color classes of diamond.  This subset of Cognac diamond, with Orange as the predominant color, is harder and harder to find today.  Could someone have finally been listening to me over the last 9 years??!!

The radiant brilliant cut was specifically developed to maximize color foremost, and secondarily, carat weight, in a fancy colored diamond; hence, you see so many of this fancy brilliant cut listed on the pages herein.  Stellar colored diamond specimen.  Great center gem for a high-end jewelry piece.

 

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WCM559 - $9,200.00
0.15 carat 
PEAR Brilliant Cut
Fancy DEEP Purplish PINK ( Red )
SI2 

 


 




 
Girdle view with Red facets in
   abundance!

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I have handled, seen, and studied enough fancy colored diamonds to know a Red diamond when I see one.  Sometimes, and it can only be due to a smallish sampling of truly Red diamonds in the GIA master set used for grading, a Deep Purplish Pink diamond is graded as a Purplish Red and vice versa, as in this case.  At less than $65,000 per carat, this wonderfully Ruby or Strawberry Red diamond is a steal for those in the know.  Granted, the symmetry is fair in the cut of this diamond, BIG DEAL.  But I just had to show you the tweezers top-down or table view as well as the Red girdle view with tons of white light unable to turn the predominance of Red facets to Deep Pink or Pink!  These kinds of deals don't come along often.  Would suggest a Stephen Hofer Colored Diamond report for this exquisite gem to prove to the world that this is indeed a Red diamond or at a minimum, a Pink-Red diamond.  The Hofer final-word of certification can be arranged at dealer cost, may be some minor shipping charges for reports.

Am very tempted to buy this diamond for my own collection.

 

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WCM561 - $85,000.00
0.49 carat 
Cushion Brilliant Cut
Fancy INTENSE BLUE  
I1 ( included 1, but not apparent )

 


Fancy INTENSE BLUE 0.49 carat Cushion Cut I1 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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This is my additional contribution to assist my fellow American in getting out of devaluing U.S. Dollars.  It always amazes me that the people of other countries such as China, Malaysia, Korea, and Japan see trends developing well before our more myopic lot here in the States.  We have not experienced currency collapses like Germans and Chinese have in their lifetimes, so we often don't see the freight train coming in time to get off the tracks.  An example would be the continued plunge into U.S. Treasuries for Americans at a time that this "vaulted" segment of the sovereign-debt bond market pays no interest to compensate one for inevitable currency debasement, inflation, or even credit downgrade risk.  Americans will eventually "get it", but at much higher colored diamond prices, especially the diamonds shown on this page.

Red, Violet, Purple, Blue, Green ..... these are the pinnacles of rarity in fancy colored diamonds.  This is a very saturated Intense Blue diamond that has many top-view facets of Blue that would grade individually in the Vivid Blue color class.  At less than $175,000 per carat, and you can confirm this online or in the diamond district in New York, this is a rather inexpensive Blue diamond of size and excellent coloration.  While my overseas GIA trained gemologists have graded this carbonic wonder Included level 1 ( I1 ) in clarity, you will be very hard pressed to find the subject inclusions in this image or when the diamond is in your hand.  I1 or even I2 clarity grades are to be expected amongst the rarest of the rare, especially as they increase in carat weight. 

As I have stated previously, the rarest and largest colored diamonds are flying off the shelves of dealers around the world, even in this time of economic retracement and grave uncertainty.  The acquisition of this splendid pure Blue diamond, without the usual secondary modifier of "Grayish" hues, is a very solid way to diversify one's portfolio with a collectible gem that is highly liquid globally to this day.

 

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WCM562 - $101,000.00
0.50 carat 
RADIANT Brilliant Cut
Fancy VIVID Purplish PINK  
SI1 - totally eye-clean

 


Fancy VIVID Purplish PINK 0.50 carat RADIANT Cut SI1 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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ALL I SHOULD SAY ABOUT THIS DIAMOND, IS:  "WOW"!  Certainly, one of the most striking Raspberry Pink fancy colored diamonds that I have ever had the pleasure to handle.  A prospective buyer would find this diamond normally priced in the $280,000 to $335,000 per carat range anywhere in the world, but we have been very fortunate to have it for sale at just over $200,000 per carat, a steal.  Do your own due diligence on a very top-tier Vivid Pink diamond of 1/2 carat size and you will see what I mean.

Totally eye-clean at SI1, this cut-cornered rectangular modified brilliant cut diamond, also known as a modified radiant cut, has stepped-cut crown facets; this adds to the sparkle and brilliance of the overall diamond without reducing any of the exceptional Pink color saturation that is so strong and so evenly distributed throughout the diamond.

Oh, did I mention that this Vivid Purplish PINK diamond has Argyle Mine provenance with the laser inscribed control number of "288928" placed skillfully on the girdle.  While the Argyle Mine in western Australia has recently been providing more market-pleasing traceability for its very rare Pink, Violet, Purple, and Red diamonds, it is still the minority of fancy colored diamonds that possess this valuable provenance.

In conclusion, this diamond will be here today and gone tomorrow.

 

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WCM373 - $11,750.00
0.27 Total Carat Weight
PAIR - ROUND Brilliant Cuts
Fancy VIOLET-Grays, matched
SI2, eye-clean


 Matched Pair of Fancy VIOLET Gray Round Cut SI2 GIA Colored Diamonds
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Top drawer material for a pair of Tiffany's class stud earrings, especially with Valentine's Day, an anniversary, or a birthday coming up.  Violet is just below Red on the rarity scale for natural colored diamond, truly the second most rare color found on Earth, and while GIA graded one of the diamonds a Fancy Gray Violet, it is quite clear from the image above that these two diamonds are identical in overall coloration.  Violet is the secondary color were these gems to be measured via colorimeter, but there is an abundance of this extremely rare color, pushing the 30% contribution more to 40% for the pair.  There are some Bluish and Purplish hues also to the trained eye.  Even if no jewelry piece was crafted with these exquisite gems, an investor or collector would have acquired 13 point and 14 point rarities that seldom cross the trader's table.  Make a statement this year and for a very modest sum, buy the second most rare color in fancy colored diamonds.

 

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WCM566 - $27,200.00
1.60 carat 
CUSHION Brilliant Cut
Fancy VIVID YELLOW  
VS2 Clarity

 


Fancy VIVID YELLOW 1.60 carat Cushion Cut VS2 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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Still one of the most popular colors of diamond, the Canary Yellow diamond has appreciated some 10% to 15% over the last 7 years.  Possessing some of the highest clarity grades in colored diamond, Yellow diamonds are excellent choices for that much cherished engagement ring and other high-end jewelry piece that would be fitting for a Tiffany's display case.  This large and outstanding Vivid Yellow diamond has a very rich saturation of Daffodil hues in a well-made gem with Good Polish and Good Symmetry. 

Yellow diamonds remain one of the most affordable colors in the marketplace today, with this diamond selling for a very reasonable $17,000 per carat for a Vivid color grade.  A picture is worth a thousand words, and I will leave it at that.

Superb avenue for allocating wasting Dollars out of a bank or brokerage account where the safety of same is much in question these days.

 

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WCM567 - $16,350.00
1.16 carat 
RADIANT Brilliant Cut
Fancy VIVID YELLOW  
VS1 Clarity 

 


Fancy VIVID YELLOW 1.16 carat RADIANT Cut VS1 GIA-certified Colored Diamond
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Another fine example of a Canary Yellow diamond, this heavily saturated "daffodil" possesses the Radiant brilliant cut which was specifically developed for cutting fancy colored diamonds.  The geometry of the cut and the type & arrangement of facets is such that color is maximized for any given colored diamond rough while still maintaining as much carat weight as possible in the final cut/ polished diamond.

Exceptional clarity at VS1, this diamond has Excellent Polish and Very Good Symmetry from the February 12, 2012 GIA report that comes with it.  You could say that this diamond is "fresh from the cutter's wheel" in that respect.  Priced at a modest $14,000 per carat, this carat-plus sized colored diamond will not last long.  We often have such values from time to time, and this is one to take advantage of.  If an American doesn't buy this diamond soon, a European will snarf it up to get out of as many Euro's as possible before a collapse.

 

 

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WCM734 - $51,750.00
0.60 carat 
RADIANT Brilliant Cut
Fancy Intense PURE PINK  
SI1 Clarity, very clean 
ARGYLE Certificate

 

 

Intense Pure PINK 0.60 carat Radiant cut SI1 GIA-certified Argyle Colored Diamond

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Another pedigreed Argyle Tender Offer diamond, a Pure Pink that is without many of the table/crown inclusions typical of material coming out of the Western Australian mine today.  Mother Nature doesn't give a hoot about what she includes in the carbonic soup when she begins the formation of such an exceedingly rare diamond, but finding Pink diamond specimens that are free of distracting, somewhat visible inclusions from the top-down or table-view is becoming harder to do.  It is possibly the result of the end of a mine's life or that of a particular diamond pipe, but a trained eye such as those that WCM employs to source fancy colored diamonds from is always a positive for the acquiring client.

The Radiant facet patterns were specifically designed to maximize color saturation in fancy colored diamonds, and the cutter did a superb job in his manufacture of this Pure Pink without a trace of a secondary modifying color.  The slightly orangey facets you see dispersed around the gem is the result of a warm, sunlight type of light source; I have admonished my supplier on this point several times, but some people are inherently stubborn in changing their way of doing things.  He does provide me with high-quality, one-of-a-kind colored diamonds at great prices, so I have to be thankful for the most important aspects of this business.

At less than $90,000 per carat for an Intense Pure Pink diamond with Argyle provenance, this diamond is aggressively priced for the collector or investor in- the-know.  Buying pink diamonds of ever-diminishing supply in an environment of systemic collapse in the world's financial systems is a real no-brainer of a decision for foreign investors; Americans just appear slower to catch on!!

 

 

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WCM740 
- $16,700.00
0.28 carats 
RADIANT Brilliant Cut
VIVID Pure PINK
SI2, eye-clean Clarity, quiet top-view 
 

 

 

Fancy VIVID Pure PINK 0.28 carat Radiant cut SI2 GIA-certified Colored Diamond

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Superb example of a Pure PINK diamond, once again it is the supplier's warm light source that is creating the orangey facets in the image.  Very well-saturated diamond, most likely from the Argyle Mine due to inherent characteristics within the gem.  Possesses a GIA Laser Inscription which permanently identifies this very rare fancy colored diamond.  Very well-priced for a Vivid AND Pure Pink diamond.  Diamond almost tends toward a Deep color classification, but exceedingly well-saturated as a Vivid color grade.

 

 

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WCM737 
- $31,750.00
2.07 carats 
Emerald & Cushion Facet Patterns, Mixed Cut
Fancy INTENSE YELLOW
INTERNALLY FLAWLESS Clarity ( IF ) 
 

 

 

Fancy INTENSE YELLOW 2.07 carats Emerald-Cushion Mixed cut IF GIA-certified Colored Diamond

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Seldom does one see a fancy colored diamond that is Internally Flawless in its clarity grade.  In addition to this singular feature of rarity, this INTENSE YELLOW diamond, at the upper end of the Intense saturation level, possesses  totally unique facet patterns that contain elements of both the Emerald cut and the Cushion cut.  Colored diamond cutters are very skilled at analyzing a rough colored diamond and then developing facet patterns for the various elements of table, crown, and pavilion that maximizes both total weight in the finished gem and total color saturation.  The cutter for this Canary Yellow diamond gets an A+ for his efforts on this fine jewel.  The marketplace has placed a substantial premium on IF or Internally Flawless colored diamonds since the introduction of non-carbon ingredients to these diamonds is normally accompanied with clouds, feathers, naturals, carbon spots, crystals, needles, and so forth.  The chances of any colored diamond being created without these natural occurrences in the diamond's formation and development over millions of years are exceedingly low, probably one in ten million.  Anyone need a center diamond for a wedding or anniversary ring?!  ( This diamond really suggests a Vivid Yellow color level. )

 

 


 








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