Diamond Colour Chart

D Exceptional White + The Exceptional White (+) diamond with a grade of D is the very rarest of the diamond colour range. The diamond will be completely colourless. This makes it the most valuable coloured diamond. Grade: Colourless.
E Exceptional White The Exceptional White diamond with a grade of E is also very rare. The difference between D and E is hard to detect when compared. This diamond is graded colourless. This also makes it very valuable. Grade: Colourless.
F Rare White + The Rare White (+) diamond is the third highest coloured graded diamond achievable. Its graded F as the diamond is colourless when viewed through the crown. Grade: Colourless when viewed through the crown.
G Rare White The Rare White is a fine alternative to the top three colour grades. This colour still makes for an outstanding diamond. Its grade of G is colourless when viewed through the crown. Grade: Colourless when viewed through the crown.
H White The White coloured diamond has a small noticeable colour difference when compared to the top 4 colour grades. It's grade of H is colourless when viewed through the crown. Grade: Colourless when viewed through the crown.
I Slightly Tinted The Slightly Tinted White is a great staring point if your buying a diamond on a budget. The colour difference is still very slight making it hard to tell the difference when compared to other grades. It's grade of I is slightly coloured. Grade: Slightly coloured.
J Slightly Tinted White The Slightly Tinted White diamond should really be the last consideration when picking your diamond colour. Anything below this grade will look slightly yellow. Its grade of J is Slightly coloured. Grade: Slightly coloured.
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