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Diamond Color Chart
Tiffany only accepts engagement diamonds in the “colorless” and “near colorless” range on a diamond color scale. In other words, for engagement rings, Tiffany only accepts D color diamonds, E color diamonds, F color diamonds, G color diamonds, H color diamonds and I color diamonds. Borderline diamond color classifications are automatically given the more conservative grade.DEF
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The gemological standards in this section refer only to individually registered engagement diamonds set in certain ring styles.
Does Diamond Color Matter?
Color is the second most important of the 4Cs because the color grade directly affects the stone’s appearance. Diamonds with a poor color grade can appear slightly yellow instead of the desired brilliant white. Additionally, the Tiffany Gemological Laboratory will not accept stones exhibiting strong or excessive fluorescence, which, in natural lighting, can give diamonds a milky appearance.
“If you’re buying a piece of jewelry from Tiffany, you’re buying a piece of artwork.”
Cut is determined by how a diamond’s facets interact with light.
Clarity is a measure of the purity and rarity of the stone.
Carat denotes the weight of a diamond.
The superlative beauty of our engagement rings is the result of the highest quality standards and an obsession with crafting the most exquisite diamonds at every step.
Tiffany diamonds are brighter and more vibrant because we craft them that way.
Let us assist you in choosing an engagement ring, personalizing a wedding band or selecting a special anniversary gift.
When you purchase a Tiffany engagement ring, you receive superlative care for a lifetime.