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Pink Diamond Color Chart
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23.75” × 11” (60 × 27.5 cm) Rare and highly desirable, pink diamonds occur in a wide range of hues, tones, and saturations. An essential tool for anyone handling these gems, this chart uses tone-saturation diagrams to illustrate the color appearance of pink diamonds in their three most common hue ranges: purplish pink, pink, and orangy pink. Inset charts show the diamonds on each diagram as they fall within the generalized boundaries of the fancy grade terms used by the GIA Laboratory. Published in Summer 2002 with the article by J. M. King et al., “Characterization and Grading of Natural-Color Pink Diamonds,”
Gems & Gemology
, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 128–147.
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