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The blue diamond is like a beautiful bright stone. Natural fancy blue diamonds are particularly exceptional, classy, and are one of the most desired colors in diamonds.

Natural blue diamonds are so uncommon that most jewelers have never even seen one. In recent years, methods of producing strongly colored diamonds that includes fancy blue, have been developed. It is believed that the process probably recreates the conditions, which existed millions of years ago to produce natural fancy colored stones. The action can only work with small alternative diamonds, and it basically involves irradiating them and causing the color change. It is usually followed by heat treatment to even out the color. The blue diamonds that are currently available are either enhanced or treated. When people consider buying loose blue diamonds, it is advisable for them to keep in mind the fact that all blue diamond have been enhanced by faceting, and most colored gemstones are heat-treated to enhance their color.

These loose blue diamonds that are available are mostly used to make stunning rings. In recent times, it is not easy to find enhanced diamonds. It is very rare that people will find these blue diamonds in a jeweler's shops. People investing in these blue diamonds consider them to be a lifetime investment.

Fancy blue diamonds are more expensive than ordinary near-colorless ones. The processing adds to the costs, so it is generally only worth treating diamonds of high clarity. The diamonds selected for treatment usually start off with one of the less desirable colors such as brown or yellow. There is no certainty about the final color that any particular stone will be after treatment

Online sites are available that give information about the various colors in diamonds. People who are interested can also order for them online after researching all the facts and features.

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