About Violet Diamonds

Violet diamonds, which are close in color to blue and purple diamonds, are a rare and extremely unique type of natural color diamond. They are arguably the rarest of all natural fancy color diamonds, even red diamond! with only a few known sources of violet diamond production in the world.

The color of violet diamonds is caused by the presence of hydrogen (which are in purple and red diamonds) and boron (which are in blue diamonds) impurities in the diamond's crystal lattice. The shade of violet can range from a pale lilac to a deep, rich purple. The more intense and pure the color, the more valuable the diamond.

Violet diamonds are often cut in fancy shapes, such as cushion, pear, and oval cuts, to showcase their unique color and maximize their beauty. They are typically found in smaller sizes, with larger stones being extremely rare.