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A purple diamond bracelet is among life’s necessary jewelry items. In a private collection, it normally, turns into a favorite. It is extremely rare to come across purple diamonds which do not have secondary hues. In dimension, majority of these diamonds are less than one carat and are rarely found in vivid lilac to dark colors.
Common terms for purple diamonds are plum, orchid, lilac, lavender, amethyst, mauve, grape etc. Purple diamonds became popular when Kobe Byrant, the basketball superstar presented purple diamond worth $4 million to his wife, as an apology present a short time after he faced sexual assault charges.
In the world of diamond, queries still exist about the truth of there being a natural purple diamond of 8-carat when any stone of this size and color is very rare. It is hoped that it will be displayed in a museum one day in order for more fans of diamonds to catch a glimpse of this exceptional diamond.
Australia is the only country that mines purple diamond rough. Uncommonly high quantities of Hydrogen are believed to lead to the color purple in some diamonds. Usually, electricity is not conducted by these diamonds. Color modifiers and secondary hues include brown, gray, pink, red, etc.
Purple diamonds whose colors are enhanced are extremely rare also. A number of these diamonds alter their colors to purple in the course of the procedure of changing them to canary. In comparison to natural purples, the improved ones contain higher color saturation. Another identifying feature of improved colors is orange fluorescence.