Shine bright like a diamond – but what kind? There are clear diamonds, bold diamonds, discrete diamonds – really anything your heart desires! It’s no wonder if the entire industry sometimes seems like a labyrinth – and doubly so when it comes to color diamonds jewelry.
While there are many colored diamonds – like red, pink, blue and black, what we most often have in mind when we think diamonds is a brilliant white. However, even these come in a color scale.
The color of a diamond ranges from D to H, while everything up till H or I appears clear to the untrained eye. Today, we want to tell you all about M color diamonds, that belong more to the white side of the scale.
What is an M colored diamond?
The scale of diamond color goes from D, which is the purest white, to Z, which are light yellow – M falls smack in the middle. These diamonds are described as having a very faint color that’s most noticeable when looked from the side point of view.
However, there’s no need to panic! The faint yellow or sometimes brown tint occurs naturally during the diamonds growth process, and while the presence of color can lessen the price of the precious stone, it does not in any way lessen its beauty and brilliance.
How expensive is an M colored diamond?
A diamond’s price is ascertained by its cut, clarity, weight, and color. Naturally, the lower you are on the color scale, the less your budget will be affected. With the price reduced by the color, you can go all out in terms of your diamond’s clarity, cut and weight!
How yellow is an M colored diamond?
You may not notice much difference between a D and an I diamond, but you might notice a definite yellowish tint when it comes to the M colored diamond. But don’t give up just yet!
When browsing diamonds, be they loose in our palms or going through a checklist of what they have and have not, we often forget that no one will ever see the diamond all on its own – it will be a part of a ring, a necklace, earrings, a pendant.
The type of metal your diamond will be encased in, along with the stone’s size and even its cut make a striking difference in its appearance.
How to get the most out of your M color diamond
First, choose a cut that will complement its decidedly unique brilliance. A modern round brilliant cut will emphasize all the good things about an M colored diamond – in the right setting, the slight color will dazzle like a ray of sunshine.
The next most important thing is to set your M colored diamond in a proper environment. By this we mean a good choice of metals and surrounding stones.
When it comes to matching your diamond with other precious stones, the best choice is to either surround it with high contrasting pieces (like, for example, green stones) or keep it solitary.
As far as metals are concerned – the choice is highly subjective. With an M diamond, you shouldn’t try to run away from its color. White metals, like platinum or white gold, will give you that coveted contrast look and make your jewelry stand out. If you prefer yellow gold, that’s not a problem! There, an M colored diamond will exhibit a warm glow, so you’ll feel like you’re wearing a piece of a lazy summer afternoon.
When all’s said and done, an M colored diamond is a perfect choice if you want something budget-friendly, stunning, unique and absolutely brilliant. If you want to let the sunshine in and light up every room you saunter into, check out our Cuban jewelry store and find that perfect piece!