Rare Fancy Intense Purple-Pink Diamond And Fancy Vivid Bluish Green Diamond Unveiled

Nov 03, 2015, 12:26 ET from The One and Only One(TM)

NEW YORK, Nov. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A Radiant-cut Type IIa Fancy Intense Purple-Pink diamond ring and an Emerald-cut Fancy Vivid Bluish Green diamond ring are available by private appointment at selected jewelry stores nationwide. The exceptionally rare Natural Fancy Color Diamonds from The One and Only One™ group are certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). Prices are available on request.

To arrange a private appointment to view the Fancy Intense Purple-Pink Diamond Ring and/or the Fancy Vivid Bluish Green Diamond Ring, please visit theoneandonlyone.com.

"The Lady in Pink" Fancy Intense Purple-Pink Diamond
Originating in Africa, the 7.17-carat Purple-Pink diamond (VVS2) is classified by the GIA as a Type IIa diamond, which means it ranks in the top 2 percent of all gem diamonds in the world. It is set in ring of platinum and 18K gold, and flanked by two heart-shaped white diamonds of 1.50 carats each (E, F color). Learn more.

"Natural pink diamonds are taking top honors at the premier auction houses," said Joe Padulo, CEO of Padulo Prive and a consultant to elite jewelers and luxury brands. "With its vibrant pink color, and just a whisper of lilac, this Fancy Intense Purple-Pink diamond is clearly in a class by itself."

"The Deco Green" Fancy Vivid Bluish Green Diamond
The extremely rare 1.01-carat Fancy Vivid Bluish Green diamond displays remarkable color saturation and clarity (VS2). It is surrounded by 1.31 carats of Argyle Pink diamonds, and white diamonds, and set in a ring of platinum and 18K rose gold. Learn more.

"Only a few natural green diamonds weighing more than a carat have come to auction in the past 10 years," said Padulo. "Evoking the best of the Art Deco era, this emerald-cut Fancy Vivid Bluish Green diamond is a rare treasure indeed."

For Collectors, Investors and Connoisseurs

In a September 24, 2015 statement, Christie's International Head of Jewelry Rahul Kadakia described the current market for Fancy Color Diamonds as: "…a time when great gems are mirroring prices achieved for masterpieces in the world of fine art. Collectors are looking to jewels as savvy investments that are both beautiful and can appreciate considerably in value over a relatively short period of time."


Note: One and Only One™ Natural Fancy Color Diamonds are conflict free and ethically sourced.

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