Blue Diamond

Blue Diamond

The deep blue colour of blue diamonds is simply breathtaking and adds a touch of luxury to any piece of jewellery. They are a rare and highly prized gemstone that is prized for its beauty and uniqueness.
What is a Blue Diamond?

Blue diamonds are a rare and highly sought-after type of diamond that is naturally coloured blue. These diamonds are formed when boron impurities are present during the diamond's formation process. Blue diamonds are extremely rare and are considered some of the most valuable diamonds in the world.

Blue diamonds can range in colour from a pale blue to a deep, rich blue. The intensity of the blue colour is determined by the amount of boron present in the diamond. Blue diamonds with a more intense colour are generally more valuable. Blue diamonds can be found in a variety of cuts and shapes, including round, princess, cushion, and pear.

Blue diamonds are prized for their rarity and unique colour. They are often used in high-end jewellery and can command extremely high prices. Blue diamonds are also sometimes used as a replacement for traditional blue gemstones, such as blue sapphires or blue topaz.

Design Your Unique Jewellery

Design Your Unique Jewellery
Choose Your Category

Choose Your Category

This section allows the user to select the type of jewellery they would like to create, such as a ring, necklace, or pair of earrings.

Select Your Stone

Select Your Stone

In this section, the user can choose the type of gemstone they would like to use in their jewellery from a variety of options, such as diamond, emerald, or sapphire.

Pick Your Metal

Pick Your Metal

The user can choose the type of metal they would like their jewellery to be made of, such as gold, platinum, or silver.

Customize Your Jewellery

Customize Your Jewellery

Customize your jewellery by adding any additional specifications or customizations, such as engraving or a specific setting style.

Blue Diamond:
Symbol of Trust and Loyalty

Blue Diamond is a type of diamond that is known for its intense blue colour, which can range from pale blue to deep, rich blue. Blue diamonds are associated with feelings of serenity, peace and tranquility. They are said to be a symbol of the ocean, representing depth, vastness, and timelessness.

Blue diamonds are said to be a powerful tool for emotional healing, helping to soothe and calm the mind and to release negative emotions. They are also believed to be a powerful tool for spiritual growth and awareness, helping to open and activate the third eye and crown chakras. They are also said to bring peace, calm and balance in one's life.

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Are blue diamonds real diamonds?

Blue diamonds are real diamonds, just like white diamonds. They are formed through the same process as other diamonds, and they are composed of the same material, carbon. Blue diamonds are simply diamonds that exhibit a blue colour, which is caused by the presence of boron impurities in the diamond's crystal structure.

How are blue diamonds graded?

Blue diamonds are graded on the same scale as other diamonds, using the Four Cs: cut, colour, clarity, and carat weight. The colour of a blue diamond is graded on a scale from D (colourless) to Z (light yellow or brown), with higher grades indicating a more valuable diamond. The clarity of a blue diamond is graded based on the presence or absence of blemishes and inclusions, with higher grades indicating a clearer and more valuable diamond. The cut and carat weight of a blue diamond are also taken into consideration when determining its value.

How do I clean and care for a blue diamond to keep it looking its best?

To clean and care for a blue diamond, it is recommended to clean it regularly with a solution of mild dish soap and warm water, and to use a soft brush to remove any dirt or debris from the setting. It is also a good idea to store your blue diamond separately from other jewellery to prevent it from being scratched or damaged. Avoid exposing your blue diamond to harsh chemicals, such as bleach or chlorine, and have it professionally checked and cleaned regularly to maintain its appearance.

What is the best way to protect a blue diamond and ensure its safety?

The best way to protect a blue diamond is to store it carefully, handle it gently, and have it professionally checked and cleaned regularly. It is also a good idea to insure your blue diamond to protect it against loss, theft, or damage. Consider keeping your blue diamond in a safe deposit box or a secure location when it is not being worn.

How do blue diamonds compare to other gemstones in terms of durability and suitability for everyday wear?

Blue diamonds are relatively durable and hard, making them suitable for everyday wear. They have a Mohs hardness rating of 10, which is the highest rating on the scale and indicates that they are resistant to scratching and chipping. However, blue diamonds can still be damaged if they are subjected to extreme force or harsh treatment, so it is important to handle them gently and protect them from damage. In comparison to other gemstones, blue diamonds are generally more durable and suitable for everyday wear than softer, more brittle gemstones such as pearls or opals. However, they may not be as durable as some other gemstones, such as sapphires or rubies, which also have a Mohs hardness rating of 9 or higher.

Are there any other factors to consider when comparing blue diamonds to other gemstones?

When comparing blue diamonds to other gemstones, it is important to consider your personal preferences and budget. You may also want to consider the rarity and availability of the gemstone, as well as its durability and suitability for everyday wear. It is also a good idea to consider the overall quality of the gemstone, including its cut, clarity, and colour.

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Blue Diamond Characteristics

Blue diamonds are a type of diamond known for its unique blue colour. The colour of blue diamonds is caused by the presence of boron atoms within the diamond during its formation. Blue diamonds are graded according to the 4 C's: carat, cut, colour and clarity. The carat weight of a blue diamond is a measure of its size, with one carat being equal to 0.2 grams. The cut of a blue diamond refers to the symmetry, proportion and polish of a diamond, which are adjusted during the cutting process of the gemstone after it has been mined from the earth. The colour of a blue diamond refers to the combination of three components: hue, saturation and tone. The colour grading scale for blue diamonds ranges from D to Z. A perfect blue diamond, known as a D colour, has no colour at all. Diamond clarity refers to the purity of a diamond, and clarity criteria include determining the number of inclusions, their size, relief and position.

Blue Diamond Cut and Shape

At GLAMIRA we use blue diamonds in colour H, which are considered to offer the best value for money and the best harmony with designs. The cut range includes 5 grades; excellent, very good, good, fair and poor. On the other hand, diamond shape, which is generally confused with diamond cut, refers to a style or design used when shaping a diamond for polishing, such as the princess cut diamond. At GLAMIRA you can find many shapes of blue diamonds including Princess, Brilliant, Round, Trillion, Cushion, Heart, Oval and Emerald, which you can use to personalise your pieces.

Quality and Rarity

At GLAMIRA we understand the importance of quality and use only the finest blue diamonds, carefully selected for their beauty and unique characteristics. Blue diamonds are considered one of the most precious gemstones, their natural formation making them rare and valuable.

Symbolism and use in jewellery

Blue diamonds are known for their unique colour and are a popular choice for those looking for a unique and striking piece of jewellery. At GLAMIRA we specialise in creating unique and luxurious blue diamond jewellery, including rings, earrings, pendants, bracelets and even necklaces that are sure to add a touch of luxury and elegance to any outfit.

Customisation options

At GLAMIRA we understand the importance of customisation when it comes to creating the perfect piece of jewellery. That's why we offer our customers a wide range of options to fully customise their blue diamond jewellery.

From choosing the metal for the piece to selecting the shape, cut and carat weight of the blue diamond, you have complete control over the design of your jewellery. You can also personalise your piece with an engraving option.

Often associated with the sky, the sea and the ocean, blue diamonds can add a touch of mystery and elegance to any piece of jewellery. They are also a popular choice for those looking for a unique and striking alternative to the traditional white diamond. At GLAMIRA we offer a wide range of blue diamond jewellery in a variety of styles, from classic to contemporary, so you can find the perfect piece to suit your taste and style. With our commitment to quality, craftsmanship and customer satisfaction, you can be sure that GLAMIRA will provide you with a piece of jewellery that you'll treasure for a lifetime. Whether you're looking for a unique engagement ring, a special gift or a luxurious addition to your jewellery collection, GLAMIRA's blue diamonds are the perfect choice.