These gemstones come from the Argyle mine in northwestern Australia. Their nuanced shades of brown and amber can be used to great advantage in both white and yellow gold.
Champagne Diamonds are natural and rare. Champagne diamonds are formed deep in the earth, nurtured over billions of years under tremendous pressure.
Color in these diamonds is the result of a combination of trace elements and alterations in the crystalline structure due to heat and pressure. These diamonds combine the extreme hardness and scintillation of a diamond with subtle shades of champagne, cognac and coffee. The conditions that promote the creation of these diamonds are relatively rare. Only one in 10,000 diamonds is a naturally colored diamond.