What is Diamond Color?
Diamonds are graded on a scale of D through Z following the grading system used by the Gemological Institute of America. The highest grade, D, is the purest white color, with each subsequent letter corresponding to a slightly darker shade, down to Z, the lowest color grade on the scale. Color in a diamond refers to the body tone of the diamond.
At Since1910.com we only sell diamonds graded between D and J.
Our Recommendation: If purchasing a brilliant cut diamond (round, princess, cushion, etc) we recommend a color grade of G or better. With a step cut diamond (emerald cut, asscher) you can get away with an H or I color.