What is a chocolate diamond?
Chocolate Diamonds are Le Vian’s brand of brown or golden-hued natural diamonds, carefully selected for their rich deep colors. Only natural diamonds that meet Le Vian’s exacting standards of clarity, quality, cut, and color will be worthy of the name Chocolate Diamond®.
Who owns chocolate diamonds?
Currently, Le Vian holds the registered trademark for Chocolate Diamonds in countries around the world, spanning the Americas, the European Union, China, and the Middle East. If there’s one thing that Le Vian is known for, it’s creating beautiful, original, innovative designs in jewelry.
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How rare are chocolate diamonds?
Stones larger than 20 points (1/5 carat) are the top 5% of those, and Chocolate Diamonds of one carat or larger are 1 in 10,000 — almost impossible to find. Of course, once the Chocolate Diamonds® are sourced from the mine, they are then cut to Le Vian’s exacting standards.
A Chocolate Diamond is a rare, naturally brown colored diamond. While you might think the cute nickname is simply due to its signature color, Chocolate Diamonds are actually owned and trademarked by Le Vian, a fine jewelry group. Simply put, a Chocolate Diamond is a brown diamond.
What is a chocolate diamond eternity ring?
“Chocolate” Brown Diamonds Eternity Rings What is a Chocolate Diamond? Chocolate Diamonds® are a trademark owned by Le-Vian group which refers to a select group of natural brown diamonds that match Le Vian’s criteria as for quality and color. Meaning that not every brown diamond is a Chocolate Diamond.
What is the difference between Brown and chocolate diamonds?
Whereas brown diamonds can be opaque, light, or even yellow-hued, Chocolate Diamonds are deeply saturated and dark brown; the color of chocolate. The darker and richly colorful a Chocolate Diamond, the more rare and valuable it is. Lighter colored brown diamonds are beautiful, especially when they have good clarity and minimal inclusions.