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The presence of deformations and/or stray trace elements within a diamond’s fundamental crystal structure can give rise to the lesser-known fancy-colored specimens, with yellow being the most common hue and red being by far the rarest. However, these colors can also be induced artificially via the irradiation of previously colorless material.

Diamond’s name was derived from the Greek word meaning “unconquerable”, as the crystals’ inherent high hardness made them difficult to cut and polish. As a result, its status as the world’s best-known gemstone is actually a relatively recent phenomenon, and colored diamonds still remain somewhat unknown to the general consumer.

While Australia is the primary source for the extremely rare pinkish diamonds, most of other colors are mined from deposits in Borneo, Brazil, and across central and southern Africa. However, the most famous colored specimen, the Hope Diamond, is believed to have been originally sourced in India.

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