Some Facts about Natural Blue Diamond
People just love the word diamond and everything associated with it. It is one of the most expensive stone and owning one piece of it can sometimes cost a fortune. However, only some people know that this precious stone is in the different color too. It is maybe because they only concentrated in the most common color or diamond which is white without knowing that Natural Blue Diamond also existed. Yes, the name already suggests that the diamond color is blue unlike with the common color white. But this color of a diamond is so rare and in fact, if the color white diamond is already expensive, the color blue is much expensive compared to white ones.
A very lucky millionaire has only the chance to avail Blue Diamond. Aside from the fact that you need millions to purchase it, it is very rare to locate such kind. There is the very low supply of this kind of diamond so it means that it is precious and costly. More so, the process of turning white diamond into blue naturally takes several years. The bright blue color only appears when the diamond will have a chemical reaction with the element boron – a metalloid. After the reaction, the stone will be infused with the blue color. But this reaction does not occur always so it would be very hard to find natural diamond which is in color blue. And what it makes more expensive aide from the fact that it is very rare and has a long process is that this kind of diamond is only produced in one mining site in South Africa. That is why many diamond collectors would only settle for the white color- not too expensive compared to blue and is quite abundant (easy to find and locate).
As the famous line says “Diamonds are forever”, Blue Diamonds will also last a lifetime. Of course, this is only a guarantee to those owners who will keep the diamonds always safe from any thief. Take note that this jewel is too precious and expensive that every thief would want to take it away from the owner. So, if you are one of the lucky owners of such kind of diamond, keep it always safe from the eyes of the burglar.