Commonly mined with Pink Diamonds, Brown Diamonds are historically found in India, Brazil and, more recently, in Australia. Differently from other Fancy Diamonds, as coloured Diamonds are called, the colour in Brown Diamonds isn’t caused by the presence of chemical elements other than Carbon, but by plastic deformations in its molecular structure. Because of this, Brown Diamonds are found in a much wider diversity of colours.
Of all Fancy Diamonds, Brown has the most modifiers: its colour varies from faint to dark tones, with hues of green, pink, orange, grey and many other colours. This makes these Diamonds, despite their relative affluence, some of the hardest to pair, especially in pieces that use many stones, such as pavè settings, always resulting in very unique pieces. This myriad of possibilities offers stones of unmatched beauty, capable of pleasing every sight. Although names like these aren’t found in certificates, it is common to call these stones Chocolate, Cognac and Champagne Diamonds, or other nomenclatures. Containing a universe of splendor in itself, the Brown Diamond instigates the imagination for its multiple singularity.