When most of us hear the word chocolate, we have positive thoughts and a good feeling because it is such a beloved treat. The same happens for many people when they hear the word diamonds. With chocolate diamonds, you can have a sort of combination of these two beautiful things.

What Are Chocolate Diamonds?

Chocolate diamonds are a type of brown diamond with a spiced up name. Chocolate typically refers to the diamonds that have a rich, dark brown color. Some lighter brown diamonds have other fitting and fun characters like cognac, cinnamon, and champagne diamonds.

Natural And Synthetic

Not all diamonds that are mined from the earth come out colorless. Some mixed with different elements or radiation while they are formed can become colored during the process. Specific colors are much rarer than others. For instance, natural red diamonds are relatively rare, but others are more common, like brown and yellow. Because the browns and yellows are more common, it is more affordable to find a natural diamond in these colors.

But not all of the colored diamonds you see in jewelry are natural diamonds. Because there has been an increased interest in these beautiful gems, you will find some that are human-made or cultured.

Rose Gold Diamond Ring

There are a few varieties of colors that fall under the ‘rose gold’ umbrella, including red and pink gold. Because rose gold is getting more and more popular, you can easily find sophisticated and beautiful rose gold diamond rings in Dallas.

Some natural diamonds have a soft color that isn’t attractive enough for jewelry. In some cases, these diamonds are color enhanced in a lab. In both of these cases, the diamonds are genuine. They just aren’t considered natural color diamonds, meaning they weren’t mined from the earth in their current state.

Whether you choose a natural or a cultured diamond is a matter of personal preference. Natural brown diamonds of high quality will cost a good deal more than synthetic or enhanced since natural colored diamonds of jewelry quality are rare. If you have the budget for it and want one created by mother nature herself, go for natural. But if you love the look of a chocolate diamond and want an affordable one for yourself, you may need to go with cultured or enhanced. Either way, both versions will be beautiful.

A True Natural Beauty

While brown may not sound as exciting as some other colors, if you’ve seen a chocolate diamond ring in person, you’ll know that it is, in fact, quite stunning. It still has the sparkling brilliance of a real diamond (if it is cut well), but it also has an earthy color that makes it seem more distinct and unique. It creates a piece of jewelry that will likely get noticed by many because of its distinctive beauty.

While chocolate diamonds may not satiate that craving for the version that melts in your mouth, a chocolate diamond ring along with a nice box of chocolates will make an incredibly romantic gift for that special someone who loves both chocolate and diamonds.