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Amazing Color Diamonds from Excalibur Royale

Excalibur Royale has a wonderful selection of color diamonds for you to choose from. Whether you are buying for yourself or for your jewellery store, you are sure to find that our color diamonds have everything that you want and expect from a diamond collection. Diamonds are a stand out piece and obviously can be a substantial purchase for people so you want to be certain that when buying diamonds online that you are dealing with a company that you can trust and that will have the experience to assist your purchase.  

Buying Diamonds Online Couldn’t Be Easier!

With our easy to navigate website, you can make your choices without hassle and in your own time. Choosing and buying colored diamonds can take time as you will want to get the one that you truly adore so buying diamonds online allows you to browse for as long as you wish under no obligation. Every color diamond that we sell at Excalibur Royale is accompanied with a certification from the Gemological Institute of America and are conflict-free, in compliance with the United Nations mandated Kimberly Process.

Color Diamonds From the Experts

The color diamond team at Excalibur Royale are highly experienced in their work and can offer you full support throughout the buying process. If you need some assistance in learning about the differences between natural colored diamonds, we are here to guide you. We are committed to providing an expert diamond buying experience to you whether you are buying color diamonds for wholesale or just for yourself.

 



News

A Rainbow of Color Diamonds to be featured at upcoming auctions

April 28, 2016

Sales of stunning color diamonds have been capturing headlines all over the world. Here’s a look at some of the most anticipated diamonds to hit upcoming auctions: And here is the 'Aurora Green', a 5.03 carat Fancy Vivid Green diamond, one of the rarest colour grading for a diamond and the largest of its kind ever to be offered at auction. MA-GIC !! To be sold in Hong Kong on May 31 #christiesjewels #christies #jewel #GreenDiamond #HongKong #31MAY16 #MasterGem A photo posted by Christie's Jewelry (@christiesjewels) on Apr 14, 2016 at 11:04pm PDT Aurora Green – Christie’s Magnificent Jewels – May 31st Although blue diamonds have been stealing the spotlight lately, the Aurora Green Diamond debuting at Christie’s is sure... Continue Reading →

Color Diamonds Sparkled at Sotheby's Magnificent Jewels and Jadeite Auction

April 06, 2016

Sotheby’s held their Jewels and Jadeite Auction on April 5th and featured plenty of color diamonds. Here's an update on what the much-talked about diamonds sold for:   Superb and Rare Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond and Diamond Ring Arguably the star of the auction was the much-anticipated Fancy Vivid Blue Oval Diamond, weighing 10.10 carats. Pre-auction estimates put the diamond in the $30million -$36 million USD range, and the hammer fell at $32,013,233.00 USD. While the diamond didn’t beat the Blue Moon of Josephine’s record for most expensive diamond to have sold at auction, this rare gem has broken the record for most expensive diamond sold in Asia. Fancy Purple-Pink Diamond and Diamond Ring, Monture Van Cleef & Arpels This... Continue Reading →

Sotheby's to Auction a Plethora of Color Diamonds

March 16, 2016

Sotheby’s Magnificent Jewels & Jadeite Auction will take place on April 5th 2016 and will feature an array of colorful diamonds. Here are just a few to look out for: 1. Superb and Rare Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond and Diamond Ring This brilliant blue diamond is arguably the star of the show. Weighing in at 10.10 carats, this incredibly rare Fancy Vivid Blue oval-shaped diamond is the largest of its kind to be auctioned. The diamond’s large size, Internally Flawless clarity, and exquisite color put it in the USD $30-$35 million auction estimate range. The Fancy Vivid Blue Oval is flanked by two pear-shaped white diamonds and mounted in 18 karat white gold. 2. Rare Fancy Intense Green Diamond, Pink Diamond and Diamond... Continue Reading →