Red diamonds, the rarest diamonds on earth.
Red diamonds are uncommon and in high demand because of their vivid colour and scarcity.
Less than 0.20% of all diamonds produced are red diamonds, making them the rarest and most expensive diamonds in the world.
A number of elements, including chemical impurities, structural distortions, and extreme pressure, contribute to the colour of red diamonds.
The most famous red diamond in the world is the "Moussaieff Red," which is a 5.11-carat fancy red diamond and is one of the largest known red diamonds in the world.
There are many variables, including as carat weight, clarity, cut, and colour intensity, affect the price of red diamonds.
Red diamonds are prized by collectors and regarded as an exceptional and worthwhile investment.