H vs K Color Diamond Engagement Ring

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When it comes to buying diamonds, most people wonder whether a H diamond is too yellow or whether a K diamond is too yellow for their needs. If you are one of these people, you are at the right place.

In this video, we compare a near colorless H diamond engagement ring beside a faint yellow K diamond engagement ring in various lighting scenarios.

Through this comparison, you will be able to see for yourself whether the H or K diamonds are white enough or too yellow. Personally, I find the H to face up completely white when it is well cut.

In certain angles and lighting, the K does show a very very faint hint of color and on this note, I have a very sensitive eye for color nuances. To most people, color differences will not be immediately obvious.

So, watch the video a couple of times and pause it if need be to get a better look. After that, leave a comment below to let me know if you think the H and K diamonds appear yellow or white to you. Also, let me know if you would buy either colors for your engagement ring or you would totally avoid both of them completely.

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https://beyond4cs.com/big-diamond-rings/
https://beyond4cs.com/carat/ways-to-make-a-diamond-look-larger/

To find out more about where the engagement rings were purchased from, go to:
https://beyond4cs.com/reviews/james-allen/

* Both the H near colorless and K faint yellow rings are from James Allen.