Overview of the Fancy Color Diamond Market (2005-2014)

By The FCRF Team | 18.11.14
Overview of the Fancy Color Diamond Market (2005-2014)

The alternative asset class of Fancy Color Diamonds (FCDs) has exhibited strong growth between 2005 and 2014. FCDs, across pink, yellow and blue colors have increased in value by 167% on average between January 2005 and September 2014.

Looking in more detail at their performance throughout the years, the value appreciation of sub-categories has differed quite significantly. These differences were driven not only by general economic swings, but also by the varying price points and uses of different FCD categories. For example, most categories of yellow diamonds are considered more of an ornament and hence more sensitive to end consumer spending ...

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