The first white diamond, sold in the US for $19 million, was originally made by a Japanese jeweller.
Then a Chinese company came along and sold a similar one for $100 million.
Today, a few hundred thousand white diamonds are produced each year.
But their value is much lower than diamonds made by Japanese, Chinese and European companies.
One reason is that white diamonds tend to last longer.
Another is that the diamonds are cheaper to make and more durable.
Now, the White Diamond Association says that the price of white diamonds is about 20 percent lower than the cost of diamonds made from the same materials.
This means that a $20,000, 12-carat diamond would cost about $2,000 more to make than the same diamond made from a diamond from a less-expensive country.
And it would also mean that a diamond made in a cheap country, such as China, would cost more than a similar diamond made at a high-end diamond factory in the United States.
“It’s not just the cost,” says David Fisch, an associate professor of marketing at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“They’re not just expensive diamonds.
It’s the quality and the durability.”
In a study, the association found that a 3-carach diamond was made in the same factory as a 4-caracte diamond, a 6-carad diamond and a 10-caracate diamond.
These are all the same size, but the quality of the diamonds is lower, the diamond companies say.
The cost of making a white diamond in the U.S. is estimated at $3.5 million, according to the association.
A 5-carash diamond, which is less expensive, costs about $6,000.
And a 5-karat diamond, the most expensive, is made in China, costing about $15,000 per carat.
So white diamonds may not be the most valuable, but they are the cheapest.
And if you want a fancy looking diamond, they’re not that expensive either.