Where do colored diamonds come from?

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While many colored diamonds can come from the earth as they are mined the majority of them are man-made and colored by a process known as irradiation which is subjecting the gems to radiation.
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Colored diamonds come from deep in the earth's mantle just like clear diamonds. Certain other elements must present in formation for a diamond to be colored.
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