Definitions for "Carbon Spots"
Any black-appearing inclusions in a diamond caused by the addition of the minerals graphite or hornblende.
It is a black-appearing inclusions in diamonds, which is caused by the addition of graphite or homblende minerals.
An inaccurate term used by some people in the jewelry industry to describe the appearance of certain inclusions in a diamond. The term refers to included crystals that have a dark appearance, rather than a white or transparent appearance, when viewed under a microscope. In most cases, these dark inclusions are not visible to the naked eye, and do not affect the brilliance of the diamond.