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Jagersfontein

The Pam Brilliant

The 56.6 carat Pam Brilliant was cut from a piece of rough weighing around 115 carat, found at the famous Jagersfontein Mine in South Africa in 1891. It attracted the attention of Queen Victoria, who requested is shown to her at Osborne House. The Queen started negotiating to buy the diamond for the Duke of Clarence […]

The Winston Diamond

When Lillian Ross profiled Harry Winston in  The New Yorker in 1954- this is the stone being described. It was cut from a 154.5 carat rock found in 1951 at the Jagersfontein Mine in South Africa in 1951. Harry Winston bough it in London in 1953 for a very affordable $230k. It was cut into […]

Briolette of India

As we enter 2013, we can only think of one historical diamond worthy our featured diamond of the day – the oldest diamond on record in the known world. The Briolette of India is a colorless diamond weighing 90.38 carat that was found in India. It is cut in a briolette shape, and is a […]

Excelsior Diamond(s)

The Excelsior Diamond was found on June 30, 1893 at the Jagersfontein Mine by a worker while loading a truck. The man was able to hide the diamond from the supervisors but delivered it to the manager of the mine himself. Until 1905, when the larger Cullinan diamond was found, the Excelsior was the largest […]

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