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Porges

The Porges Diamond is a fancy yellow, SI1 diamond weighing 78.53 carat and was bought by Harry Winston in 1962 who named it, as a tribute to the French diamond mining pioneer, Jules Porges. The diamond is most probably of South African origin, but any other details are lacking. By the time diamonds were discovered […]

The Iranian Yellows

The Iranian Yellows is a collection of diamonds that were acquired by Nasseridin Shah on a trip to Europe in 1889. These yellow diamonds are all South African in origin, and considering the year the diamonds were purchased, may have originated in the highly productive De Beers or Kimberley mines, that started production in the […]

A bird in the hand…

The Tiffany Yellow Diamond is one of the largest yellow diamonds ever discovered; it weighed 287.42 carat in the rough when discovered in 1878 in the Kimberley mine in South Africa, and was cut into a cushion shape of 128.54 carat with 90 facets—32 more than a traditional round brilliant—to maximize its brilliance (someone knew what […]

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