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Robert Mouawad

Pink Orchid

This purplish-pink marquise-shaped diamond weighs 22.84 carat and is known as the Pink Orchid. Graff Diamonds of London owns the stone. There’s not much information available on this particular gem. Large pink diamonds are extremely rare. This diamond is most likely naturally colored. Robert Mouawad, rhe famed collector of large and unusual diamonds has a […]

Mouawad Mondera

The Mouawad Mondera is a 60.19 carat D Flawless pear shape The stone was set as the center of a bra, pictured below, modeled by Karolina Kurkova. The green and pink floral pattern is actually emeralds and rubies and the total caratweight of the piece is about 320 carat. Not much is known about the […]

The Queen of Holland

There are various different opinions concerning the history of this 135.92 carat cushion shape diamond. It owes its impressive size to an owner whose blessed foresight – or perhaps stubbornness – to ignore professional advice allowed the stone to fulfill its destiny as one large diamond instead of being cut into two smaller ones. The […]

Ahmadabad

Ahmadabad, is the capitol of the Indian state of Gujarat. One famous visitor to Ahmadabad in the 1600’s was the French traveller and gem merchant, Jean Baptiste Tavernier. Over a period of 40 years, he made a total of six trips to the East. In chapter XXII of part II of his book Travels in India, […]

The Taylor-Burton Diamond

The Taylor-Burton Diamond is a diamond made famous when purchased by actor Richard Burton for his wife Dame Elizabeth Taylor in 1969, receiving worldwide publicity for its size and value. The original rough diamond was found in 1966 in the Premier Mine in South Africa, weighing 241 carats. It was cut by the legendary Harry […]

You speak Russian, eh?

The Tereschenko is a spectacular blue 42 carat antique pear brilliant cut. The original owners of the gem were the Tereschenko family. They were sugar-kings in pre-communist Russia. One member, Mikhail (1886-1956), who held advanced political views, became Kerensky’s Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1917. It is not known where it was found: theoretically, it may have […]

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