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De Beers

Shortly after the formation of De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited in March 1888, a huge light yellow octahedral crystal was found in the De Beers Mine. The gem, named the “De Beers Diamond” weighed an astonishing 428.50 (old) carat (old carats being the pre-1913 non-metric carat) and measured 47.6 mm through its longest axis and […]

Sultan of Morocco

The Sultan of Morocco is claimed to be the fourth largest blue diamond. At 35.27 carat, this cushion shape grayish-blue diamond is believed to have been in possession of the Sultans in Morocco- however this fact had not been proved as it was impossible to discover the names of this legendary diamond’s owners. Moreover, most likely it […]

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 […]

The Blue Heart Diamond

The Blue Heart Diamond is 30.82 carat heart-shaped brilliant. Some reports refer to this unusual diamond as the “Eugénie Blue” although it is now recognized that there is no evidence of its having been owned by the Empress. Had she owned it, wouldn’t she have chosen to flee with it rather than the diamond which […]

Olá lá! Estrela do Sul…

The Star of the South, also known as Estrela do Sul, is a diamond found in Brazil in 1853. The diamond was cut into a cushion shape and weighs 128.48 carat. The Star of the South is graded as a type IIa diamond, with a colour grading of fancy light pinkish-brown and a clarity of […]

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 […]

Tickle me pink…

The Williamson pink diamond is flawless pink diamond discovered at the Williamson diamond mine in Tanzania in 1947. The owner of the mine, Canadian geologist Williamson, gave the uncut stone to Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip upon their wedding in November 1947. The 54.5 carat rough diamond was cut by London diamond cutters Briefel and […]

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