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Abadia do Dourados

Little is know about the Abadia do Dourados diamond which was found in the Minas Gerais, Brazil in the mid-1940’s. This light brown diamond weighed around 104 carat. Minas Gerais was formed mainly by colonists who searched for veins of gold (discovered 1693) and gems, and later diamonds which come from the naturally occurring itacolumite rock that can be found in great […]

Argyle’s Ultra-Rare Red Diamonds

Argyle announced that it will feature three ultra-rare red diamonds in its upcoming Pink Diamond Tender—the most it has featured in its 30-year history. Among them is a 1.56 carat I2 fancy red, dubbed the Argyle Phoenix. “Since mining began in 1983, only six diamonds certified as Fancy Red by the Gemological Institute of America have […]

Petra Blue

Petra Diamonds Limited announced the recovery of a 25.5 carat blue diamond at the Cullinan mine in South Africa. The stone is considered to be a high quality gem diamond of top colour. Blue diamonds are among the rarest and most highly coveted of all diamonds and the Cullinan mine is the most important source […]

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 […]

Begum Blue

The “Begum Blue” diamond (seen here set in Princess Salima Aga Khan’s necklace)  is a 13.78 carat, fancy deep blue, heart-shaped diamond of unknown clarity. The “Begum Blue” diamond was the property of Princess Salima Aga Khan (formerly Sarah Croker Poole), the wife of His Royal Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan IV. The wife of the […]

Supreme Purple Star

Not much is know about this diamond that surfaced in London around 2002.It is believed to weigh somewhere between 2-5 carat and according to reports it was graded by the BGI (British Gemological Institute) with a color ranging from deep purple to a deep to vivid purplish red (cranberry), and according to the only picture available, it […]

The Vainer Briolette

The Vainer Briolette weighing 116.60 carat is a 192 facet diamond which the GIA graded as polish and symmetry excellent and color fancy light yellow. The diamond also enjoys, therefore, the distinction of being the largest diamond to have been faceted in London to date since the Regent, and holds its position as the second largest briolette […]

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 […]

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 […]

Walska

  According the Van Cleef & Arpels website, one of their most exquisite special orders is a delicate flying bird carrying a 95 carat briolette-shaped yellow diamond. In the 1930s, this unique gem belonged to the opera singer and socialite Ganna Walska, who wore it as a pendant. Ganna Walska (1887-1984) was a Polish opera […]

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