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The Shah Jahan

The Shah Jahan is table-cut or taviz diamond weighing 56.71 carat. It is one of several legendary diamonds that have been credited as a match for the Great Table Diamond first viewed and recorded by Jean-Baptiste Tavernier at Golconda in 1642 (though some claim this may be an error). Shah Jahan was the emperor of […]

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 Indore Pears

The Indore Pears were two almost identical, E VVS2 pear-shaped diamonds, originally weighing 46.95 carat and 46.70 carat respectively (Harry Winston re-cut them to 46.39 and 44.14 carat- more about that later). They were set as a pair of earrings, belonging to the Maharajah of Indore and worn by his Queen consort the Maharani. The early history […]

Le Grand Condé

Sometimes called the Condé Pink or Le Grand Condé, this 9.01 carat light pink pear-shaped stone is one of the most unusual of the legendary diamonds in the world. History or legend claim that agents of Louis XIII are said to have bought the stone in 1643 after which the King presented it to Louis […]

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 Dresden White

The Dresden white is 49.71 carat colorless cushion shaped diamond. Its clarity and color is not graded, but it is described as “absolute colorless”. Dresden white diamond is a Type IIa diamond free of nitrogen and other impurities. The diamond being a late 17th century or early 18th century stone, is undoubtedly of Indian origin,  […]

The Dresden Green

The Dresden Green Diamond, also known as “Dresden Green”, is a 41 carat natural green diamond, which probably originated in the Kollur mine in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. The Dresden Green is a rare Type IIa, and it is said to be internally flawless. It is named after Dresden, the capital of […]

Darya-ye Noor

The Darya-ye Noor which means “Sea of Light”, or “Ocean of Light” in Persian; is one of the largest diamonds in the world, weighing an estimated 182 carat. Its color  pale pink, is one of the rarest to be found in diamonds. This diamond, like the Koh-i-Noor, was mined at the Golconda mines, more specifically Paritala-Kollur […]

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 […]

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 […]

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