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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 […]

The Zale Light of Peace

In 1969 (must’ve been that summer)- Dallas-based Zales Corporation purchased a fine blue-white gem weighing 434.6 carat, the source of which was simply stated as West Africa (most certainly from Sierra Leone). After two years work in New York the outcome was thirteen gems totally 172.46 carat. The biggest, a pear shape cut with 111 […]

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 […]

Chloe Diamond

A huge flawless white diamond was sold on November 14, 2007 for nearly 18.2 million Swiss francs ($16.21 million) to Guess Jeans founder Georges Marciano, who named it the “Chloe Diamond” after his daughter, Sotheby’s auctioneers said. The brilliant-cut “Chloe” diamond, which weighs 84.37 carat, is one of the most expensive stone ever sold at auction. […]

Imperial Great White Jacob Diamond…or something like that

The Jacob Diamond is a large diamond, ranked seventh in the world, known earlier as the Imperial or Great White Diamond. It is believed to be the Victoria Diamond, owned by the Nizam of Hyderabad and currently owned by the Government of India. It is cut in a rectangular cushion-cut, with 58 facets, and measures 39.5 […]

Millennium Star

The Millennium Star is a famous diamond owned by De Beers. At 203.04 carat, it is the world’s second largest known top-color (D), internally and externally flawless, pear-shaped diamond. The diamond was discovered in the Mbuji-Mayi district of Zaire (Democratic Republic of the Congo) in 1990 in alluvial deposits; uncut, it was 777 carat. This […]

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