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Beautiful Stones

The Sovereign's Sceptre containing the largest flawless cut diamond in the world, the First Star of Africa, which weighs 530 carats. It was cut from the Cullinan Diamond, the largest diamond ever found, weighing over 3,000 carats, which was given fo King Edward VII by the Government of the Transvaal (South Africa) in 1907. Part of the Crown Jewels at The Tower of London

The Centenary Diamond is the third largest diamond to have been extracted from the DeBeers mine in South Africa. Its 273.85 carats is internally and externally flawless with a D color rating.

33.64cts_AAA Vivid Green_ Lustrous Pakistan Peridot_ Almost Flawless_ Oval

Inscribed royal spinel (balas ruby) weighing 249.3 carats. This majestic spinel is inscribed with the names of its six imperial owners and has the distinction of having the second-most number of such inscriptions. It was a gift from the Safavid Shah Abbas the Great of Iran to the Mughal emperor Jahangir in 1621

The Rockefeller Sapphire is a 62.02-carat, rectangular step-cut, internally flawless, cornflower blue sapphire of Burmese origin, with a rich highly saturated intense blue color, so characteristic of Burmese sapphires. The fine brilliant deep-blue color combined with the good clarity and transparency of the stone had made this unique sapphire the most expensive sapphire in the world.

‘Beau Sancy’ diamond sells for 9.7 million dollars. The 35-carat modified pear double rose cut gemstone, which since the early 17th century has successively been part of the crown jewels of France, Holland, England, Prussia and the German Empire. The diamond first entered the historical record in 1570

The William Sherman Diamond is one of five pendants from a diamond necklace. The necklace was a gift from the khedive of Egypt to Civil War General William Sherman for his daughter’s wedding in 1865. The necklace was subsequently divided among his three daughters. The pendant has an 8.52-carat pear shaped diamond surrounded by 17 round diamonds, graduating in size.

The most extravagant Tiffany & Co. diamond brooch of the twentieth century.  The 107-carat canary diamond is surmounted by a 23-carat pear-shaped D-flawless white diamond and surrounded by 80 carats of marquise and pear-shaped white diamonds.  Designed by Maurice Galli and John Loring in 1988, it was priced at fifteen million dollars.

Alexandrite-This unique and highly desired gemstone reflects colours that change with the light, rich and powerful green when the sun touches it and deep red with the light of night.