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Red Diamonds. Only a very few red diamonds are ever found. The color can be a purplish red, crimson, vermilion, or scarlet. For its size it is one of the most expensive diamonds ever. The Argyle Mine in Australia produces a small number of red diamonds. The largest and finest of these are auctioned every year or two, and sell for millions of dollars. Sells for 2-2.5 million/carat USD

The Victoria-Transvaal Diamond was cut from a 240-carat rough stone found at the Premier Mine in Transvaal, South Africa, in 1951. The pear shaped, fancy “champagne-colored” diamond was originally cut to 75 carats but then later recut to 67.89 carats for better proportions. Total weight of the 106 diamonds in the necklace is approximately 45 carats. The Victoria-Transvaal diamond was worn in the 1952 movie “Tarzan’s Savage Fury.”

“Winston Legacy”, a remarkable flawless, colorless pear-shaped diamond weighing more than 101 carats.

Close-up of the Koi diamond. The original 60 carat stone was found in the Congo in 2003. It is a low-quality stone with many flaws and inclusions, but has a unique combination of colors. It was cut down to a 32-carat koi fish shape.

Diamond Collection, Natural History Museum, London

✭ The Ahmadabad diamond, 78.86 carats, worth about 5 million dollars

Red Phantom Quartz or Quartz with iron oxide inclusions.

The Langerman Selection (Natural Colour Diamonds)