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  • Ronda Harvey-Mitchell

    The Cullinan Found in 1905 in South Africa Its size was 3106 carats divided up, it created 9 major diamonds, 96 smaller ones and additional pieces totalling 9.5 carats. It was given to the Royal Family as a birthday present and has remained with them in their crown jewels since

  • Kai Cooper

    The Cullinan I – aka the Star of Africa. 530.20 carat diamond.

  • Liloveve Jewelry School

    The pear shaped Great Star of Africa, discovered in 1095, was cut from the Cullinan diamond that originally weighed 3106 carats or 1 1/3 lbs! Now cut into 530.2 carats, it is currently listed as the largest cut diamond in the world.

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The Cullinan yellow diamond. The ring itself is rose gold and it is set with hundreds of small white diamonds to compliment the beautiful yellow centre stone to enhance the intensity of the yellow gem.

The Crown Jewels: The Sovereigns Sceptre containing the World's largest flawless cut diamond.

The Cullinan I, aka the Greater Star of Africa , is the largest of the Cullinan diamonds, with a pear-shaped cut and weighing 530.20 carats. It is the largest, D-color, faceted diamond in the world. The dimensions of the diamond are 58.9 x 45.4 x 27.7 mm. The stone has a total of 76 facets.

Star of Africa, the world's largest flawless cut diamond. It is a whopping 530 carats!

In 1907, the Great Star of Africa was given to King Edward VII of England and set into the Royal Scepter.

The Cullinan VI lower, 8.80 carat diamond and Cullinan VIII upper, 6.80 carat diamond

Star of Africa, the world's largest flawless cut diamond. It is a whopping 530 carats!

The nine numbered pieces of the Cullinan Diamond. The two largest duamonds are in queen Elizabeth's scepter and crown. The other seven diamonds are in three brooches, one necklace and a ring owned by Queen Elizabeth.

The Sovereign's Sceptre with Cross that is set with the largest of the Cullinan diamonds known as the Star of Africa or Cullinan I that weighs 530.2 carats. The Sceptre is part of the Crown Jewels. britain tiara came from south africa

The Cullinan IV (upper, 63.60 carats) and Cullinan III Diamonds (lower, 94.40 carats), set in a pendant brooch. and owned by Queen Elizabeth II as part of the Crown Jewels.