The Tereschenko Blue Diamond (Терещенко). 42.92 carat, pear-shaped. Its original owners were the Tereschenko's, a family of sugar magnates in pre-communist Russia. In 1915, Mikhail Tereschenko instructed Cartier to mount the gem as the centerpiece of a necklace containing a variety of fancy colored diamonds.
The Idol's Eye Diamond. 70.20 carats, light blue, semi-triangular modified antique brilliant. 86 white diamonds totaling 35 carats (specs from Wiki, take them as you will)
The Heart of Eternity was discovered in South Africa in the Premier Diamond Mine. It is extremely rare as it has a fancy vivid blue color, even though blue diamonds account for less than 0.1% of the mine’s output. It is cut like a heart and weighs 27.64 carats. It was cut by the Steinmetz Group, and then sold to the de Beers Consolidated Mines. The Heart of Eternity diamond was then included in their Millennium Jewels Collection. Sayyid Qadri is rumored to be the current owner after purchasing i
Four British officers passing by went to their aid, and managed to detain one of the assailant. The press reported that the evidence indicated that the robbery was not the motive for the crime, but rather revenge or an attempt at abduction. The Times stated Bombay police were offering a reward of 10,000 rupees for info but added 'it is feared however the organization behind the gang is so powerful, wealthy and unscrupulous, it would offer even greater inducements to remain silent.
The Victoria-Transvaal is a 67.89-carat, brownish-yellow pear shaped stone. It was cut from a 240-carat crystal that was found in the Transvaal, South Africa. The first cutting produced a 75-carat 116-facet stone that measured 1 x 1³/8 inches; a recutting retained the same length and width, but reduced the depth to better proportions, making it more brilliant. The diamond has been featured in several Hollywood films, including a Tarzan episode from 1952 titled Tarzan's Savage Fury, and in leading exhibitions in the United States and Canada.