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    The first diamond found in South Africa in 1867 was 21.25 carats and given away by a farmer!

    AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND PENDENT NECKLACE, HEMMERLE The pendant designed as a step-cut aquamarine within a frame of circular-cut diamonds, the surmount similarly set, suspended from a necklace accented with brilliant-cut diamond rondelles, length approximately 405mm, maker's mark.

    Ahmadabad Diamond, started 157.5 carats, cut to 91 carats, now 78.86 carats

    Discovered in South Africa, the Cullinan is the largest diamond ever found. Ultimately it was cut into more than 100 smaller pieces, nine of which belong to the British royal family. At left is a brooch made out of Cullinan III and IV. The pear-shaped diamond is 94.4 carats, while the cushion-shaped one is 63.6 carats.

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    The Star of South Africa, aka The Dudley Diamond, a 47.69-carat old style pear-shaped diamond, was cut from a crystal of 83.50 carats, and is credited with being the diamond that turned the tides of fortune in South Africa.

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    Kwiat 'Vintage' Oval Diamond Ring

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    Mushroom Rocks, South Africa

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    Pink diamond necklace to go with the pink diamond ring that I need! // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► ◀︎

    Crown of Imperial Russia // - Maria Elena Garcia - ► ◀︎

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    South Africa - vintage travel poster

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    Acquired in 1935, the 726 carat Jonker was Harry Winston’s first important diamond purchase. The largest stone cut from the Jonker Diamond weighed 125.35 carats.