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The Kohinoor Diamond

Jewelry Diamond : Koh-I-Noor /Mountain of light The earliest recorded mention of the diamond is in. - Buy Me Diamond

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Have You Seen the Ring?: E IF Perfect Tiffany & co Loose Round Diamond

The Koh-I-Noor Diamond, one of the most famous diamond

The Legend of the Koh-I-Noor

Diamonds are the finest jewels and here is the collection of 10 Most EXPENSIVE & FINEST DIAMONDS of the World. Read and know why these are so expensive.

History of Kohinoor Diamond

The Koh-I-Noor Diamond: The stone is now set in the Maltese Cross at the front of the crown made for Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and is part of the Crown Jewels of England.

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Jewelry Diamond : Image Description The Martian Pink Lot a brilliant-cut fancy intense pink diamond ring of cts, by Harry Winston, sold at million/carat for a total of USD

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The 'Winston Legacy' is the largest white diamond ever to come to auction. The Type IIa, pear-shaped, D colour, flawless diamond was sold to Harry Winston at Christie's auction of jewels in Geneva on 15 May

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The Gem Collection

Blue Moon Diamond: One of the world’s rarest gems, the rough stone was originally sourced from the famous Cullinan mine in northeastern South Africa in January of this year. It was purchased by Cora International, a New York City manufacturer of diamond jewelry and a diamond supplier, for $26 million. Over the years, the Cullinan mine has produced numerous notable gems, including the largest-ever rough gem-quality diamond, which was discovered in 1905 and became part the British crown…

One of the world’s rarest gems, the Blue Moon Diamond, will be on exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County from September 13 through January

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Diamond jewel isolated on light blue background. Beautiful sparkling diamond on a light reflective surface. High quality render with HDRI lighting and ray traced textures.

Tereschenko Diamond: While the Tereschenko Diamond was known to be in existence for 100 years, it wasn't known by most of the world until it went on auction in 1984. It was part of the Tereschenko family as a loose stone until it was set in a diamond necklace by Cartier in 1915. Just after its completion and right before the Russian Revolution in 1916 the stone was removed from the country for safekeeping.

The Tereschenko Diamond. A fancy blue pear-shaped diamond weighing metric carats, the fourth largest recorded blue diamond

This diamond was named Star of the South ("Estrella do Sud"). It is a 128.48-carat, cushion-shaped stone, with a clarity of VS2, and color grading of fancy light pinkish brown

This diamond was named Star of the South ("Estrella do Sud"). It is a cushion-shaped stone, with a clarity of and color grading of fancy light pinkish brown

Yes please! Pink diamond

The Steinmetz Pink diamond was discovered in southern Africa and is the largest Fancy Vivid Pink diamond known in the world. Pink diamonds are extremely rare. The Steinmetz Pink weighs carats and has been graded as Internally Flawless.

24.78k Pink Diamond

Graff Pink Diamond million) Rivaling the Steinmetz Pink is the Graff Pink, a emerald-cut diamond once owned by the jeweler Harry Winston. But in the Fancy Intense Pink gem went up for auction! I'd be afraid to wear it.

5 carat FANCYS Color Type | A Pink Diamond

5 carat FANCYS Color Type | A Pink Diamond

The Hortensia Diamond is a pale pink, orange diamond that was originally part of the jewel collection of the French Crown. It was lost/stolen with all of the other gems in Marie Antoinette's collection during the French Revolution. A man named Depeyron confessed its secret location while on the chopping block facing execution. The diamond gets its name from Hortense de Beauharnais the Queen of Holland who wore the diamond. It was also mounted on the epaulette braid of Napoleon for a short…

hortensia diamond 20 Carats, a peach coloured stone, named after the Queen of Holland, the step-daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte. This gem is part of the French Crown Jewels and is seen at the Louvre in Paris.

Potemkin Diamond (Russian Crown Jewels)

Potemkin Diamond (Russian Crown Jewels), also belonged to Empress Eugenie, oval-shaped brilliant diamond, perfectly cut, and weighing 51 carats. RP BY LINDA HAMMERSCHMID

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