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Esperanza: A diamond unlike any other

“When I first saw and held Esperanza, it was smooth as silk and glowed like the moon. I don’t see a lot of rough diamonds, but I never knew they could look like she did!” ~ Laura Stanley, Stanley Jewelers Gemologist Read the Jewellery Business Magazine article: Esperanza: A diamond unlike any other

Begum Blue

The “Begum Blue” diamond (seen here set in Princess Salima Aga Khan’s necklace)  is a 13.78 carat, fancy deep blue, heart-shaped diamond of unknown clarity. The “Begum Blue” diamond was the property of Princess Salima Aga Khan (formerly Sarah Croker Poole), the wife of His Royal Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan IV. The wife of the […]

The Zale Light of Peace

In 1969 (must’ve been that summer)- Dallas-based Zales Corporation purchased a fine blue-white gem weighing 434.6 carat, the source of which was simply stated as West Africa (most certainly from Sierra Leone). After two years work in New York the outcome was thirteen gems totally 172.46 carat. The biggest, a pear shape cut with 111 […]

Sultan of Morocco

The Sultan of Morocco is claimed to be the fourth largest blue diamond. At 35.27 carat, this cushion shape grayish-blue diamond is believed to have been in possession of the Sultans in Morocco- however this fact had not been proved as it was impossible to discover the names of this legendary diamond’s owners. Moreover, most likely it […]

Porges

The Porges Diamond is a fancy yellow, SI1 diamond weighing 78.53 carat and was bought by Harry Winston in 1962 who named it, as a tribute to the French diamond mining pioneer, Jules Porges. The diamond is most probably of South African origin, but any other details are lacking. By the time diamonds were discovered […]

The Blue Lili

The fancy intense blue cushion-shaped, 30.06 carat Blue Lili diamond was cut by the William Goldberg, founder and former president of the William Goldberg Corporation. According to William Goldberg website, as he was shaping the stone, its intense blue color and fiery character reminded him of his wife, hence, he decided to name the processed […]

Diamonds by Chanel

The House of Chanel salutes Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel with this 3rd installment in the “Inside Chanel” series of videos. Videos and stills have been found in the Pathé-Gaumont archives and were brought together in a short film to showcase the 1932 collection, shown last September by Chanel at the Biennale des Antiquaires jewelry show in Paris. In 1933, designer Paul Iribe collaborated […]

The Blue Empress

The Blue Empress is a spectacular 14 carat perfectly symmetrical pear-shaped, fancy vivid blue diamond.The most distinguishing feature of the diamond is its perfect symmetrical shape. it was mined at the Premier Diamond Mine in South Africa and was purchased from De Beers by the Steinmetz Group of Geneva, a leading diamond specialist. The clarity […]

The Arcots I&II

The Hanoverian rulers of Great Britain amassed a large collection of personal jewelry and Queen Charlotte, the consort of King George III, was surely no exception  She received many jewels, the most notable being the diamonds she was given by the Nawab of Arcot. These included five brilliants, the largest of which was a 38.6 carat oval-shaped stone […]

Sefadu

The Sefadu  is an uncut diamond weighing 620 carat which easily makes it one of the worlds’ largest diamonds. It’s owned by leading diamond manufacturer Lazare Kaplan- its current whereabouts is unknown. It is one of the largest rough stone ever found, and the only one of the top stones never to have been cut.   The Tolkowsky Connection…amongst others In 1919, […]

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