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Master Diamond Cutter Mike Botha Takes On Esperanza

June 26, 2015. That’s the date that Esperanza came to the surface at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas. Brooke Oskarson stopped at the park outside of Murfreesboro, Arkansas (the only place in the world where you can go to mine your own diamonds) on her trip back home from a wedding. 30 […]

$8 for a 1-in-a-billion diamond?

Over the centuries, dozens of extraordinary diamonds have been uncovered in India, South Africa and other countries known for producing diamonds. There have even been a few from the United State of America. Some 32,000 diamonds have been discovered at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas since 1972 when it was opened to […]

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

Argyle’s Ultra-Rare Red Diamonds

Argyle announced that it will feature three ultra-rare red diamonds in its upcoming Pink Diamond Tender—the most it has featured in its 30-year history. Among them is a 1.56 carat I2 fancy red, dubbed the Argyle Phoenix. “Since mining began in 1983, only six diamonds certified as Fancy Red by the Gemological Institute of America have […]

Shore Gold

Saskatoon-based Shore Gold Inc., which operates the Star-Orion diamond project in Canada (just outside Prince Albert), narrowed its net loss for the first quarter which ended on March 31, to $1.5 million from $3.8 million in the same period of last year. The exploration firm also recorded working capital of $7.2 million at the close […]

Petra Blue

Petra Diamonds Limited announced the recovery of a 25.5 carat blue diamond at the Cullinan mine in South Africa. The stone is considered to be a high quality gem diamond of top colour. Blue diamonds are among the rarest and most highly coveted of all diamonds and the Cullinan mine is the most important source […]

The Vainer Briolette

The Vainer Briolette weighing 116.60 carat is a 192 facet diamond which the GIA graded as polish and symmetry excellent and color fancy light yellow. The diamond also enjoys, therefore, the distinction of being the largest diamond to have been faceted in London to date since the Regent, and holds its position as the second largest briolette […]

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 […]

Niarchos

The Niarchos is a 128.25 carat colorless, flawless pear shape named after the late Stavros Niarchos, the Greek shipping magnate. In the rough, it weighed 426.5 carat, internally flawless. It was slightly chipped, likely due to contact with the mine’s underground crusher. Sir Ernest Oppenheimer considered that it possessed the most perfect color of any diamond he had ever […]

‘Allo ‘allo Alrosa….

Russian mining behemoth Alrosa has recovered a 145.44 carat diamond from the Yubileynaya Diamond Pipe. The octahedron-shaped diamond is transparent with a yellow hue. According to Alrosa’s diamond sorting center, the stone could be valued at up to $1 million at auction. The diamond’s dimensions are 35mm x 20mm x 26 mm. There are small […]

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