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The Victoria-Transvaal

  Transvaal is not a name you hear very often these days. It used to be known as the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (South African Republic) and after Cecil John Rhodes’  Anglo Boer War, it become the Transvaal Colony for about a decade and when the Union was established, it become known as the Transvaal Province. More recently, […]

The Dresden White

The Dresden white is 49.71 carat colorless cushion shaped diamond. Its clarity and color is not graded, but it is described as “absolute colorless”. Dresden white diamond is a Type IIa diamond free of nitrogen and other impurities. The diamond being a late 17th century or early 18th century stone, is undoubtedly of Indian origin,  […]

Sirius Star®

The world’s brightest diamond®, Sirius Star® is now trademarked. What started out as an experiment into increasing the light performance of a round (brilliant), resulted in what is now known as Sirius Star®. It started of with 80 inclined facets, followed by 88 and soon thereafter, 100. Continued research in pushing the briefke resulted in several different shapes […]

Darya-ye Noor

The Darya-ye Noor which means “Sea of Light”, or “Ocean of Light” in Persian; is one of the largest diamonds in the world, weighing an estimated 182 carat. Its color  pale pink, is one of the rarest to be found in diamonds. This diamond, like the Koh-i-Noor, was mined at the Golconda mines, more specifically Paritala-Kollur […]

The Cullinan Diamond

Late one afternoon in 1905, Mr. Frederick Wells, the superintendent of the prolific Premier Mine in South Africa, was making a routine inspection trip through the mine when his attention was attracted by something reflecting the last slanting rays of the setting sun. Curious, he stopped for a closer look. He was eighteen feet below […]

The Cora Sun-Drop

The Cora Sun-Drop Diamond is the largest yellow pear-shaped diamond known, weighing 110.3 carat being sold for $10.9 million it has set a world record for a yellow diamond. The Sun-Drop has a very short history. It was found in South Africa in 2010 within a kimberlite pipe. Tests show that the diamond was formed […]

Chloe Diamond

A huge flawless white diamond was sold on November 14, 2007 for nearly 18.2 million Swiss francs ($16.21 million) to Guess Jeans founder Georges Marciano, who named it the “Chloe Diamond” after his daughter, Sotheby’s auctioneers said. The brilliant-cut “Chloe” diamond, which weighs 84.37 carat, is one of the most expensive stone ever sold at auction. […]

De Beers Centenary Diamond

The De Beers Centenary Diamond is, at 273.85 carat, the third-largest diamond to have been produced in the Premier Mine. The Centenary Diamond is rated in color as grade D color by the GIA which is the highest grade of colourless diamond and is internally and externally flawless. It was named the Centenary Diamond as […]

Cullinan Heritage

In September 2009, the Cullinan mine once again captivated the world with the recovery of an extraordinary white diamond weighing 507 carat. This spectacular and historic gem was named the Cullinan Heritage to reflect the date of its recovery on Heritage Day in South Africa, as well as its origins from the illustrious Cullinan mine, […]

Briolette of India

As we enter 2013, we can only think of one historical diamond worthy our featured diamond of the day – the oldest diamond on record in the known world. The Briolette of India is a colorless diamond weighing 90.38 carat that was found in India. It is cut in a briolette shape, and is a […]

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