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The Blue Heart Diamond

The Blue Heart Diamond is 30.82 carat heart-shaped brilliant. Some reports refer to this unusual diamond as the “Eugénie Blue” although it is now recognized that there is no evidence of its having been owned by the Empress. Had she owned it, wouldn’t she have chosen to flee with it rather than the diamond which […]

Eye of Brahma

Eye of Brahma Diamond also known as The Black Orlov weighs 67.50 carat.The diamond, originally 195 carat is said to have been discovered in the early 19th century in India. It supposedly featured as one of the eyes in a statue of the Hindu god Brahma in Pondicherry, until it was stolen by a monk. According […]

Strawn-Wagner…another Arkansas Diamond Star…

The Strawn-Wagner Diamond is one of only a few perfect diamonds found, weighing 3.09 carat. It was found in 1990 by Shirley Strawn of Murfreesboro, Arkansas, in the Crater of Diamonds State Park public search field. It was cut to 1.09 carats in 1997, and graded an AGS Ideal (0/0/0) by AGS Laboratories in 1998. […]

Angola Star…stars surround us…

The striking Angola Star was unearthed in its namesake country of Angola, after nearly a billion years in the making. Extremely unique in size, shape and character, it is the prize jewel of Diamond in the Rough’s impressive collection. The 217.39 carat whopper centrally mounted in a setting worthy to cradle a gemstone of this […]

Amsterdam Diamond

The Amsterdam Diamond is a black diamond weighing 33.74 carat, and has 145 facets. It is in a pear shape, and cut from a 55.85 carats chunk of rough. The stone is cut in a pear shape, with horizontally split main facets on the crown. The very rare black Amsterdam diamond weighs 33.74 carat. It […]

Amarillo Starlight

The Amarillo Starlight is the largest diamond found by a park visitor in the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas since 1972, when it was established as a state park. The Amarillo Starlight was found by W. W. Johnson of Amarillo, Texas in 1975 while he was vacationing at the park with his family. […]

Agra…calling Ridley Scott….

The Agra Diamond was graded by the Gemological Institute of America as a naturally colored Fancy Light Pink, VS2 clarity diamond. The story of the Agra Diamond is yet another incredible journey from India which calls for a Bollywood spectacular. The city of Agra was founded by the Mogul Emperors who made it their capitol for more […]

Allnatt Diamond – a 101.29ct fancy vivid yellow

The Allnatt Diamond measures 101.29 carat with a cushion cut, rated in color as Fancy Vivid Yellow by the Gemological Institute of America. This diamond is named after one of its holders, Major Alfred Ernest Allnatt, a soldier, sportsman, art patron and benefactor. While it is not known precisely where the Allnatt originated, many experts believe […]

Akbar Shah

The Akbar Shah is a 71.7 carat colorless- a Mughal dynasty diamond with a roughly pear-shaped outline and random faceting, including two Persian inscriptions, the first reading “Shah Akbar, the Grand King, 1028 A.H.” (the letters mean Anno Hegirae). The second inscription read “To the Lord of Two Worlds, 1039 A.H. Shah Jehan”. The diamond […]

The Great Chrysanthemum Diamond

The Great Chrysanthemum Diamond is a diamond measuring 104.15 carat with a Pear-Shaped Modified Brilliant Cut, rated in colour as Fancy Orange-Brown and I1 clarity by the Gemological Institute of America. The diamond’s origins are in South Africa, where it was bought by the jeweler Julius Cohen as a 198.28 carat rough in 1963. After buying […]

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