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Eureka!

The Eureka Diamond was the first diamond discovered in South Africa. It weighed 21.25 carat, and was found near Hopetown on the Orange River in 1867. The diamond, cut to a 10.73 carat cushion-shaped brilliant, is currently on display at the Mine Museum in Kimberley. The diamond was discovered by Erasmus Jacobs, the 15 year […]

Empress Eugénie

The Empress Eugénie Diamond is 52 carat antique pear-shaped brilliant with an odd, random facet pattern. Believed to be of Brazilian origin, this much traveled diamond has not only changed hands many times, it’s also one of the few diamonds to successfully change its name. Its history is that familiar tale of royal ownership highlighted […]

Excelsior Diamond(s)

The Excelsior Diamond was found on June 30, 1893 at the Jagersfontein Mine by a worker while loading a truck. The man was able to hide the diamond from the supervisors but delivered it to the manager of the mine himself. Until 1905, when the larger Cullinan diamond was found, the Excelsior was the largest […]

The Florentine

The Florentine Diamond is a lost diamond of Indian origin. It is light yellow in colour with very slight green overtones. It is cut in the form of an irregular (although very intricate) nine-sided 126 facet double rose cut, with a weight of 137.27 carat. The stone is also known as the Tuscan, the Tuscany […]

Golden Eye

The Golden Eye Diamond is a flawless 43.51 carat Fancy Intense Yellow diamond, claimed by one of its past owners to be the world’s largest of its cut and color. It is believed to come from the Kimberley area of South Africa. The Golden Eye Diamond had been obtained from the Van Wyk family of […]

Lost? The Great Mogul…

The Great Mogul diamond is the largest diamond ever found in India. It was discovered as a 787 carat rough stone in the Golconda mines in 1650 and subsequently was cut by the Venetian lapidary Hortentio Borgis. The French jewel trader Jean-Baptiste Tavernier first described it on November 1st 1665, he was calling on Aurangzeb at […]

The Gruosi Diamond

The Gruosi Diamond is a 115.34 carat heart-shaped black diamond. The famous Swiss jeweller Fawaz Gruosi is credited for starting the current enthusiasm for black diamond jewelry, launching the current fashion for black diamond in 1996 by creating some eye-catching collections of jewelry and watches set with black diamonds. He is now exhibiting a heart-shaped […]

Heart of Eternity

The Heart of Eternity is a diamond measuring 27.64 carat, rated in color as “Fancy Vivid Blue” by the GIA. The Heart of Eternity was cut by the Steinmetz Group, who owned the diamond before selling it to the De Beers Group. The Heart of Eternity is a member of an exceedingly rare class of […]

Le bleu de France…

Described as the most famous diamond in the world- the Hope Diamond, also known as “Le bleu de France” or “Le Bijou du Roi”, is a large, 45.52 carat deep-blue diamond, now housed in the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C. It is blue to the naked eye because of trace amounts of boron […]

An Idol’s Eye

The Idol’s Eye is a 70.21 carat light blue diamond. The first authenticated fact in the diamond’s history was its appearance at a Christie’s sale in London on July 14th, 1865, when it was described as “a splendid large diamond known as the Idol’s Eye set round with 18 smaller brilliants and a framework of […]

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