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$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

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 […]

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 […]

Sirius Star® 100

We’re proud to announce the largest Sirius Star® 100 to date. It’s not every day that a diamond manufacturer announces the completion of a diamond, but this one is of extra special significance to the creators of the world’s brightest diamond®. “We were certain that gaining massive brilliance and symmetry would more than compensate for […]

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 […]

Aurora Pyramid of Hope

A symbol of hope. The Aurora Pyramid of Hope is the most comprehensive natural color diamond collection in the world and represents a collection of 296 diamonds weighing a total of 267.45 carat. All the colors of the spectrum that diamonds produce are represented in various shapes, saturation and modifiers including blue diamonds, pink diamonds, […]

Aurora Butterfly of Peace

The Aurora Butterfly of Peace diamond collection is an artwork consisting of 240 natural, fancy colored diamonds weighing a combined total of 167 carat. This butterfly-shaped diamond mosaic was created over a period of twelve years by Alan Bronstein and Harry Rodman. The diamonds were collected and assembled one stone at a time. The Aurora […]

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. […]

The Premier Rose Collection…

A little bit of Master Diamond Cutters‘ family history is included today. The Premier Rose Diamond at 353.9 carat was one of the large rare gems produced by Premier Mine, of De Beers in South Africa It was mined in March 1978. The diamond was purchased by Mouw Diamond Cutting in Johannesburg in partnership with William […]

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