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The Beau Sancy

The Beau Sancy is a 34.98 carat modified “pear double rose cut” diamond that has been owned by a number of European royal houses. Cut from the famous gem mines in the Indian city of Golconda, the diamond made its way through four royal European families and once belonged to Queen Marie de Medici of France. […]

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 […]

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 […]


The Ashberg Diamond is a diamond, which was once believed to have been included in the Russian Crown Jewels. It weighs 102.48 carat. According to Internet Stones, The Ashberg diamond apparently was not part of the Russian crown jewels sold in 1927 to a British-American consortium, or pledged to Ireland around the same period and […]

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 […]


The second birthstone to be featured this month is Zircon. Derived from the Arabic words zar and gun, meaning gold and color, zircon is found in a wide range of colors such as: blue, yellow, orange, brown, green, colorless, and red (the most prized color). For many years colorless zircon was used to imitate diamonds. […]

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. […]

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