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Lucara’s 9.46 carat rare Type II Blue

Lucara Diamond recovered a 9.46-carat rare Type II blue diamond from its Karowe Mine in Botswana. The diamond, the first of its kind found at the mine, will be sold at Lucara’s upcoming November 26 tender. “The recovery of such a rare stone is of great importance to the Karowe asset,” said Lucara president and […]

Millennium Star

The Millennium Star is a famous diamond owned by De Beers. At 203.04 carat, it is the world’s second largest known top-color (D), internally and externally flawless, pear-shaped diamond. The diamond was discovered in the Mbuji-Mayi district of Zaire (Democratic Republic of the Congo) in 1990 in alluvial deposits; uncut, it was 777 carat. This […]

To design is to dream…

On Thursday, we will be in Big Sky Country- Livingston, Montana to spend some quality time with the team at Elichai Fine Jewelry. Elichai understands design, and get what our diamond design is all about! The Elichai team emphatically believe custom jewelry design is a collaborative process that involves melding their customer’s unique vision with their […]

Fly me to the moon…

The Moon of Baroda is a 24.04 carat cut diamond discovered in Vadodara (Baroda), India. The diamond, canary yellow in colour, is cut in a pear shape. When found, the rough diamond weighed 25.95 carat (5.19 g). The Moon of Baroda was originally owned by the Maharajas of Baroda.The royal family of Gaekwad Maharajas was […]

Mouna landing…

The Mouna Diamond weighs 112.53 carats and is VS1 clarity. When it was submitted to the GIA on November 9th, 1995, they stated that up until this date it was the largest Fancy Intense Yellow diamond that they had ever graded. The cushion-shaped stone is 26 mm in diameter set in a baguette-cut mount by […]

From Mars…

This 12.04 carat pink diamond sold by auction in May 2012 for US $17 million, “the largest round fancy intense pink diamond to ever go under the hammer”, according to Christie’s. The 12-carat gem got its name in 1976 when it was sold by US jeweller Harry Winston. It was the same year the US […]

Red this…

The Moussaieff Red Diamond (formerly known as the Red Shield Diamond) is a diamond measuring 5.11 carats with a triangular brilliant cut (sometimes called a trillion or a trilliant cut), rated in color as Fancy Red by the Gemological Institute of America. It is the world’s largest known red diamond. The Moussaieff Red was discovered in […]

Nassak

The Nassak Diamond (also known as the Nassac Diamond and the Eye of the Idol is a large, 43.38 carat diamond that originated as a larger diamond in the 15th century in India. Found in the Amaragiri mine located in Mahbubnagar, Andhra Pradesh, India, and originally cut in India, the diamond adorned the statue of […]

Nepal Diamond

The Nepal Diamond. Very little is known about its early history, though it is believed to have been found in the in the alluvial diamond fields in the vicinity of Golconda. Certainly both the color and quality of the gem are worthy of the source. Unlike so many fine Indian diamonds this one did not […]

Nizam…

The Nizam Diamond is believed to have been the most famous diamond in its time. There are tales about its size, somewhere between 340 and 400 carat. The story goes back to the rulers of Golconda, and is believed to have been found at Kollur Mine. The precious stone gets its name from the Prince Nizam […]

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