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Star of the East

The Star of the East is 95-carat stone once owned by Evalyn Walsh McLean of Washington DC, who also owned the Hope Diamond. The Star of the East remained in Evalyn Walsh McLean’s ownership for 40 years or so. After her death, Harry Winston bought both diamonds and in 1951 he sold the Star of […]

Spoonmaker…

The Spoonmaker’s Diamond is an 86 carat pear-shaped diamond which is considered the pride of the Imperial Treasury exhibitions at the Topkapi Palace Museum (Turkey) and its most valuable single exhibit. Considered the fourth largest diamond of its kind in the world, it is kept under conditions of high security. Set in silver, surrounded by […]

Spirit of de Grisogono…

The Spirit of de Grisogono is the world’s largest cut black diamond and the world’s fifth largest diamond overall. Starting at an uncut weight of 587 carat, it was taken from its origin in west central Africa and cut by Swiss jeweler De Grisogono. The resulting mogul-cut diamond weighs 312.24 carat and is set in […]

The Star of Sierra Leone…

The 968.9 carat Star of Sierra Leone diamond was discovered by miners on February 14, 1972 in the Diminco alluvial mines in the Koidu area of Sierra Leone. It ranks as the third-largest gem-quality diamond and the largest alluvial diamond ever discovered. On October 3, 1972, Sierra Leone’s then-President, Siaka Stevens, announced that Harry Winston, […]

The Star of South Africa AKA Dudley Diamond

The Star of South Africa, also known as the Dudley Diamond, is a 47.69 carat white diamond found by a Griqua shepherd boy in 1869 on the banks of the Vaal River. The original stone, before cutting, weighed 83.5 carat. The finding of this large diamond spurred the rush by many prospectors to this new […]

Pear of the Season…

The Star of the Season is a 100.10 carat pear-shaped D-color, Internally Flawless stone. At $16,548,750 it held the world record for the highest price paid for a diamond at auction until the sale of the Wittelsbach-Graff diamond in 2008. Sources: Wikipedia Famous Diamonds

Olá lá! Estrela do Sul…

The Star of the South, also known as Estrela do Sul, is a diamond found in Brazil in 1853. The diamond was cut into a cushion shape and weighs 128.48 carat. The Star of the South is graded as a type IIa diamond, with a colour grading of fancy light pinkish-brown and a clarity of […]

The Steinmetz Pink….20 months of cutting and polishing…

The Steinmetz Pink is a diamond weighing 59.60 carat, rated in color as Fancy Vivid Pink by the Gemological Institute of America. The Steinmetz Pink is the largest known diamond having been rated Vivid Pink. As a result of this exceptional rarity, the Steinmetz Group took a cautious 20 months to cut the Pink. It was […]

The Arch

This 76.45 carat diamond gets its name from from Archduke Joseph August (1872-1962), a previous owner of the gem and a prince of the Hungarian line of the Hapsburg dynasty. The Archduke was a descendant of the Emperor Leopold II, son of Empress Maria Theresa who owned the famous Florentine Diamond, one of the most […]

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