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The Iranian Yellows

The Iranian Yellows is a collection of diamonds that were acquired by Nasseridin Shah on a trip to Europe in 1889. These yellow diamonds are all South African in origin, and considering the year the diamonds were purchased, may have originated in the highly productive De Beers or Kimberley mines, that started production in the […]

The Queen of Holland

There are various different opinions concerning the history of this 135.92 carat cushion shape diamond. It owes its impressive size to an owner whose blessed foresight – or perhaps stubbornness – to ignore professional advice allowed the stone to fulfill its destiny as one large diamond instead of being cut into two smaller ones. The […]

Critical Cuts

  Great article by Diana Jarrett in this month’s issue of Jewellery Business Magazine. Read the article here -> Jewellery Business February 2013

The Indore Pears

The Indore Pears were two almost identical, E VVS2 pear-shaped diamonds, originally weighing 46.95 carat and 46.70 carat respectively (Harry Winston re-cut them to 46.39 and 44.14 carat- more about that later). They were set as a pair of earrings, belonging to the Maharajah of Indore and worn by his Queen consort the Maharani. The early history […]

Le Grand Condé

Sometimes called the Condé Pink or Le Grand Condé, this 9.01 carat light pink pear-shaped stone is one of the most unusual of the legendary diamonds in the world. History or legend claim that agents of Louis XIII are said to have bought the stone in 1643 after which the King presented it to Louis […]

It’s a kind of Blue Magic…

The Blue Magic is a pear-shaped fancy vivid blue diamond weighing 12.02 carat. It was graded by the GIA in 2004. The name “Blue Magic” for the diamond seems to emphasize the rare fancy vivid blue color of this unique diamond. The phenomenon of blue diamonds is an extremely rare occurrence in nature; on top […]

The Blue Lili

The fancy intense blue cushion-shaped, 30.06 carat Blue Lili diamond was cut by the William Goldberg, founder and former president of the William Goldberg Corporation. According to William Goldberg website, as he was shaping the stone, its intense blue color and fiery character reminded him of his wife, hence, he decided to name the processed […]

Diamonds by Chanel

The House of Chanel salutes Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel with this 3rd installment in the “Inside Chanel” series of videos. Videos and stills have been found in the Pathé-Gaumont archives and were brought together in a short film to showcase the 1932 collection, shown last September by Chanel at the Biennale des Antiquaires jewelry show in Paris. In 1933, designer Paul Iribe collaborated […]

February Birthstone: Amethyst

Amethyst, the gemstone believed by ancient Greeks and Romans to ward off the intoxicating powers of Bacchus, also is said to keep the wearer clear-headed and quick-witted.  Throughout history, the gemstone has been associated with many myths, legends, religions, and numerous cultures.  English regalia were even decorated with amethysts during the Middle Ages to symbolize royalty. It has […]

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 […]

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