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The 1.56-carat fancy red "Argyle Phoenix" diamond flanked by two fancy red diamonds from Rio Tinto's Pink Diamonds Tender Collection

The fancy red "Argyle Phoenix" diamond flanked by two fancy red diamonds from Rio Tinto's Pink Diamonds Tender Collection

The 0.95 ct Hancock Red diamond, auctioned by Christie's New York on April 28, 1987. ©GIA & Tino Hammid

The ct Hancock Red diamond, auctioned by Christie's New York on April ©GIA & Tino Hammid

Veja quais são as pedras preciosas mais valiosas do mundo - Esse é o maior diamante vermelho já encontrado no mundo – e também foi descoberto aqui no Brasil. Com quase um quilo, essa raridade possui um corte triangular característico, capaz de fazer com que ele emita mais brilhos e reflexos. Foi descoberto em 1990, nas Minas Gerais, na região de Alto Paranaíba.comprada em 2002 por Shlomo Moussaieff. Mega Curioso

Veja quais são as pedras preciosas mais valiosas do mundo

The Great Chrysanthemum Diamond: In the summer of 1963, a 198.28-carat fancy brown diamond was found in the South African diamond fields. This unusual stone was purchased by...

The Great Chrysanthemum Diamond: In the summer of a fancy brown diamond was found in the South African diamond fields. This unusual stone was purchased by.

2.86-carat pear-shaped DeYoung Pink Diamond comes from the Williamson mine in Tanzania.

The lively pear-shaped DeYoung Pink Diamond comes from the Williamson mine in Tanzania. The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) graded the DeYoung Pink as a natural fancy intense purplish-pink diamond with a clarity grade of

Among the exceptionally rare coloured diamonds on display in Tokyo, Japan, as part of the Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender 2013 are, left to right, the Argyle Aurelia, Argyle Phoenix, Argyle Seraphina and Argyle Celestial dimaonds.

Rio Tinto showcases some of the rarest coloured diamonds in the world in Tokyo

Among the exceptionally rare coloured diamonds on display in Tokyo, Japan, as part of the Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender 2013 are, left to.

"Pink Diamond" from the DeYoung Collection on display at the Smithsonium.

A pink diamond On display at the Smithsonian from the DeYoung Collection . A pink diamond was donated in a bright pink pear shape weighing carats, which originated from the Williamson mine in Tanzania.

DeYoung Red Diamond. 5.03 carat

GEMS The DeYoung Red Diamond Is One Of The Largest Known Natural Fancy Dark Red Diamonds. Grade Of Weighs Carats. Gifted To The National Gem Collection By Mr. DeYoung, A Boston Jeweler. Originally Was Wrongly Identified As Garnet.

The Dresden Green Diamond, is a 41 carat natural green diamond, a rare Type IIa, said to be internally flawless,

Named after the Saxony Capital in Germany, the Dresden Green is the largest green diamond ever found. A 41 carat, type IIa flawless diamond, it is assumed to have been found in the Kollur mine of India in the early

The world's largest and rarest diamonds together in the palm of Laurence Graff's hands - totals an incredible 742.08 carats.    Clockwise from top:    The Delaire Sunrise  The Wittelsbach- Graff  The Graff Pink  The Blue Ice  The Magnificence  The Flame  The Graff Constellation  The Graff Sweethearts

Laurence Graff (Graff Diamonds) holds cts in diamonds.Clockwise, upper position Delaire Sunrise (yellow) WittelsbachGraff (blue diamond) Graff Pink Blue Ice The Magnificence The Flame The Constellation Graff The Graff Sweethearts

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A remarkable trio of reds: the Argyle Aurora, Argyle Prima and Argyle Allegro.

Argyle Aurora red diamond - The Argyle Aurora, an oval-shaped 1.47 carat Fancy red diamond, takes its name from Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty. It is the second largest Fancy red diamond ever offered at tender.

Annual Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender draws strength from the Australian Ballet

Argyle Aurora red diamond - The Argyle Aurora, an oval-shaped carat Fancy red diamond, takes its name from Princess Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty. It is the second largest Fancy red diamond ever offered at tender.

The Agra diamond derived its name from its first recorded location; the city of Agra, whose other claim to fame is being home to the famous Taj Mahal. The Agra was graded by the Gemological Institute of America as a naturally colored Fancy Light Pink, VS2 clarity diamond. It measured 32.34 carats and was purchased by the SIBA Corporation of Hong Kong, the same company that owns the Allnatt Diamond, for almost $7,000,000.

“THE AGRA DIAMOND “ antique cushion-shaped stellar brilliant, 28 carats. Stolen by England , one cut piece was purchased by Hong Kong.

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