This 10.83-carat pink pear-shaped diamond is (or was) owned by Lawrence Graff of London. It is Internally Flawless and probably has the
The Steinmetz Pink is probably the finest pink diamond in the world presently. It weighs 59.60 carats and has been graded as Internally
The Star of South Africa, a 47.69-carat old style pear-shaped diamond,
Unnamed 56.03-carat pear-shaped diamond, set in a platinum pendant
The Star of the East as a pendant to a V-shaped diamond necklace with two flawless matching pear shaped blue diamonds attached.
The Shah is an 88.70-carat, bar-shaped, partially polished diamond bearing three engraved markings. It was probably found in Golconda,
Duchess of Windsor Necklace with five pear-shaped emeralds from 5.8 to 14.6 carats (Cartier)and a 48.95-carat Diamond and Emerald Pendant
Jewelry and Accessories
Pear-Shaped Diamond Ring in 14k White Gold - This vintage inspired tear drop pavé diamond ring features 0.47 Carat T.W. SI2-I2, H-I diamonds
One of the rarest gems in the world, a flawless blue diamond, has sold for $US7.98 million ($8.9 million) at a Sotheby's auction in Hong Kong, making it the most expensive gemstone per carat in the world sold at auction.
Pear-Shaped Emerald & Diamond Pendant Earrings
Blue Diamond Sells For Record £6.2-Million at Bonhams, A rare 5.30-carat blue diamond ring sets a new record, A rare deep blue diamond weighing 5.30 carats has set a new world record at auction, fetching an astonishing $1.8 million (£1.18m) per carat at Bonhams Fine Jewelry auction yesterday. The sale smashed the previous world record for a blue diamond, which was $1.68 million (approximately £1 million) per carat. The ring by Bulgari was sold for £6.2 million to Graff Diamond.
The Kimberley diamond: A Flawless, 70-carat, step cut, champagne-colored diamond that was found in the Kimberley Mine, South Africa. It was
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The Black Orloff Diamond. A 68 carat stunner originally owned by Catherine the Great and passed down through the Russian royal family.
De Beers Centenary Diamond: $100,000,000 The De Beers Centenary Diamond were classified as D levels by the Gemological Institute of America. It’s the highest grade of a diamond that colorless and internally and externally flawless. The diamond itself is 273.85 carats (54.77 grams) in weight. This diamond is the 3rd largest diamond has been produced by De Beer’s Premier Mine.
Bulgari diamond and blue diamond crossover ring, 1960. Obliquely-set with a pear-shaped diamond, weighing 3.93 carats and a pear-shaped