Famous Diamond Replicas bazu beau sancy black orlov orloff cullinan darya-i-nur dresden green french blue hope idol's eye koh-i-noor nur-al-ain pasha portuguese mirror of portugal sancy regent tavernier blue wittelsbach great table great mogul spoonmaker
Darya-i-Noor diamond Crown Jewels of Iran - The legendary Darya-i-Noor diamond of the Iranian crown jewels is one of the world's absolutely largest and rarest diamonds. The rarity lies in its unusual pale-pink color. The diamond weighs 182 carats (36.4 g) "Darya-ye Noor" in Persian means "The Sea of Light". "Koh-e Noor" is Persian for "The Mountain of Light".
The gem was thought to have a history extending to the Middle Ages, unfortunately recent research has revealed it was cut in Paris in 1908-9. Nevertheless, the gem is very unique and remains the most famous briolette-cut diamond in the world.
ALI AND NINO by Kurban Said, is the epic novel of enduring romance in a time of war. It has been hailed as one of the most romantic epic novels of all time./ when I get a minute to myself, I think I'll check this out.
The unique Maltese Tiger is the rarest tiger in the world. It is also known as Blue Tiger and had been reported mostly from the Fujian Province of China. It is said to have bluish fur with dark grey stripes. The term Maltese comes from domestic cat terminology for blue fur and refers to the slate grey coloration. Most of the Maltese Tigers that have been reported belong to South Chinese subspecies. Existence of Blue Tigers has also been reported from Myanmar and South Korea.