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The 67.50 ct Black Orlov diamond is probably the most famous natural color black diamond. GIA (102314) ( via George Clooney on Pinterest )

The carat Black Orlov diamond is probably the most famous natural color black diamond.

The Logan Sapphire Originally from Sri Lanka, this 423-carat violet blue sapphire is roughly the size of an egg. It belonged to a Washington, D.C., socialite, Mrs. Polly Logan, who donated the stone to the Smithsonian’s collection in 1960.

The Logan Sapphire

The Logan Sapphire Flawless sapphire is the second largest known one in the world, a staggering carats. The cushion-cut stone is one of the world's largest and most famous sapphires, set in a brooch surrounded by 20 round-cut diamonds weighing 16 carats.

Blue Moon Diamond: One of the world’s rarest gems, the rough stone was originally sourced from the famous Cullinan mine in northeastern South Africa in January of this year. It was purchased by Cora International, a New York City manufacturer of diamond jewelry and a diamond supplier, for $26 million. Over the years, the Cullinan mine has produced numerous notable gems, including the largest-ever rough gem-quality diamond, which was discovered in 1905 and became part the British crown…

One of the world’s rarest gems, the Blue Moon Diamond, will be on exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County from September 13 through January

The Beau Sancy is a 34.98-carat (6.996 g) modified "pear double rose cut" diamond[1] found in India that has been owned by a number of European royal houses.

The Beau Sancy Diamond. Passed down through the Royal Families of France, England, Prussia and the House of Orange, the carat modified pear double rose cut diamond has been the witness of 400 years of European history.

The Star of the Season: a pear-shaped stone of 100.10 carats, D-color and internally flawless, bought at Sotheby's in Geneva during May, 1995. The final price of US 16,548,750 paid by Sheikh Ahmed Fitaihi of Saudi Arabia.

The Star of the Season Diamond: Famous Large Diamonds - Chatelaine's Gemstones, Antiques and Appraisals Magazine

The Hope diamond returned to its Cartier setting. Housed at the Smithsonian.

The Hope is a diamond that’s believed to be cursed, despite its positive moniker I saw this at the Smithsonian .

Trendy Diamond Rings : Harry Winston - magnificent blue sapphire with diamonds on platinum. - Buy Me Diamond

The Light of Golconda ring, a rare 33.03-carat diamond mounted in platinum. It was mined from the ancient kingdom of Golconda (in today’s Indian state of Hyderabad)

The Light of Golconda ring, a rare diamond mounted in platinum. It was mined from the ancient kingdom of Golconda (in today’s Indian state of Hyderabad), a place that once attracted rich princes, traders and adventurers to its bazaars and gem markets.

The Idol’s Eye is one of the most mysterious diamonds in the world. Its entire history is unknown;The only clue is its name, The Idol’s Eye. It appeared in a note, at Christie’s when it was described as flawless large diamond.It was bought by an anonymous buyer & disappeared again for some years.Its owners changed several times afterwards & was bought in 1979 by Mr.Laurence Graff,who sold it again in 1983,to an anonymous buyer who is believed to own the diamond today ,from Iryna

"The Idols Eye" one of the most mysterious diamonds, it's entire history is unknown, knowone knew who discovered it, where it came from or who owned it

GORGEOUS!!!  London Blue Topaz beauty bling jewelry fashion

Fine Jewelry with Carol Brodie London Blue Topaz and Blue Diamond Ring. Double-prong-set for secure style, the piece's cushion-cut Brazilian London blue topaz lights a frame of black rhodium-accented, pavé-set round blue diamonds.

The ‘Kaşıkçı Elması’ (Spoonmaker's Diamond) is a 86 carats (17.2 g) pear-shaped diamond, which is considered the pride of the Imperial Treasury exhibitions at the Topkapi Palace Museum (Istanbul) and its most valuable single exhibit. Considered the fourth largest diamond of its kind in the world. Set in silver, surrounded by a double row of 49 Old-mine cut diamonds (brilliants). The jewel is generally dated form the late 18th century.

The pride of the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, and its most valuable single exhibit is the pear-shaped Spoonmaker Diamond, also known as the Kasikci. Surrounded by a double-row of 49 Old Mine cut diamonds. Just absolutely stunning!

ホープ・ダイヤモンド Hope Diamond 45.52carat (9.10 g)。 色はサファイアを思わせる濃いブルー。 呪いの宝石として有名。 スミソニアン国立自然史博物館所蔵。

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ホープ・ダイヤモンド Hope Diamond 45.52carat (9.10 g)。 色はサファイアを思わせる濃いブルー。 呪いの宝石として有名。 スミソニアン国立自然史博物館所蔵。

The Graff Pink ~ Natural Fancy Vivid Internally flawless

True gleam

Jewelry Diamond : Rock Solid Laurence Graff broke the record for a single diamond purchase in 2010

A yellow sapphire and diamond ring The oval mixed-cut yellow sapphire, flanked by triangular-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and 18k gold, yellow sapphire approximately 20.55 carats, diamonds approximately 2.55 carats total,

A yellow sapphire and diamond ring The oval mixed-cut yellow sapphire, flanked by triangular-cut diamonds, mounted in platinum and gold, yellow sapphire approximately carats, diamonds approximately carats total.

Fancy Dark Yellow-Brown Diamond, Diamond and Platinum Ring

A pear-shaped Fancy Dark Yellow-Brown diamond weighing approximately carats, within an openwork platinum mounting accented with 186 small round diamonds weighing approximately

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