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Allnatt Fancy Color Diamond Allnatt – This 101.29-carat cushion cut, its color having been certified by the GIA as Fancy Vivid Yellow, VS2 clarity. The Allnatt commanded the fourth highest auction record price for a single yellow diamond. It was auctioned by Christies in May of 1996. On that occasion it fetched the phenomenal sum of $3,043,496.
Dresden Green Fancy Color Diamond Dresden Green - The Gemological Institute of America examined the stone in 1988. The Dresden Green Diamond was proved to be not only of extraordinary quality, but also a rare type IIa diamond. The clarity grade determined by GIA was VS1 and the gem has the potential of being internally flawless. The gem measures 29.75 × 19.88 × 10.29mm. Also, the Dresden Green has a natural green body color. This is extremely rare. Diamonds with green skins or scattered green patches are more common.
Heart of Eternity Fancy Color Diamond Heart of Eternity – 27.64 carat Fancy Vivid Blue VS2 Heart Shape certified by the GIA. It is a spectacular color of blue. The rarity of such stones becomes clear when one considers that the Premier mine’s recovery of blue diamonds makes up less than 0.1% of its overall diamond output!
Hope Diamond Hope Diamond – 45.52 carat Fancy Deep Grayish-Blue. Legend has it the diamond, formerly known as the Tavernier Blue, came from the eye of an idol in a temple on the Coleroon River in India. If that is so, one can only conjecture that the eye must have had a mate, but the fate of "the other eye" has never come to light. The legends of the ill-fortune following the possessor of the Hope Diamond are many.
Millennium Star Fancy Color Diamond Millennium Star - the De Beers Millennium Star, a D-color, internally and externally flawless pear-shape, cut to perfect proportions, weighing a hefty 203.04 carats. It is the second largest faceted D-Flawless diamond in the world, the 273.15 carat Centenary Diamond is the first.
Moussaieff Red Fancy Color Diamond Moussaieff Red - At 5.51 carats, this triangular shaped diamond, formerly known as the Red Shield, is the largest Fancy red diamond ever graded by GIA’s internationally respected team of gemologists. Diamonds described by experienced gemologists as red are some of the rarest known.
Ocean Dream Fancy Color Diamond Ocean Dream - By virtue of its color alone, the Ocean Dream is one of the very rarest diamonds known to man. The incredible color of this 5.51 carat diamond is so rare that many gemologists would presume that it was artificially colored. However, following, thorough scientific evaluation, GIA has concluded that the Ocean Dream’s breathtaking Fancy Deep Blue-Green color results from exposure to natural radiation over millions of years in the Earth.
Pumpkin Fancy Color Diamond Pumpkin Diamond - The Pumpkin Diamond was so named when it was acquired at auction by the House of Winston on the day before Halloween. Typically, diamonds in the orange color range are darker and less intense. However, the lightness and intensity of the breathtaking cushion cut Pumpkin Diamond make the stone utterly unique. In fact, the Pumpkin is one of the largest Fancy Vivid Orange natural color diamonds in the world.
Steinmetz Fancy Color Diamond Steinmetz Pink - The Steinmetz Pink is the largest Fancy Vivid Pink diamond known in the world. Pink diamonds are extremely rare and usually found in much smaller sizes. The Steinmetz Pink weighs 59.60 carats. It has been assessed as Internally Flawless, an extremely rare and coveted clarity grade for pinks.
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