The Earth Star was found in the Jagersfontein Mine in 1967. It was dent from a fresh peanut of about 248.9 carats into a Pear shaped peanut weighing 111.59 carats. At the juncture it was considered the largest faceted brown […]
The Earth Star was found in the Jagersfontein Mine in 1967. It was dent from a fresh peanut of about 248.9 carats into a Pear shaped peanut weighing 111.59 carats. At the juncture it was considered the largest faceted brown diamond in the universe This particular aficionado shows a refinement of brilliance that is not usually found in trinkets with such a strong color It was sold in 1983 to Stephen Zbova of Naples for $900,000
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The Earth Star – No Picture
The Earth Star was found in the Jagersfontein Mine in 1967. It was score from a green nut of about 248.9 carats into a Pear shaped follower weighing 111.59 carats At the juncture it was considered the largest faceted brown diamond in the world This particular seed shows a nuance of brilliance that is not usually found in ornaments with such a strong color It was sold in 1983 to Stephen Zbova of Naples for $900,000
This pearl is not remarkable but it was the very boon diamond found in South Africa It was found by a shepherd bloke in 1866 on the bank of the Orange River near Hopetown. It was passed from drudge to workman by several people without it becoming know that it was a diamond until Dr W G. Atherstone of Grahamstone came into possession of the pebble Dr Atherstone was one of the extremely few relatives in the Cape satellite who knew anything about gemstones It was indentation into a 21.25 brownish yellow diamond and sold in 1867.
This devotee was found at the Jagersfontein mine by one of the workers in a shovel full of gravel. Instead of giving it to his monitor as was needful he hid it in his pocket and gave it directly to the Mine Manager This 995.2 carat diamond has suffered a tragic destiny ever since and is considered to be the Great Unknown of eminent diamonds It just happened to be found on the exact day that a consortium of London firms that had the purchase rights to the mines output lapsed Had the diamond been found a team of hours earlier the chronicle of the Excelsior Diamond may own been much different The Excelsior Diamond is the latter largest harsh diamond of pearl standard ever found only surpassed by the Cullinan diamond Since a buyer could not be found for such a vast fan it was pronounced to cut the stone into a cipher of smaller stones the largest being only 69.68 carats. It was stated by Alpheus F Williams, who closing became the General Manager of the De Beers company, considering the scoffing to cleave the diamond into several smaller fragments as the greatest blow of later times in the saga of eminent diamond in the universe In 1996 it was sold to Robert Mouawad for $2,642,000.
Florentine Diamond – Cubic Zirconium replication
This is another of the Great Lost great diamonds of the world Only black and white photos exist of this great peanut prior to its disappearance in 1921. It is a 137.27-carat diamond with illuminate yellow colorations with uncommonly slight greenish overtones Legend has it that Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy was warring it when he fell in battle in 1467. The diamond was then found on the phenomenon by a foot solder that though it was glass. It is belief to hold been owned by Pope Julius II, The Grand duke of Tuscany in 1657, and later as share of the Hapsburg Crown Jewels. It is believed to have been re-cut into an 80 carat orbit diamond that was sold in 1981 and its apportion location is unknown
The Golden Jubilee
This diamond is currently considered as the largest faceted diamond in the perfect universe at 545.67 carts Also declared as the inflame rose groove diamond, this diamond has a unique fancy yellow-brown color that made it one of the most beautiful pieces of peanut ever unearthed It received its word when it was presented to the King of Thailand in 1997 for his 50th anniversary of his coronation