Very rare Fancy Red Diamond Argyle Allegro Prima; Rio Tinto annual Tender 2015 more on theblogjewelrydecarolinebigeard.com

Very rare Fancy Red Diamond Argyle Allegro Prima; Rio Tinto annual Tender 2015 more on theblogjewelrydecarolinebigeard.com

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The circular-cut fancy reddish orange diamond, weighing approximately 3.15 carats With report 2145320178 dated 8 February 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy reddish orange, natural color, SI2 clarity, with excellent polish and excellent symmetry

The circular-cut fancy reddish orange diamond, weighing approximately 3.15 carats With report 2145320178 dated 8 February 2012 from the Gemological Institute of America stating that the diamond is fancy reddish orange, natural color, SI2 clarity, with excellent polish and excellent symmetry

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The DeYoung Red Diamond is one of the largest known natural fancy dark red diamonds.  It is a modified round brilliant cut diamond that has a clarity grade of VS-2 and weighs 5.03 carats. The diamond was acquired by S. Sydney DeYoung, a Boston jeweler, as part of a collection of estate jewelry in which it was wrongly identified as a garnet.  It was gifted to the National Gem Collection by Mr. DeYoung in 1987.

The DeYoung Red Diamond is one of the largest known natural fancy dark red diamonds. It is a modified round brilliant cut diamond that has a clarity grade of VS-2 and weighs 5.03 carats. The diamond was acquired by S. Sydney DeYoung, a Boston jeweler, as part of a collection of estate jewelry in which it was wrongly identified as a garnet. It was gifted to the National Gem Collection by Mr. DeYoung in 1987.

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The world's rarest gem is believed to be painite, a gem that most have never even heard of. Rarity does not equate to beauty in gems, however. The painite is an orangish or reddish brown, with the brown tint coming from iron in the crystal. It was first discovered in Burma in the 1950s and was widely considered to be the rarest of all gems, with only two faceted crystals in existence.

The world's rarest gem is believed to be painite, a gem that most have never even heard of. Rarity does not equate to beauty in gems, however. The painite is an orangish or reddish brown, with the brown tint coming from iron in the crystal. It was first discovered in Burma in the 1950s and was widely considered to be the rarest of all gems, with only two faceted crystals in existence.

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Only 1 percent of the world’s total diamond is colored, which makes these gems a rarity and their value priceless. Among all the colors of diamond found on earth red is probably the rarest and therefore most sought after. There is a collection of only thirty-five exquisite pieces of red diamonds across the world. Found by a farmer from Brazil, the Moussaieff Red diamond weighs 5.11 carats and is the largest red rock in the world.

Only 1 percent of the world’s total diamond is colored, which makes these gems a rarity and their value priceless. Among all the colors of diamond found on earth red is probably the rarest and therefore most sought after. There is a collection of only thirty-five exquisite pieces of red diamonds across the world. Found by a farmer from Brazil, the Moussaieff Red diamond weighs 5.11 carats and is the largest red rock in the world.

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A former record breaker in the color diamond world, The Hancock Red is a 0.95-carat Fancy Purplish-Red stone.   The diamond was originally purchased at auction in 1956 by Warren Hancock for $13,500.   When it was put up for auction again in 1987, it sold for $926,000/carat.   The previous per carat record for a diamond was $127,000/carat!

A former record breaker in the color diamond world, The Hancock Red is a 0.95-carat Fancy Purplish-Red stone. The diamond was originally purchased at auction in 1956 by Warren Hancock for $13,500. When it was put up for auction again in 1987, it sold for $926,000/carat. The previous per carat record for a diamond was $127,000/carat!

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The Argyle Cardinal, from the Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender 2014, is a 1.21ct radiant cut Fancy Red diamond, named after the Northern Cardinal, a rare North American bird known for its deep red plumage and sweet voice.

The Argyle Cardinal, from the Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender 2014, is a 1.21ct radiant cut Fancy Red diamond, named after the Northern Cardinal, a rare North American bird known for its deep red plumage and sweet voice.

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