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Famous Diamonds Chart (A Searchable Collection of Famous Diamond in the World)

This is a searchable collection of  famous diamonds in the world. Famous diamonds  have been talked about or written about in various stories and official documents, they are part of our world's history and have been found in various parts of the world by all types of people. The chart is  resource for your diamond buying and collecting.
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Allnatt DiamondAllnatt Diamond
A 101.29-carat (20.26 g) antique cushion-shaped brilliant fancy vivid yellow diamond.
Color: yellow
Cut Weight(carat): 101.29
Cut: Cushion
Country of origin: probably South Africa
Date discovered: unknown (pre-1950s)

Archduke Joseph DiamondArchduke Joseph Diamond
Antique cushion-shaped brilliant, originally weighing 78.54 carats (15.71 g), purchased by Molina Jewelers of Arizona sometime in the late-1990s and slightly re-cut to 76.45 carats (15.29 g) to improve clarity and symmetry. D color, Internally Flawless.
Color: colorless
Rough Weight(carat): 78.54
Cut Weight(carat): 76.45
Cut: Cushion
Country of origin: probably India

Empress Eugenie DiamondEmpress Eugenie Diamond
52-carat (10 g) antique pear-shaped brilliant with an odd, random facet pattern
Cut Weight(carat): 52
Cut: Pear
Country of origin: Brazil
Date discovered: early 18th Century

Incomparable DiamondIncomparable Diamond
a brownish-yellow diamond of 407.48 carats (81.496 g) cut from an 890 carat (178 g) rough diamond of the same name - it appeared on eBay in 2002. Internally Flawless clarity. Several other smaller diamonds were also cut from the crystal.
Color: brownish-yellow
Rough Weight(carat): 890
Cut Weight(carat): 407.48
Cut: Shield-Shaped Step Cut
Country of origin: Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire)
Date discovered: 1984

Millennium StarMillennium Star
at 203.04 carats (40.61 g) is the second-largest colorless (grade D), flawless diamond.
Color: colorless
Rough Weight(carat): 777
Cut Weight(carat): 203.04
Cut: Pear Brilliant
Country of origin: Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire)
Date discovered: 1990

Moussaieff Red DiamondMoussaieff Red Diamond
the second largest known Red diamond, at 5.11 carats (1.02 g).
Color: red
Rough Weight(carat): 13
Cut Weight(carat): 5.11
Cut: Triangular Brilliant
Country of origin: Brazil
Date discovered: mid-1990s

Portuguese DiamondPortuguese Diamond
127-carat (25 g) antique emerald cut with a pale yellow body color and very strong blue fluorescence. Part of the Smithsonian's collection.
Color: pale yellow
Cut Weight(carat): 127.01
Cut: Antique emerald,octagonal-cut
Country of origin: probably Brazil
Date discovered: 18th century

Star of the EastStar of the East
a 95-carat (19 g), pear-shaped, D-color stone, of unknown clarity grade.once owned by Evalyn Walsh McLean of Washington DC, who also owned the Hope Diamond.The diamond is a 94.80-carat
Color: colorless
Cut Weight(carat): 95
Cut: Pear
Country of origin: probably South African

Star of the SouthStar of the South
The 128.48-carat Star of the South is one of the world's most famous diamonds. Discovered in 1853, it became the first Brazilian diamond to receive international acclaim. The stone was graded as VS-2 in clarity and Fancy Light Pinkish-Brown in color. It was also determined to be a type Iia diamond.
Color: pinkish-brown
Cut Weight(carat): 128.48
Cut: Cushion
Country of origin: Brazil
Date discovered: 1853

TereschenkoTereschenko
The fancy blue pear-shaped diamond weighing 42.92(8.4 g) metric carats, the fourth largest recorded blue diamond
Color: blue
Cut Weight(carat): 42
Cut: Pear
Country of origin: probably India

Vargas diamondVargas diamond
The Vargas Diamond, discovered in Brazil on August 13, 1938 by Joaquim Venancio Tiago and Manoel Miguel Domingues, was 726.6 carats (145.3 g) when pulled out of the ground. Twenty nine smaller diamonds were carved from the larger rough Vargas Diamond including the 48.26-carat (9.65 g) emerald cut diamond named "President Vargas".
Color: blue-white
Rough Weight(carat): 726.6
Cut: Rough Diamond
Country of origin: Brazil
Date discovered: 1938

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