Accounting for less than 1% of global diamond production annually, pink diamonds are exceedingly rare — Sotheby’s sales of the Pink Star in 2017 and the Graff Pink in 2010 hold the records for the two most expensive diamonds ever sold at auction. This lot offers a rare opportunity to own five unique and precious gems. Comprised of a mix of timeless cuts including cushion, oval and radiant, these diamonds feature a remarkable, naturally-occurring blush color with notes of violet. Combine the mixed cuts in one eye-catching ring or complement them with white diamonds to create a striking bracelet.
The finished jewels pictured here were selected from Sotheby’s archives to provide inspiration for designing your own bespoke jewel using the loose stones offered in this lot. Please note that these are just examples of the many design possibilities and are not available for purchase.
Accompanied by five GIA reports:
No. 2175675672 stating that the diamond weighing 0.35 carat is Fancy Purplish Pink, Natural Color, SI2 clarity.
No. 2171601426 stating that the diamond weighing 0.32 carat is Fancy Purplish Pink, Natural Color.
No. 2195273897 stating that the diamond weighing 0.32 carat is Fancy Pink, Natural Color, SI2 clarity.
No. 1192200156 stating that the diamond weighing 0.30 carat is Fancy Purplish Pink, Natural Color, I1 clarity.
No. 1192200001 stating that the diamond weighing 0.28 carat is Fancy Purplish Pink, Natural Color, SI2 clarity.
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