|Graff Diamonds unveiled its latest statement gem, the “Graff Vendôme,” a 105.07-carat D flawless pear shaped diamond. The diamond is the largest cut and polished diamond of its kind in Graff’s history.|
|Only five, 100 carat plus flawless diamonds have been sold at auction.|
The 101.84 carat Mouawad Splendour is a modified pear-shaped diamond. It sold at Sotheby’s in Geneva in 1990 for $12.7m. The internally flawless diamond gem is unusual because it has an 11-sided girdle.
The Star of the Season - $16.4m. The pear-shaped stone is 100.10-carats, D-color, internally flawless. It sold at Sotheby`s in Geneva in 1995.
|The Ultimate Cut - $22.1m. The only classic emerald-cut white 100+ carat diamond of the highest color and clarity ever sold at auction.|
The rough stone weighed over 200 carats and was mined by De Beers in southern Africa.
|On 15 May 2013 Christie’s auctioned the "Winston Legacy" in Geneva for $ 26.7m.|
A pear-shaped perfect diamond weighing 101.73 carats, a D colour, Type IIA Flawless gem.
The rough stone weighed 236 carats when it was extracted from the Jwaneng mine (DeBeers) in Botswana. It required 21 months to polish.
|The Magnificent Oval Diamond - $30.8m. The 118.28-carat, D-colour, flawless, type IIa oval diamond was sold in 2013.|