The Harrods Diamond is a 228.31 carat pear-shape stone graded G colour with VS1 clarity - a rare specimen and one of the largest diamonds of our times. A quality diamond of over 100 carats is impressive; over 200 carats puts the stone into another league.|
It appears that the stone has been cut recently, suggesting that the diamond that emerged from Harrods was a rough. The size of the rough and its provenance is anyone’s guess. The largest white to recently come to auction is an 118 carat D colour Flawless diamond that broke records in Hong Kong in 2013 when it sold for $30.6 million.