Monday, 24 July 2017

Blue #1, Pink in second place as hottest colors in Diamonds

Apollo and Artemis were sold May 17th for a new record price of $57.4 million. The “Apollo Blue” fancy vivid blue diamond of 14.54 carats made $ 42.1m, and the “Artemis Pink” fancy intense pink diamond, at 16 carats, $15.3 million.

Rectangular-cut fancy vivid blue diamond, weighing approximately 3.98 carats, within a cushion and triangular-shaped pink diamond surround by Moussaeiff $8.88 million.

Pear-shaped, 7.32-carat, fancy vivid blue, IF diamond $17,112,629
Sky Blue Diamond, a square-cut, 8.01-carat, fancy vivid blue, VVS1 Cartier ring, $17.1 million, or $2.1 million per carat in late 2016.

The Oppenheimer Blue. 14.62-carat emerald cut Fancy Vivid blue diamond dubbed the “gem of gems’ $57,541,779 or $3.9m per carat. 

“The Blue Moon of Josephine,” fancy vivid blue diamond weighing 12.03 carats, IF, sold for $48,468,158, or $4,028,941 per carat

The 10.10-carat De Beers Millennium Jewel 4 sold for $32 million or $ 3.1m per carat in April of 2016. 

The 24.18-carat “Cullinan Dream,” brought $ 25m at Christie’s on June 9. $ 1.03m per carat.

The Zoe Diamond – $32,645,000 ($3,348,205 per carat) in 2015

'Winston Blue' 13.22 carat pear-shaped Fancy Vivid blue flawless diamond sold at Christie's Geneva on May 14, 2014 for $ 24m

A step-cut, 17.07-carat, fancy intense pink, VVS1-clarity diamond ring, sold for $20.8 million, or $1.2 million per carat.

Graff. A 4.33 carat lozenge shape Fancy Pink diamond ring with pavé diamonds

The ‘Unique Pink’ became the most expensive Fancy Vivid Pink diamond ever to sell at auction in May 2016. Sotheby’s in Geneva sold the pear-shaped 15.38-carat Fancy Vivid Pink diamond for $31.6 million.