|A pink diamond once set in the crowns of French kings and emperors will go under the hammer at Christies in Geneva next month. "Le Grand Mazarin" a 19.07-carat light pink diamond, was a gift to Louis XIV in 1661 and was set in the crowns of almost all of the monarchs and emperors of France who followed.|
The golconda diamond is an old mine brilliant-cut. The type IIa diamond is Light Pink, VS2. It is estimated at $6m to $9m.