Friday, 30 March 2018

Reptile High Jewels

Lydia CourteilleRoberto Coin

Bvlgari Serpenti secret watch

Cartier

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Famous Diamonds Examined by the GIA

The Hope Diamond may be the most famous coloured diamond in the world. GIA graded the cushion antique brilliant of 45.52 carats as Fancy dark grayish blue.

GIA described the 41 carat Dresden Green as Fancy green, with a modified pear-shaped brilliant cut. The green has medium tone and slightly grayish saturation.
The Portuguese Diamond weighs 127.01 carats and is colour graded M with a VS1 clarity. The Portuguese has a strong blue fluorescence.

The Idol’s Eye weighs 70.20 carats. Its colour grade is Very Light blue and its clarity is VVS1.
The Moussaieff Red weighs 5.11 carats and is the largest pure red diamond known to exist. It was cut and polished from a 13.9 carat rough.

The 30.62 carat Fancy Deep blue Blue Heart Diamond.
The two stone Bvgari Blue made $ 15.76m at auction. It features a 10.95 carat VS2 Fancy Vivid blue diamond, and an 8.87 carat G colour VS1 diamond.

The Pumpkin Diamond is Fancy Vivid orange and 5.54 carats.
The 59.60 carat Flawless Fancy Vivid pink Pink Star was formerly known as the Steinmetz Pink.

The 101.29 carat cushion cut Allnatt is graded Fancy Vivid yellow.

Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Vivid Dreams, The Extraordinary Colors of Tiffany

Tiffany & Co. will showcase its high jewellery collection — Vivid Dreams, The Extraordinary Colors of Tiffany in April. The collection makes its debut outside of the US.

Monday, 26 March 2018

House of Garrard

Garrard has an unrivaled heritage. First commissioned in 1735 by Fredrick, Prince of Wales, and appointed Crown Jeweller by Queen Victoria in 1843, Garrard has served each subsequent British monarch, as well as many royal families around the world.

Garrard has created many of the world's most beautiful jewels.


Sunday, 25 March 2018

Christie’s to offer 8.42-carat, fancy intense pink diamond

Christie’s New York spring sale will feature an 8.42-carat, fancy intense pink diamond ring, estimated at between $4m and $6m. The cut-cornered rectangular modified brilliant-cut, VVS1-clarity stone has the potential to be recut to IF. Other lots include an oval-cut, 22.76-carat, D-color, type IIa, VVS1 “thread” ring, designed by JAR, estimated at $2.5m to $3.5m.
Aquamarine and diamond ring by Cartier