|Purple is the colour of royalty, of courage and honor. For hundreds of years, it was the colour of kings, as only royalty could wear purple. Purple heart medals are given to soldiers killed or wounded in action, as a recognition of their bravery and sacrifice. |
Pure purple diamonds are virtually impossible to find. Most purple diamonds are lightly shaded with hints of pink, red, blue, gray or even brown, tinting the diamond slightly. Purple diamonds are most commonly found in Australian mines.
|The Royal Purple Heart Diamond is the largest Fancy Vivid Purple diamond known to exist. The stone, believed to have originated in Russia, weighs 7.34 carats, has a clarity of I-1, and was cut by the Julius Klein Diamond Corporation. The diamond's current owners are unknown.|
Despite its name, the Supreme Purple Heart is a round brilliant cut. Its precise color grade is not known, nor is its clarity. Even its weight is uncertain. The Supreme Purple Heart's origins have not been confirmed. The diamond's color changes – when viewed from one angle, it appears deep purple, and from another angle looks deep red.
|A fancy intense pinkish purple VS2 diamond debuted in 2014. The 3.37-carat gem, named the “Purple Orchid,” has an asking price of $4 million, or nearly $1.2 million per carat.
Leibish & Co. purchased the South African diamond as a rough of more than 4 carats and spent four months cutting and polishing the gem.|
10.09 carat modified cushion cut fancy vivid purple-pink diamond, SI1 clarity. $ 12- $15m
6.89 carat fancy vivid purple pink diamond sold for $6,914,500.
8.41 carat flawless purple pink diamond sold for $17.77 million in 2014.
A 12.95-ct. IF, fancy purple-pink radiant cut diamond engagement ring.